Pheromones: from microbes to man

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: March 5, 2012 will sponsor this game because it appears to be a fun way for non-scientists and scientists alike to learn about the gene, cell, tissue, organ, organ system pathway that links sensory input to the development of behavior in species from microbes to man.  Biologically based cause and effect starts with the primacy of nutrient chemicals that are metabolized by bacteria to species specific pheromones, which are determinants of reproduction. Nutrition and pheromones are essential to individual survival and species survival in all species.  Could the next generation begin to better understand our species survival by playing “Bacillus”?

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