biodiversity

Bird-brained theorists

Study: There Are Twice as Many Bird Species as Previously Estimated The issue of biodiversity in all vertebrates was linked from ecological variation to nutrient energy-dependent ecological adaptation by natural selection for codon optimality and differences in morphology paired with differences in behavior in the context of the physiology of reproduction and biophysically constrained cell type differentiation. See: Estrogen receptor α polymorphism in a species with alternative behavioral phenotypes …our results illustrate a detailed chain of events linking a chromosomal…

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Autophagy is the antiphage defense strategy

The “Antiphage Defense Strategy” in Vibrio anguillarum is called autophagy by many serious scientists. It links nutrient energy-dependent pheromone-controlled quorum sensing to viral latency, healthy longevity, symbiosis, reproduction, and biodiversity from microbial species to humans. For an evolutionary approach to energy-dependent autophagy that fails to address any aspect of how virus-driven energy theft causes all pathology see: (12/7/16) Part I: Living together: The symbiosis of host-microbial interactions (12/7/16) See also: 12/7/16 ….McFall-Ngai tells the story of a symbiosis between the…

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Energy-dependent de novo creation and neurogenesis

See also: Tasting light links energy from creation to adaptation Developmentally defined forebrain circuits regulate appetitive and aversive olfactory learning reported as: When neurons are ‘born’ impacts olfactory behavior in mice My summary: The de novo creation of different cell types is placed into the context of their energy-dependent birth and the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of molecular mechanisms that link virus-driven energy theft to all pathology via olfaction, food odors, and human pheromones. See for comparison: Metabolism and neurogenesis …it…

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Theories vs facts about polycombic adaptation

See: Demoncrats fight polycombic ecological adaptation Exosomes as miRNA Carriers: Formation–Function–Future Important aspects will be highlighted as a take-home message (THM) at the end of each paragraph. THM: Extracellular vesicles transport miRNA in a paracrine and endocrine manner. Questions regarding the cellular options of producing either microvesicles or exosomes and their difference in miRNA composition and number are still unknown. In my 2014 invited review, the four F’s, Formation–Function–Future and Copulation were included in details about how the nutrient energy-dependent…

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Tasting light links energy from creation to adaptation

The C. elegans Taste Receptor Homolog LITE-1 Is a Photoreceptor “In Brief: A taste receptor homolog absorbs UV light and mediates avoidance behavior in C. elegans in response to light exposure.” Excerpt: Light sensation is critical for all phyla of life, ranging from bacteria to humans (Wang and Montell, 2007; Yau and Hardie, 2009). Organisms have evolved various types of photoreceptor proteins… Photoreceptors are G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). No experimental evidence of biologically-based cause and effect links the evolution of any…

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Metabolic Phenotyping Research

Global Consortium to Conduct Metabolic Phenotyping Research Consortium members in six countries will use chromatography, mass spectrometry, and other technologies to conduct metabolic phenotyping research that examines the dynamic interactions between genes, environments, microbiomes, diets, and lifestyles, and their collective impact on disease. My Predictions. 1. They will link energy as information to healthy longevity. 2. They will report their findings as if they discovered new molecular mechanisms. 3. The mechanisms will link the anti-entropic virucidal energy of ultraviolet light…

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Building delicious base pairs in class. It’s elementary Watson and Crick

 Candy DNA https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-72XtdR9SrgE/WC6D1cZx_TI/AAAAAAAAecg/bIVDL6mH4jE_HEJ8kxg16mzQj97tH5mkQCLcB/w400-h247-p/candy-chromosomes-Clinical-Laboratory-Blogspot-com.jpg Building delicious A- T and G – C pairs This might be the best way to show students that base pair changes are nutrient energy-dependent and biophysically constrained by autophagy in the context of the physiology of reproduction, which links them to chromosomes as the units of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance. For example, the educator could start by telling them that if the base pair changes were not biophysically constrained by the chemistry of RNA-mediated protein folding, the…

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Energy-dependent maternal-to-zygotic transition

Small Non-coding RNAs Associated with Viral Infectious Diseases of Veterinary Importance: Potential Clinical Applications ON 11/14/16 The co-author Mohamed Samir wrote:  Because our article is among the top 25% most viewed and downloaded articles in the third quarter of 2016 in “Frontiers in Veterinary Science”, The editor of the journal has invited me to host and moderate a new research topic in his journal about miRNAs in veterinary filed. Thanks God. The topic is virtually guaranteed to bring out the…

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Epigenetically effected energy-dependent fluorescence (2)

We are just trying to understand your hypothesis. Peter Berean has wasted more of my time that nearly anyone else I have encountered, and he still claims my model is a hypothesis. On October 14, 2016 I asked: How can you or anyone else tell the difference between a secular humanist and an old earth creationist? For example, I can compare both sects to young earth creationists who have linked everything known about nutritional epigenetics to healthy longevity and everything…

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Epigenetically effected energy-dependent fluorescence

See also: Energy-dependent natural florescence and bioluminescence Membrane vesicles in sea water: heterogeneous DNA content and implications for viral abundance estimates Published online November 8, 2016, which was day two of a conference held in an attempt to revise neo-Darwinian pseudoscientific nonsense, and also the second day that this block site was disabled. Abstract excerpt: “…DNA is packaged heterogeneously within vesicle populations, and it appears that vesicles are likely to be a minor component of SYBR-visible particles in natural sea…

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