DHEA

Ecological adaptations vs the randomness of evolution (3)

Summary: Fifty years later, only theorists and other pseudoscientists have failed to recognize the facts that link experimental evidence of differences in the energy of photons to the proton motive force, which links the potential of hydrogen (pH) to biophysically constrained viral latency and all biodiversity on Earth. In that context, Carl Zimmer serves as Ecological adaptations vs the randomness of evolution (3)

Pattern recognition and conserved receptors (TAARs)

Olfactory Receptor Patterning in a Higher Primate Excerpt: We found that TAARs are also expressed in the macaque OE, suggesting that these receptors may also function as chemosensory receptors in the human nose. My comment: The article links the senior author’s prior works from nutrient-dependent RNA-mediated events and the de novo Creation of odorant receptor Pattern recognition and conserved receptors (TAARs)

Adrenarche and odor preferences

Preferences for the pheromones of others do not suddenly appear with pubertal changes in hormones. They develop from birth, and some interesting changes in our preferences occur at the time we begin to produce pheromones.

Human Pheromones, DHEA and WHR

I have elsewhere attempted to partially detail the involvement of DHEA metabolism in the production of species-specific human pheromones, but these details remain speculative.