diet

NIH’s ignorance: from roots to shoots (1)

A plant’s diet, surviving in a variable nutrient environment 3/3/20 links Algal ancestor of land plants was preadapted for symbiosis 10/5/15 from our NIH Director’s ridiculous claims about evolution across billions to millions of years to the fact that George M. Church has abandoned all hope for scientific progress that might otherwise have been achieved from follow-up on the Human Genome Project. See: Korean Genome Project: 1094 Korean personal genomes with clinical information 5/27/20 (with co-author George Church -Department of Genetics,…

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Ecological adaptation: a new definition of heredity (4)

Experimentally Induced Metamorphosis in Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) Under Constant Diet Restructures Microbiota Accompanied by Reduced Limb Regenerative Capacity (2018) Our results show that distinct bacterial communities inhabit individual organs of Axolotl and undergo substantial restructuring through metamorphosis. The restructuring during metamorphosis is biophysically constrained by feedback loops that link olfaction from food odors and pheromones to the creation of enzymes in bacteria and the secretion of the vertebrate decapeptide hormone GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone). See: Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist binding in…

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An evolutionary theory killer

Subatomic: From thermophiles to humans (3)

Summary: RNA-mediated cell type differentiation in species from insects to primates can be linked from claims about the lower percentage of food energy-dependent DNA methylation in Diet and cell size both affect queen-worker differentiation through DNA methylation in honey bees (Apis mellifera, Apidae) to the conclusion from “Cryo-electron tomography reveals that dynactin recruits a team of dyneins for processive motility.” See also: Starfish reveal the origins of brain messenger molecules (February 9, 2016) One of the neuropeptides found is similar…

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Energy-dependent base editing and correction of mutations (3)

Alzheimer’s is tractable from lactose intolerance to diverticulitis and/or colon cancer, which progresses to Alzheimer’s in some people. Others ecologically adapt via a change in diet or reduction of social stress. Conclusion: Theories are the cause of all pathology. Excerpts from Energy-dependent base editing and correction of mutations (2) with a primate-specific addendum See: From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior (1996) Small intranuclear proteins also participate in generating alternative splicing techniques of pre-mRNA and, by this mechanism, contribute to sexual…

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Food energy-dependent cell type differentiation (3)

Food energy-dependent cell type differentiation (2) Summary: Until The Scientist provides the rest of the story, see our section on molecular epigenetics in: From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior (1996) and this refutation of neo-Darwinian pseudoscientific nonsense Nutrient-dependent/pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution: a model Micronutrients, Macro Impact …the work was related to human research conducted later by British epidemiologist David Barker that culminated in his eponymous 1990 hypothesis proposing that pre- and postnatal undernutrition, low birth weight, or premature birth can contribute…

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The last RNA-mediated theory killer

Search Results for ‘theory killer‘ Opposing Effects of Fasting Metabolism on Tissue Tolerance in Bacterial and Viral Inflammation Excerpt: One limitation of this study (common to most animal studies) is that it was performed on a single mouse strain (C57BL/6J) in one mouse facility. My comment: Differences in the diet of species from microbes to humans have been linked from species-specific amino acid substitutions to all morphological and behavioral phenotypes via transgenerational epigenetic inheritance and the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction.…

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Co-evolution and co-speciation replace neo-Darwinian nonsense

Tree-rings reveal secret clocks that could reset key dates across the ancient world It is perhaps easy to forget that we have co-evolved on this planet with micro-organisms, including bacteria, which may be either beneficial or harmful to us. Similarly, viruses cannot copy themselves without help from our cells. Without us, they simply wouldn’t exist. Watch as science journalists change evolution to co-evolution and biodiversity is portrayed as co-speciation. Theorists who missed the paradigm shift continue their desperate attempts to…

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Energy-dependent RNA methylation (6)

After I published Nutrient-dependent/pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution: a model, Lynnette Ferguson and Justin O’Sullivan invited me to submit this review of nutritional epigenetics for inclusion in a special issue of the journal “Nutrients.” Nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations: from atoms to ecosystems (April 10, 2014) Abstract: This atoms to ecosystems model of ecological adaptations links nutrient-dependent epigenetic effects on base pairs and amino acid substitutions to pheromone-controlled changes in the microRNA / messenger RNA balance and chromosomal rearrangements. The nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled changes…

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Thermotolerance and longevity (2)

See also: Thermotolerance and Longevity This article is part of the Research Topic Brain nutrient sensing in the control of energy balance: new insights and perspectives Excerpt: It is well established that nutrients act as signaling molecules in synergy with nervous and hormonal signals to inform the brain about the nutritional status of the body. The integration of these signals within the hypothalamus and other brain regions triggers behavioral and physiological responses through efferent autonomic nerves, hypothalamic-pituitary-Adrenal and thyroid axis…

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Confusing effects and affects of visual input

Their report indicates that these researchers never learned to differentiate between epigenetic effects on RNA-mediated cell type differentiation compared to the experience-dependent affects on behavior of amino acid substitutions. Experience Affects Critical Period Plasticity in the Visual Cortex through an Epigenetic Regulation of Histone Post-Translational Modifications Excerpt: We show that the early exposure of rat pups to enriching environmental conditions accelerates the critical period for plasticity in the primary visual cortex, linking this effect to increased histone acetylation, specifically at…

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