levels of biological organization

Epigenetic inheritance of spatiotemporal regulation (2)

See: Epigenetic inheritance of spatiotemporal regulation Summary: Food energy-dependent changes in base pairs have repeatedly been linked to spatiotemporal regulation of mRNA translation via the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction and microRNA-mediated amino acid substitutions that stabilize organized genomes. See:  Thalamic WNT3 Secretion Spatiotemporally Regulates the Neocortical Ribosome Signature and mRNA Translation to Specify Neocortical Cell Subtypes One SNP rs4713668 (P=4.62 × 10−4) identified in our study, was in LD (r2=0.65) with rs3227, which is one of the three variants recently…

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Abiogenesis vs microRNA biogenesis (3)

Reappraising the human mitochondrial DNA recombination dogma   My comment to BioRxiv (Hold on, this is waiting to be approved by BioRxiv) Thank you for helping to show what has been missing from neo-Darwinian theories and other claims that were based on de Vries 1902 definition of mutation. Theorists may now want to learn more about the energy-dependent molecular mechanisms of recombination. Most of them will not like the findings you have provided. The peer-review process is especially deadly to…

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The eternal significance of microRNAs (1)

Common Allele Linked to Sugar Consumption Leads to Lower Body Fat, Higher Blood Pressure One energy-dependent change in a base pair is linked from the FGF21 rs838133 variant to microRNA-mediated changes in morphology and behavior. The quantized energy as information link from microRNAs to morphology and behavior is common to my mouse-to-human model of sympatric speciation. By linking the common allele to sugar consumption, the authors attest to the fact that sympatric speciation is quantized energy-dependent. Energy as information biophysically constrains…

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NSF’s parrot and other parrots

Dependence of RNA synthesis in isolated thymus nuclei on glycolysis, oxidative carbohydrate catabolism and a type of “oxidative phosphorylation” (1964) “Isolated thymus nuclei transport amino acids into an intranuclear pool by a process which seems to depend on energy from nuclear ATP synthesis (20).” The energy must be biophysically constrained: Long-range coherence and energy storage in biological systems (1968) Human Pheromones: Linking Neuroendocrinology and Ethology (revisited) (2010) Slide # 6 attests to the fact that the levels of biological organization…

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