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#SFN2019 to 2012: Hiding the facts (3)

Why Immune Cells Extrude Webs of DNA and Protein 10/1/19 Plant root cells release chromatin to defend against pathogens, and a recent study described NET-like…

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Chemogenetic kinetics (7): DHA vs consensus (3)

My tweets made nearly 78,000 impressions on 9/28/19. Moving forward, see: Natural selection shapes variation in genome-wide recombination rate in Drosophila pseudoobscura 9/30/19 … (1)…

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Codon-dependent mRNA stability (2)

Rick Berke wrote: Dear Readers: I’d like to bring your attention to what I think is one of the most important stories we have ever…

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Ecological adaptation vs neo-Darwinian nonsense (1)

Two publications on the day after ‘Darwin Day 2019’ suggest that neo-Darwinian theorists are horribly confused. Perhaps they are beyond help. It has been 160…

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Understanding evolution, adaptation, and phenotype

The differential transmission of genes depends on the availability of nutrients. The metabolism of nutrients to species-specific pheromones enables natural selection.

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A Dictionary of Animal Behavior, Ecology and Evolution (excerpt)

A single note accurately represents what is known about the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemical-dependent (i.e., glucose-regulated) survival, growth, and the advent of sexual reproduction in microbes like yeasts. It extends my model from microbes to man via the common molecular mechanisms

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More complicated than 1-2-3

Has anyone calculated the odds that two 1-2-3 stage dependent exaptation events would concurrently occur?

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