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One of the clearest examples of epigenetic effects

the honeybee model organism links the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemical-dependent pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution to genes, behavior, and back in species from microbes to man.

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Epigenetic effects underlie sexual preferences (duh, and food preferences)

Public release date: 11-Dec-2012 National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis ) Study finds epigenetics, not genetics, underlies homosexuality Excerpt: “…researchers from the Working Group…

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Epigenetic effects on chromatin and regulatation of gene expression (in Archaea?)

the bottom-up epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals on speciation that are concurrently controlled by the top-down epigenetic effects of pheromones on reproduction challenges those who might rather attempt to-explain away the conserved molecular biology of adaptive evolution via random mutations theory

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The genetics myth meets the great pheromone myth

I mention this only to note the likelihood that random mutations are not driving the disease processes — like Alzheimer’s and that proper nutrition and pheromone therapy offers hope to an aging population.

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Genetic Influences on Epigenetically Effected Disease

By the time you get to 4 or 5 million nutrient-chemical and pheromone-controlled DNA switches in the human genome

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Human Pheromones: Epigenetic Effects on Hormones and Their Affects on Behavior

A detailed model exemplifies the effects of olfactory/pheromonal conditioning, which alters genetically predisposed, nutrient chemical-dependent, hormone-driven mammalian behavior and choices for pheromones that control reproduction via their effects on luteinizing hormone.

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Creation vs Evolution: Expression of a newly found gene

Does anyone think that what’s reported here exemplifies an effect of a random mutation on ‘junk DNA’?

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Epistasis: Epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals and their metabolism to pheromones

epistasis is achieved via the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals, which are balanced by the epigenetic effects of their metabolism to pheromones that control reproduction in species from microbes to man.

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The logic of gene regulatory networks

As an alternative, we could continue to approach disorders of behavioral developmentas if nothing were known about epigenetic links between nature and nuture.

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Creating new genes (and controlling diversity)

The epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals on gene duplication and species diversity and the ability to metabolize nutrient chemicals is controlled by the metabolism of the nutrient chemicals to pheromones that epigenetically control reproduction in all species

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