The eternal significance of microRNA biogenesis (2)

Quantum effects allow plants to turn sunlight into fuel via photosynthesis. The effects have been linked to human brain development.

See: A New Spin on the Quantum Brain (11/2/16)

The process starts in the cell with a chemical compound called pyrophosphate. It is made of two phosphates bonded together — each composed of a phosphorus atom surrounded by multiple oxygen atoms with zero spin. The interaction between the spins of the phosphates causes them to become entangled. They can pair up in four different ways: Three of the configurations add up to a total spin of one (a “triplet” state that is only weakly entangled), but the fourth possibility produces a zero spin, or “singlet” state of maximum entanglement, which is crucial for quantum computing.

This drove Matthew Fisher “…to move away from mainstream physics and toward the controversial and notoriously messy interface of biology, chemistry, neuroscience and quantum physics.”

It drives all intelligent serious scientists to integrate what is known and link quantum physics to classical physics and chemistry to biology without theoretical neuroscience. The serious scientists stick with the facts.

See: On the presence and functional significance of sympathetic premotor neurons with collateralised spinal axons in the rat

Reported on 5/15/19 as: Blood flow command centre discovered in the brain

They linked the light-activated creation of microRNAs to prevention of the virus driven degradation of messenger RNA in species from microbes to humans via the physiology of reproduction and measurement of fluorescence in the soil bacteria P. fluorescens.

My antagonists have tried to place everything known about microRNA-mediated cell type differentiation in plants and animals into the context of ecologically relevant “magic traits” that link the food energy-dependent pheromone-controlled biophysically constrained development of the blood flow command centre in the brain to Mother Nature during brain development.

The antagonists are like the theoretical neuroscientists who ignore the role of microRNAs in the milk exosomes of all mammals, which link the physiology of reproduction from the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of morphological and behavioral phenotypes of plants to all biodiversity via biophysically constrained viral latency.

Rather than consider the growth of tomatoes in the context of the need for only sunlight and water, theorists invent theories that have no explanatory power whatsoever.

See for comparison: Harvesting food using sunlight and seawater (video)

See also: Futuristic renewable-energy agribusiness Sundrop Farms sells to trans-Tasman investment firm (5/14/19)

“We’ve been looking for a long time to participate in the food and agriculture supply chain and Sundrop is a great example of that,” Mr Newfield said.

Light-activated microRNA biogenesis is linked from the availability of water and oxygen to the entirety of the food and agriculture supply chain in the context of the physiology of reproduction.

See: Tomato floral induction and flower development are orchestrated by the interplay between gibberellin and two unrelated microRNA-controlled modules

Our results reveal a cooperative regulation of tomato floral induction and flower development, integrating age cues (miR156 module) with GA responses and miR319-controlled pathways. Importantly, this study contributes to elucidate the mechanisms underlying the effects of GA in controlling flowering time in a day-neutral species.

Growth of Brugmansia (Angel Trumpets) in a glass of water allows a link from sunlight to the creation of roots (pictured above).  Angel Trumpets are poisonous and extinct in the wild.

See for comparison:  The Nature of Skincare

Unlike mammalian cells, individual plant cells have the genetic information required to grow and differentiate into whole plants. They also produce secondary metabolites that protect against various stressors, such as ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This has led to the hypothesis that the secondary metabolites and phytohormones produced by plants may have anti-aging and regenerative effects in human skin.

That is not just a hypothesis. A detailed model links light-activated microRNA biogenesis in plants from what animals eat to biophysically constrained viral latency via the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in species from microbes to humans.

See: Nutrient-dependent Pheromone-Controlled Ecological Adaptations: From Angstroms to Ecosystems 

What kind of biologically uninformed theorist puts everything known to serious scientists about cell type differentiation back into a theory about Mother Nature — as if She created sunlight, water and oxygen?

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