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Late emerging epigenetic effects

The effects of perinatal testosterone exposure on the DNA methylome of the mouse brain are late-emerging Excerpt:  “…the emergence of sex differences in the brain…

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Nutrition, pheromones and cancer: Relay for life (2014)

With other motorcycle enthusiasts from Fannin Regional Hospital and from Riverstone Medical Campus, I helped to organize a “Rumble for Relay” charity motorcycle ride in…

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Limitations of Human Senses

Limitations of Human Senses & Memory – 7 Commonly Held Illusions Excerpt: “Occasionally, all of us are victims of our misperceptions, commonly held pseudo-facts, and…

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ISHE: Two New Trustees

The election for two International Society for Human Ethology (ISHE) Trustee positions ended with a welcome to newly elected trustees: Jan Havlicek and Nancy Segal More on…

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Learn about pheromones from scent of eros creator James Kohl

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Yeasts: 20th and 21st Century Views

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Integration of postnatal visual input

Birth gets the brain ready to sense the world News Article Excerpt: “…the birth of mouse pups leads to a drop in serotonin levels in…

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Enemies of science

The moderator of the ISHE’s human ethology yahoo group is a staunch proponent of random mutations theory. This follow-up on my 7/27/13 blog post Are…

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Epigenetics and systems biology

“Epigenetics has changed the whole story. A particular piece of RNA in two cells might be doing opposite things in each. That’s very hard to…

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Epistasis among adaptive mutations? Is there a model for that?

Epistasis among adaptive mutations? Is there a model for that? A Face Book friend (B.C.) wrote: “One of my pet peeves about science writing is…

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