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ecological social neurogenic niche

Posted on June 1, 2012 by James Kohl.

On June 1, 2012 a Google search on the words ecological social neurogenic and niche returned these 10 responses on the first page. There were more results on subsequent pages that establish where the idea came from to integrate the ecological, social, and neurogenic niches into the concept of evolved human brain development and evolved behaviors.

The evolution of the human brain starts with the conceptualization of how nutrient chemicals and pheromones epigenetically effect the intracellular signaling and stochastic gene expression that is required for the adaptive evolution, which is exemplified in the apparent design of biology across species from microbes to man. As readers learn more about adaptive evolution, I hope they will return to Pheromones.com to learn what additional progress is being made in detailing how olfaction and odor receptors provide a clear evolutionary trail that can be followed from unicellular organisms to insects to humans.

As marketers continue to plagiarize my work and to bastardize the concept of human pheromones, their violations of ethics and copyright law will become ever more clear.

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1.                              Pheromones.com | Scent of Eros | James V. Kohl

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For example, the construction of ecological and social niches results in epigenetic effects of food odors and pheromones on the hypothalamic neurogenic niche

2.                              Human pheromones and the visual appeal of other people (Part …

pheromones.com/human-pheromones-and-the-visual-appeal-of-other…

Ecological and social niches cause the evolution of neurogenic niches. 3) Neurogenic niches are responsible for the evolution of the brain. Our evolved brain is

3.                              Smelling the difference between young and old | Pheromones.com …

pheromones.com/smelling-the-difference-between-young-and-old

For example, the construction of ecological and social niches results in epigenetic effects of food odors and pheromones on the hypothalamic neurogenic niche

4.                              psychiatry-research : Message: Re: [psychiatry-research] News …

tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/psychiatry-research/message/31420

21 posts – 4 authors – May 25

I could probably exclude them and still model the biological design of ecological, social, and neurogenic niche construction and/or contraction.

5.                              Reproductive isolation driving evolution of species

phys.org/news/2012-05-reproductive-isolation-evolution-species.html

May 16, 2012 – The honeybee is the invertebrate model for ecological, social, and neurogenic niche construction that extends well to vertebrates and mammals

6.                              Brains’ Social Network Formula Dates Back Hundreds of Millions of …

blogs.scientificamerican.com/…/brains-social-network-formula-dates-…

1 day ago – But a new neural analysis suggests that our social networking tendencies most of nutrient chemical molecules in ecological niche construction. In mammals, the hypothalamic neurogenic niche (probably located in the

7.                              Facebook

www.facebook.com/medicalxpress/posts/388748007844783

Nutrient chemicals -> ecological niche; pheromones -> social niche; food odors and social odors -> hypothalamic neurogenic niche, hypothalamic neurogenesis

8.                              than speculation; it’s a model for adaptive evolution in species …

www.plosone.org/annotation/listThread.action;jsessionid…?root…

May 3, 2012 – nutrient chemicals establish the ecological niches, which establish the social niches. In vertebrates the social niches are linked to neurogenic

9.                              This View of Life: Consilience Conference Celebrates Unity of …

www.thisviewoflife.com/…/consilience-science-and-the-humanities

May 5, 2012 – From insects to mammals the nutrient chemical and pheromone dependent social niche is what establishes the neurogenic niche required for

10.                          Learning and memory: The role of neo-neurons revealed

medicalxpress.com/…/2012-05-memory-role-neo-neurons-revealed.h…

May 22, 2012 – The idea that ecological niches and social niches are the determinants of neurogenic niches, like those that develop with exposure to food

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