Category - Science (journal)

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Teaching Polar Bear Studies

This is the primary set of posts that responded to Richard Lensk's extended Darwin Devolves criticism on his weblog, Telliamed Revisited. Professor Lenski...

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Rare earth elements and intelligent design

Can we explain human know-how with the explosions and blind prospects of supernovae alone? Some do. But in uncommon earth elements we find clues for a better...

AcrB trimer archaea asexual reproduction cavity lipids central dogma DNA repair epigenetics eudaimonia eukaryotes Evolution genetics Intelligent Design Joachim Frank Junk DNA Latest lipid bilayer materialists Mauro Modesti microbes Nature (journal) Neo-Darwinism Paul Blum plants PNAS proteins pseudogenes ribonucleotides RNA Ruaidhri Jackson Science (journal) subfunctionalization University of Nebraska-Lincoln Virginia Commonwealth University Yale University

Genetic and Epigenetic – New Problems of Darwinism

New findings in genetic and epigenetic research cause new issues for evolution. The simplified model of Neo-Darwinism expects that each one fluctuations come...