Monthly Archives: November 2014

Horizontal gene transfer (still going strong after all these years)

Horizontal gene transfer in this blog suggests that our very chromosomes were constructed by it. Is this a process that happened eons ago and is now relegated to the dustbin of history, occurring only within primitive life forms like bacteria? … Continue reading

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Olympus Bioscapes youtube video link

This video was sent to Bioscapes at their request for their 2014 presentations. It provides technical data on how the substructures shown in this blog were prepared. Additional information can be provided by contacting Dr. Abernathy at ResearchGate or by fabernathy@sbcglobal.net. http://youtu.be/q4QwUY4NJfsContinue reading

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