Editorial 46: Disclosure on the origin of the organs
To the questions: Where did we come from? Why are we here? and Where do we go after death? of which we wrote last April 15, 2013 in Editorial number 32, we may add two new questions: How did we get here? and Why are we the way we are?
On December 9, Team of “Blog Disclosure” finished publishing a series of 32 texts that address these questions. In the list attached at the end of this editorial will find the numbers that were released for 3 years this series of blogs.
In this Editorial we note that these texts can be grouped in 3 lines:
(1) Descriptions of species living fossils that have some characteristic, anatomical or physiological relevant as a clue to explain the structure and functionality of the existing bodies (Anapsids, diapsid and therapsids), (Turritopsis nutricola) and (planarian neoblasts).
(2) Description of molecules whose presence is relevant to explain that before a organ begins to operate, there has been some previous specialization organelle consisting of the accumulation of certain substances (Respiratory Pigments: Photosynthesis to respiration) and (rhodopsins: Proteins Reception)
(3) Description of the evolution of existing organs so that it can be seen that the evolution of the organs of an embryo follows the same steps as the evolution of each organ, from primitive animals to modern animals. (Source of immunity) and (The origin of the eye and central nervous system).
These three lines converge on the basic concepts described in “Reflections from the hypothesis of the last universal common ancestor” and “Tree of Haeckel. Past and Future” To seat the concept of a primitive cell that has evolved for programming own genetic material and the influence of the “pronutrients and nutrogenics on gene expression in animal cells” as presented in Disclosure 26.
We just have to congratulate the team and Veterinary Digital by this contribution to the study of the organs. This opens the door to new knowledge that will enable the development of technologies to prevent disease and improve food production.
LIST OF TEXTS ON THE ORIGIN OF ORGANS
LISTADO DE TEXTOS SOBRE EL ORIGEN DE LOS ORGANOS
Disclosure 02 From Hammerling to J.Watson y F.Crick.
Disclosure 03 Anapsids, Diapsids y Terapsids.
Disclosure 04 Ciona Intestinalis.
Disclosure 05 From Alcoveria brevis to terrestrial animals.
Disclosure 06 Breathing pigments from Photosynthesis to breathe.
Disclosure 07 Rhodopsins, The receptor proteins.
Disclosure 08 Evolution of cardiac muscle.
Disclosure 09 Evolution of stomach.
Disclosure 10 Evolution of Kidney.
Disclosure 11 Turritopsis nutricola.
Disclosure 13 Origin of the Eye and Central nervous system.
Disclosure 14 The origin of the liver.
Disclosure 15 The origin of the pancreas.
Disclosure 16 The origin of the Pituitary.
Disclosure 17 Ganglion chain of brainstem. Origin of craneal pairs.
Disclosure 18 Liver and bladder ligaments and its evolution importance.
Disclosure 19 Origin of skeletal system.
Disclosure 20 Reflexions from the hyphotesis of the last common ancestor.
Disclosure 26 Importance of pronutrients and nutrigenicals in the genetic expresion of animal cells.
Disclosure 28 Phylogenetic and regeneration of the adult brain.
Disclosure 31 Planarian neoblasts.
Disclosure 34 Arquebio.
Disclosure 35 Origin of the eye (2) example for phylogenetic dating and the nutrition.
Disclosure 36 Metagenetics of the extremity development origin.
Disclosure 38 Stem cells and tissue regeneration.
Disclosure 39 Induced pluripotent cells.
Disclosure 45 Endocrine system: origin.
Disclosure 47 Haeckel’s tree: Past and future.
Disclosure 48 Origin of cerebellum and autonomic nervous system.
Disclosure 51 Origin of immunity: protozoa.
Disclosure 52 Origin of immunity: Immune system of multicellular invertebrate animals.
Disclosure 53 To nephridia to mammalian lymph nodes.