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VD - 29/11/2015

The determination and sex changes in animals and plants. Dissemination 91st

Although in the classic scientific literature the sex determination is attributed to the presence of the X and Y chromosomes during last years a new information has been surged, stage by stage, they led us to mammals, birds, reptiles , fish up to similar...


Blogs

VD - 25/10/2015

DNA circulation: Elysia chlorotica, Pteraeolidia ianthina, Placida dendritica. Dissemination 88th

It is known that some animals can accept into its genome and operate genes from other animals of the species itself or from distant species in the zoological scale (genes for eye formation between insects and mammals or genes of formation of limbs among...


Blogs

VD - 28/06/2015

An panchronic alga, Acetabularia. Dissemination 84th

On Disclosure Blog No. 2, entitled "From Hamerling to J.Watson and F.Crick", we presented some photos of Acetabularia crenulata and Acetabularia Mediterranean. Both species are distinguished by the shape of the umbrella. In this blog nº 84, we...


Blogs

VD - 20/04/2015

Stromatolite II. Dissemination 80th

Bacteria from forming stromatolites are prokaryotic, from 3.6 billion years ago, are able to conduct photosynthesis as that contain chloroplasts. We can put this lifestyle, among primitive plastids (first free prokaryotic producers of oxygen) and...


Blogs

VD - 25/05/2014

Fucoxanthin, iodine and calcium metabolism. Dissemination 69th

Brown algae of Phaeophyaceae class are a large group of eukaryotic plants, typical of coastal areas of the Baltic Sea, Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean, late onset compared with other eukaryotic plants. The biological tests of this late onset...


Blogs

VD - 19/05/2014

Hepatocyte regeneration. Dissemination 68th

These green algae, where the shikimic acid route is initiated, are the ancestors of land plants (embryophyita) group they belong to dicotyledonous angiosperms where Silybum marianum is ranked one of the most Silymarin productive plants.


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