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Plant-Derived Exosomes as Cross-Species Messengers and Beacons of Epigenetics

 
 
Reply Tue 26 Dec, 2017 05:24 pm
Interesting article here that hints of advancements in understanding our relationships.
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/plant-derived-exosomes-cross-species-messengers-and-beacons-epigenetics
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Reply Tue 26 Dec, 2017 07:34 pm
@jerlands,
The neo-darwinists will be working 24/7 to discredit these claims, eh?

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This study was the first to prove RNA-mediated transfer of information from somatic (body) to germ cells (egg and sperm) (Cossetti et al., 2014), poking holes in the principle of the Weisman barrier, a previously forgone conclusion which posited that the information transmitted by egg and sperm to future generations remains independent of somatic cells and parental experience....

This confirms a long-discarded hypothesis of French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, who proposed that the features acquired over the life of an organism are transmitted to offspring.


For them the Wiesman barrier and the rejection of Lamarck is a fundamental article of faith which is crucial to their dogma and creed, ya know?


jerlands
 
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Reply Tue 26 Dec, 2017 07:52 pm
@layman,
layman wrote:

The neo-darwinists will be working 24/7 to discredit these claims, eh?


For them the Wiesman barrier and the rejection of Lamarck is a fundamental article of faith which is crucial to their dogma and creed, ya know?



There's also generational traumatic carryover
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-me-in-we/201205/how-trauma-is-carried-across-generations
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 02:15 am
@layman,
why? weve known about meRNA and miRNA based vesicles for years and the concept of an "RNA world" appears to be closer to being confirmed with some of this.
This is not new or surprising news btw. "Capturing genomes" was hypothesized many years ago, and "common ancestry" (a LUCA) among the Plantae and Animalia, is knowledge that Venter proposed years ago and LANE and others are publishing like madmen. Im almost certain that Investigations into "What is the LUCA" can utilize these data. To most recent work "genes are easy" but pumping 10^21 protons per second through vesicles makes the RNA world more understandable.
Margulis, in 1967 proposed endosymbiosis among eukaryotes and protista (serial endosymbiosis to be more exact)
farmerman
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 03:03 am
@farmerman,
The fact that both Darwin nd Lamarck were free of knowing anything that we now use to praise or villify one or the other is really funny to me. because Lamarck has given us some light on the epigentic inheritence of mostly behavioral traits and Darwin presents a three part process by which evolution is carried on (even though he only understood two of the three factors).
Lamarck was the first to be shot at by the Creationists . His revivification hasnt occurred until applied genomics (A tool of the 1990;s and later) and, in fact, the discovery of the epigenetic "haze" surrounding genes including environmental mutations, "temporal "mutations, and pseudogenes.

jerlands
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 03:15 am
@farmerman,
it's amazing to me how the body is dependant on communication. loss of communication is the reason cells turn cancerous and the why dysbiosis occurs in the gut. understanding the factors needed to support and enhance these types of communication are the factors that might lead us out of the diseased state we're currently in.
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jerlands
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 03:19 am
@farmerman,
basically i think the article was saying... eat your green leafy vegetables Wink
jerlands
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 03:30 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
the discovery of the epigenetic "haze" surrounding genes including environmental mutations, "temporal "mutations, and pseudogenes.

microevolution seems sensitive to environmental influences and what's a little scary is how fast it can occur.
farmerman
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 06:44 am
@jerlands,
it has also spurred some neat discoveries in creating methylation inhibitors for diseases like pancreatic cancer.

Theres a little book out on CRSPR tech (and the tricks it includes) called CRACKS in CREATION
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farmerman
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 06:46 am
@jerlands,
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the article was saying... eat your green leafy vegetables
My initial post wasnt for your introduction.
jerlands
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 07:06 am
@farmerman,
let's get back to microevolution and disease.. not your indulgence.
farmerman
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 09:47 am
@jerlands,
obsessed with "microevolution " eh?.
jerlands
 
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Reply Wed 27 Dec, 2017 11:54 am
@farmerman,
move away from the mirror briefly
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