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May
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comment Does embryonic development mimic (partly at least) the evolution of organisms on earth?
@fileunderwater Essentially the hinted wikipedia article says it all: the vague impression is/was there and I was happy to learn how this idea developed and influenced other areas and got debunked... or not.
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comment Does embryonic development mimic (partly at least) the evolution of organisms on earth?
@RoverEye Thanks. That's what I was looking for.
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revised Does embryonic development mimic (partly at least) the evolution of organisms on earth?
reworded. made "less broad" as per request of mods.
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asked Does embryonic development mimic (partly at least) the evolution of organisms on earth?
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accepted How does “inheritance of methylation” of DNA and/or histones work?
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asked How does “inheritance of methylation” of DNA and/or histones work?
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accepted How do ribosomes contribute to their own synthesis?
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comment How do ribosomes contribute to their own synthesis?
Any hints to articles describing the RNA-P synthesis? ... or is RNA-P synthesized by ribosomes?
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asked How do ribosomes contribute to their own synthesis?
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