Not really “fought,” persay, but It rhymed so I typed it. Anyway, this post is about: Dental Calculus! Which I chose for two reasons: 1) It’s interesting and 2) I didn’t get to show you guys the picture of calculus Continue reading Plaque Attack: How Food Fought Back
Diet for a Small Primate by Stephen F. Ferrari The buffy headed marmoset of Brazil rely on plant gums for a large portion of their diet. These gums contain a variety of nutrients like carbs, protein, mineral slats and calcium. Continue reading Diet and Lifestyle
Evolutionary Biology of Hormonal Responses to Social Challenges in the Human Child by Mark V. Flinn “‘The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.’ -Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) And why was quiet desperation such a widespread malady back then, Continue reading Hormones, Stress, and (the Childhood) You
First thing’s first: What exactly is a Y-Haplogroup, and why on earth does it matter? The Human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup is a haplogroup (<—which is a group of similar haplotypes [<—-which are a combination of alleles (or DNA sequences) at Continue reading Out of Africa? Again?!? Y-not!
Article: Wilson, E. O. (1976). The Social Instinct. Bulletin of the Academy of the Arts and Sciences, 30(1), 11-25. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3822607 Sociobiology is the study of the biological basis of all forms of social behavior in all organisms, and is Continue reading E.O. Wilson and The Social Instinct
Hey ladies and lads, I’m doing the second half of Part 1 of The Primate Anthology, also known as pages 44- 87. APOLOGIES IN ADVANCE FOR LENGTH, I KNOW IT IS VERY LONG. Chapter 6: Daughters or Sons In many Continue reading Primates upon primates upon primates…
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