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Members of "The Neandertal Genome Project" at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology pose with a Neanderthal skeleton. The initial draft of the genome was published in "Science" on May 7, 2010 and  "results indicate that Neandertals are slightly more closely related to modern humans outside Africa. The team also identified several genomic regions that appear to have played an important role during human evolution."

Members of "The Neandertal Genome Project" at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology pose with a Neanderthal skeleton. The initial draft of the genome was published in "Science" on May 7, 2010 and "results indicate that Neandertals are slightly more closely related to modern humans outside Africa. The team also identified several genomic regions that appear to have played an important role during human evolution."

Mammoths and Mastodons were hunted by Ice Age American Hunters called Clovis Indians.

Mammoths and Mastodons were hunted by Ice Age American Hunters called Clovis Indians.

"I Had DNA Taken, With Varying Results...and I received them just as one of the companies, 23andMe, received a stern warning from the Food and Drug Administration over concerns about the accuracy of its product."  Until and unless the predictive science improves, experts advise consumers to take most of their results with a grain of salt.

"I Had DNA Taken, With Varying Results...and I received them just as one of the companies, 23andMe, received a stern warning from the Food and Drug Administration over concerns about the accuracy of its product." Until and unless the predictive science improves, experts advise consumers to take most of their results with a grain of salt.

The architectural feats of animals — from beaver dams to birds’ nests — not only make for great nature television, but, since the plans for such constructions seem largely inherited, they also offer an opportunity for scientists to tackle the profoundly difficult question of how genes control complicated behavior in animals and humans.

The architectural feats of animals — from beaver dams to birds’ nests — not only make for great nature television, but, since the plans for such constructions seem largely inherited, they also offer an opportunity for scientists to tackle the profoundly difficult question of how genes control complicated behavior in animals and humans.

Nutrition and the Epigenome - Your mother's diet during pregnancy and what you're fed as an infant can cause critical changes that stick with you into adulthood. Animal studies have shown that deficiency of methyl-donating folate or choline during late fetal or early postnatal development causes certain regions of the genome to be under-methylated for life.

Nutrition and the Epigenome - Your mother's diet during pregnancy and what you're fed as an infant can cause critical changes that stick with you into adulthood. Animal studies have shown that deficiency of methyl-donating folate or choline during late fetal or early postnatal development causes certain regions of the genome to be under-methylated for life.

How Life Made the Leap From Single Cells to Multicellular Animals -- For billions of years, single-celled creatures had the planet to themselves, floating through the oceans in solitary bliss. Some microorganisms attempted multicellular arrangements, forming small sheets or filaments of cells. But these ventures hit dead ends. Then, more than 3 billion years after the appearance of microbes, life got more complicated. Cells organized themselves into new three-dimensional structures.

How Life Made the Leap From Single Cells to Multicellular Animals -- For billions of years, single-celled creatures had the planet to themselves, floating through the oceans in solitary bliss. Some microorganisms attempted multicellular arrangements, forming small sheets or filaments of cells. But these ventures hit dead ends. Then, more than 3 billion years after the appearance of microbes, life got more complicated. Cells organized themselves into new three-dimensional structures.

Blackfeet Legend of the Crazy Dog Society

Blackfeet Legend of the Crazy Dog Society

Fenno-Ugrian people - Shamanism in Siberia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fenno-Ugrian people - Shamanism in Siberia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mountain Populations Offer Clues to Human Evolution

Mountain Populations Offer Clues to Human Evolution

Text to Text | 'Where Do Your Genes Come From?' and 'DNA Double Take' - NYTimes.com

Text to Text | 'Where Do Your Genes Come From?' and 'DNA Double Take' - NYTimes.com

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