Comments for Jennifer Harrison Science communication, coding, shenanigans Sat, 18 Jun 2016 09:17:52 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.com/ Comment on The 21g soul: do our bodies become lighter after death? by Body Lose Weight After Death | Health & Weight Care /2012/10/29/the-21g-soul-do-our-bodies-become-lighter-after-death/#comment-14646 Sat, 18 Jun 2016 09:17:52 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=343#comment-14646 […] The 21g soul: do our bodies become lighter after death … – … do our bodies become lighter after death? … address many known causes for the decrease in body weight after death. … gain then lose weight etc shows … […]

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Comment on The difference between homeobox and Hox genes by Jennifer Harrison /2013/04/15/the-difference-between-homeobox-and-hox-genes/#comment-14605 Mon, 30 May 2016 16:11:20 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=771#comment-14605 I’m not sure I follow exactly what you or the textbook is saying. Homeotic literally has only one meaning: because of the Hox genes’ role in anteroposterior patterning, mutations to these genes often result in limbs and other structures appearing in the wrong place. That by definition is a homeotic mutation. The Hox genes are homeotic (that’s where the name comes from).

So to try and answer: if there’s a theoretical Hox gene that’s only expressed in one segment or is only able to activate/repress gene X in one segment, can you call that gene homeotic? Not really, if I’ve understood the question correctly. I’m not sure there’s a specific name for targets of transcription factors.

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Comment on The difference between homeobox and Hox genes by Yonah /2013/04/15/the-difference-between-homeobox-and-hox-genes/#comment-14604 Mon, 30 May 2016 16:01:19 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=771#comment-14604 I’ve just had one more source of confusion. My textbook seems to use “Homeobox” and “Homeotic” genes interchangeably. However, could a gene that controls the development of an individual body segment (i.e. one that is ‘switched on’ by the homeodomain) be described as homeotic, even though it doesn’t control the OVERALL body plan? If not, is there a name for those genes that are activated by the homeodomains, that control the finer development of body parts?

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Comment on The difference between homeobox and Hox genes by Jennifer Harrison /2013/04/15/the-difference-between-homeobox-and-hox-genes/#comment-14603 Mon, 30 May 2016 15:24:41 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=771#comment-14603 No problem! I’m glad it was helpful!

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Comment on The difference between homeobox and Hox genes by Yonah /2013/04/15/the-difference-between-homeobox-and-hox-genes/#comment-14602 Mon, 30 May 2016 15:16:34 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=771#comment-14602 I have my Biology A level coming up in two weeks, and have to say this blog was a life saver. After reading and re-reading the textbook on Drosophilia development to no end and getting nowhere, it was a huge relief to have it all explained so clearly and accurately. Many thanks – I especially liked your introduction that so eloquently expressed my own frustration on the topic, and had to share my gratitude!

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Comment on The 21g soul: do our bodies become lighter after death? by Dorianne /2012/10/29/the-21g-soul-do-our-bodies-become-lighter-after-death/#comment-14469 Sun, 06 Mar 2016 00:31:30 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=343#comment-14469 Why cant all you idiots just believe GOD IS REAL..

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Comment on The 21g soul: do our bodies become lighter after death? by It Could Happ'n /2012/10/29/the-21g-soul-do-our-bodies-become-lighter-after-death/#comment-14320 Sat, 13 Feb 2016 18:14:13 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=343#comment-14320 Leaks and defecation would not matter because the bed is also being weighed ‘with’ the body.
Also from a religious view…(ex)…Who says that all souls defy gravity? The lost souls go straight down through the body,bed,floor, earth,etc…down to it’s core….like a liquid weight through a sponge, to where Hell resides. It is a holding tank. If on the other hand this Soul has been reborn, it is in Christ and has Resurrection power, Jesus Christ being the first fruits, or first to resurrect after he died and defied gravity by resurrecting from death hell and the grave on the third day.

PEACEEEEE!!!

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Comment on The 21g soul: do our bodies become lighter after death? by Justin /2012/10/29/the-21g-soul-do-our-bodies-become-lighter-after-death/#comment-14161 Tue, 29 Dec 2015 07:33:33 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=343#comment-14161 A soul or electrical composition of our bodies can’t be measured in weight the weigh loss is the decrease of gas pressure in the body.. after death our bodies produce an enormous amount of pressure on the organs which removes gases which in most cases involving the deceased to defecate and or releaf of other bodily functions though gas build up

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Comment on The difference between homeobox and Hox genes by Rio /2013/04/15/the-difference-between-homeobox-and-hox-genes/#comment-14107 Wed, 16 Dec 2015 16:58:00 +0000 http://endlessforms.net/?p=771#comment-14107 Rarely I wrote comment on an online article, but THIS article made me really want to do it. Well-written and packed with knowledge. Thank you for writing this article! Looking forward for other superb work!

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