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    : : Deric's MindBlog This blog reports new ideas and work on mind , brain , behavior , psychology , and politics as well as random curious stuff Wednesday , September 15, 2021 Domestic dogs : Born human whisperers Vignieri does a summary of recent work by Bray et . al and Salomans et . al in Current Biology The closest relative to dogs , man’s best friend , 8221 is the wolf , a wily predator that generally avoids human interaction . For decades , researchers and dog owners have wondered how the leap to domestication occurred . The main hypothesis invoked very early selection for wolves that liked”—or least tolerated—humans , and the connection strengthened from there . However , there is still some debate about whether the degree to which dogs interact and communicate with humans is a

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  • Development of Extra-embryonic Membranes (EEM) in Chicks/Gallus

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    It is very difficult to describe each EEM without reference to another. Spatial relationships of the

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    Amniotes: These are the vertebrates group whose eggs contain a extraembryonic membrane for protectin

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  • Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds | Animals | The Guardian

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  • Our gut microbiome pattern reflects healthy aging and survival

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    : Deric's MindBlog This blog reports new ideas and work on mind , brain , behavior , psychology , and politics as well as random curious stuff Monday , August 02, 2021 Our gut microbiome pattern reflects healthy aging and survival Interesting analysis by Wilmanski et . al The gut microbiome has important effects on human health , yet its importance in human ageing remains unclear . In the present study , we demonstrate that , starting in mid-to-late adulthood , gut microbiomes become increasingly unique to individuals with age . We leverage three independent cohorts comprising over 9,000 individuals and find that compositional uniqueness is strongly associated with microbially produced amino acid derivatives circulating in the bloodstream . In older age over 80 years healthy individuals

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