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The Importance of Biodiversity for the Future of Life
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Discerning the Biological Clock of Single-Celled Organisms
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A Theory of the Relationship between the Sleep Hormone and the Body’s Defense is the Subject of Regina Markus’ Conference
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Art, science and technology together: an unusual outlook on life
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VideoIEA Development of Circadian Control of Behavior
Ethologist Jerry Hogan gave this conference searching for the discussion of circadian processes that affect the behavior of the majority of animal species, clarifying that it will still take a lot to better comprehend the development of such control. Hogan's interests include the development of communication, of nourishment and of cleansing in fowls, approaching aspects of biological rhythm.
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VideoIEA The Importance of Genomic Imprinting for Understanding Human Psychology and Pediatric Disorders
Social theory based on natural selection - which includes the theory of self-deception as an adaptive strategy - and biology of selfish genetic elements - which explains certain internal genetic conflicts - are the issues outlined in this lecture by the evolutionary biologist Robert Trivers, who began his studies investigating and developing theories of reciprocal altruism, parental investment in care of offspring, sexual selection, parent-offspring conflict, the ratio between the number of males and females, deception and self-deception.
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VideoIEA Evolution and its Role in Science and Society
To characterize the role of evolution in science and society is the theme of the conference of biologist Tow Wensellers. Working with the so-called social insects (ants, bees and wasps), Wensellers discusses social evolution emphasizing the conflict of social groups.
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VideoIEA Behavioral Characters Perform well as Indicators of Phylogeny
Behavioral data are commonly used to produce evolutionary trees. Biologist John W. Wenzel, specialist in entomology, discusses this theme of evolution based on the central theme of Darwinian biology.
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VideoIEA Darwin's Special Difficulty: Worker Insects
Lecture that honors the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth presents the exhibition of Francis Ratnieks, of Sussex University, UK. Ratnieks - expert on Evolution - discusses the problem of social insects to Darwin and his own research on the topic.
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McTaggart metaphysics to theorize cell time
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