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Genetics For The Aquarist Friday June 7th 2013, 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST For the aquarist The Under The Sea Radio Show is pleased to arrange a discussion about the evolution of genetics to help our listeners understand how genetics affect wild populations of fish, aquaculture, strain development, labratory research and many other topics generally discussed on this episode. Mr Ken McKeighen , Gerald Griffin and Mr Ray Owczarzak are invited to this discussion that should be of interest to our listeners. For More Information about this episode see: http://underthesearadioprogram.yolasite.com/genetics-genetics-4-the-aquarist.php Check out the Under The Sea Radio Show store at: http://www.cafepress.com/wmaquaculture For more information about the Under The Sea Radio Show check out the website at: www.underthesearadioshow.com
On this episode of HTR we welcome back our good friend and strong supporter Justin Mitcham of Extreme Hogs to talk about the extreme red western hognose morph as well as what makes western hognose genetics tic.
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DO GENETICS CAUSE DISABILITIES? IF YOU HAVE AN ILLNESS, DOES IT SERVE YOU TO GO BACK TO GENETICS TO LOOK FOR THE CAUSE OF THE ILLNESS? THIS IS A FASCINATING SUBJECT! WE WILL TALK ABOUT ABRAHAM'S TAKE ON THE SUBJECT AT 11, FAVORITE LISTENERS! LOVE, LINNY
Ameer Rosic is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Functional Diagnostic Practitioner and Functional Medicine Practitioner. He's also a black belt in Shotokan Karate and kettlebell training enthusiast, which led him to win the 2012 Canadian Kettlebell Biathlon Championship. His book called 'Diagnostic Testing and Functional Medicine' will be published in the near future and it will feature the latest information that is needed for a healthier lifestyle, managing health conditions and a whole lot more. Qualifications • Functional Medicine University — Certificate in the Practice of Functional Medicine (2012) • Steve Maxwell — Joint Mobility Certification — (2011) • Functional Diagnostic Nutrition — Certification Course (2011) • Canadian School of Natural Nutrition — Holistic Nutritionist Diploma (2010) • Agatsu Academy – Kettlebell certification — (2009)
Collaborating artists Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki created PlantBot Genetics, a parody company that satirically looks at the possible evolution of plant species due to the consequences of modern agricultural practices, including GMO’s. The artists create public interventions featuring their hybrid, robotic plants, including ‘Monsantra,” through the PlantBot Art Lab, an eighteen-foot trailer they converted into an off-grid, mobile exhibition space and classroom; the Greenhouse Field Lab, a solar powered portable green house ‘laboratory” for site-specific education and experimentation; and gallery and museum shows. PlantBot has been displayed around the U.S. and the world, including in Egypt and Austria. The artists have been in residence at the McColl Center in North Carolina and the Hafnarborg Art Center in Iceland, and will create projects at the Landscape Laboratory at Buitenwerkplaats, Amsterdam and the KulttuuriKauppila Art Center in Finland.
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In this discussion Dr. Smith analyzes the mode of genetics where one comes to understand the concept of latent genetics. He shows how environment will optimize genetics to the fullest extent of the genes latent capacities. He directly relates this to the environment of the family, emphasizing how an unhealthy environment for a child will hinder his/her genetic capacity throughout life. We need to have our hearts plowed and prepared for eternal truths, too much stimulation upon our hearts, newsp
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Are we pre programmed to be Liberal or Conservative? Some say Liberalism is in the genes . The idea has come from the fact that too much spending with little control comes from somewhere. According to researchers at Harvard and University of California (San Diego), ideolgy is not affected just by social factors but by a dopamine receptor called DRD4. James Fowler, Professor of political science and medical genetics, conducted the study that found that people "with a specific variant of the DRD4 gene were more likely to be liberal as adults." However, the, subjects were only more likely to have leanings to the left if they were also socially active during adolescence. Source: http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/weird/Scientists-May-Have-IDd-Liberal-Gene-105917218.html#ixzz2VvXBSWFb This show sponsored by campusteaparties.com Log onto:
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