Arun Kumar Ganesan
19/9/2017 · 1 min read · ~10
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What triggers spermatogenesis?

What triggers spermatogenesis?

When it comes to #male #reproductive #fertility, timing is everything. Now scientists are finding new details on how disruption of this timing may contribute to male infertility or #congenital illness.The mechanism is a #protein complex called...

John Manu

John Manu

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17/1/2018
Arun Kumar Ganesan
18/8/2017 · 1 min read · ~10
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Higher light at night may increase breast cancer risk.

Higher light at night may increase breast cancer risk.

#Women who live in areas with higher levels of outdoor light at night may be at higher risk for #breast #cancer than those living in areas with lower levels, according to a large long-term study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.The...

Arun Kumar Ganesan
6/8/2017 · 1 min read · ~100 · 1
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100 million colors that we can't see.

100 million colors that we can't see.

After more than 25 years of searching, #neuroscientists in the UK recently discovered a woman with an extra type of #cone #cell — the receptor cells that detect #color — in her #eyes.According to estimates, that means she can see an incredible...

CityVP 🐝 Manjit

CityVP 🐝 Manjit

Regarding people of the parenthesis, as much as the future is loaded with uncertainty, those being born now may well see that transition between the end of one era and maybe the beginning of the new one.

8/8/2017

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This buzz has triggered many diverse thoughts, as well as, has the comment by CityVP 🐝 Manjit. I wonder what type of occuptions are tetrachromats drawn to? How does this ability to see a wider spectrum of color benefit them? Bees can see the Ultraviolet spectrum of light which aids in directing them to the nectar of flowers. What benefit is that of Tetrachromacy? Regarding the last paragraph in the comment by CityVP 🐝 Manjit~ "Our everyday lives reflect this quantum leap in the complexity and pace of contemporary experience. We are caught uncertain, unprepared, and unprotected in the face of too much happening too often. We are the people of the parenthesis, at the end of one era and not quite at the beginning of the new one. Some of us withdraw from the onslaught.... But many, a significant number, are trying to understand the momentous opportunity that is ours."~ Jean Houston, "A Passion for the Possible".

7/8/2017

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