Tag: Cell (journal)
“Fin-To-Limb” Paper Shows Destructive Nature of “Evo-Devo” Mutations
Because of the “dysmorphic” phenotype from a homozygous genotype, these mutant genes would be highly unlikely to become fixed in a population.
Revealing Darrel Falk’s Overstatements about Limb Bones in Fish Fins
The interpretation of the results as showing “latent” genetic capabilities has teleological overtones that are compatible with intelligent design.
Study Challenges Evolutionary Relationship Between Flagellum and Type III Secretory System
There are various types of flagella, but all function like a rotary engine made by humans. Even non-ID scientists marvel at the complexity of these machines.
Excerpt: A Reply to Michael Ruse
Let me tell a little story about blood clotting, Russell Doolittle, and Michael Ruse.
Nature Reviews Genetics — Pseudogene Function Is “Prematurely Dismissed”
As Seth W. Cheetham and his co-authors put it, biology suffers from “demotivation into exploring pseudogene function by the a priori assumption that they are functionless.”