Seeds Inherit Memories of Enemies

Seeds Inherit Memories of Enemies

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The Arabidopsis plant on the left received a priming treatment before infection with bacteria and shows no sign of disease.

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Since: Apr 12

Tel Aviv, Israel

#1 Jun 3, 2012
Seeds Inherit Memories of Enemies

Houses do not inherit. Seeds do not inherit.
RNAs, RNA nucleotide genes, are ORGANISMS. RNA and DNA genomes are ORGANISMS, evolved as templates by and for the RNAs natural selection

The evolution and development of these primal organisms are the basis of our evolution and development.
Life is just another mass formatÂ…

Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)

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