Image of the Day: Head Start

The starlet sea anemone has no brain, but the same genes that determine the head's location in humans are expressed on its lower end (left), opposite its mouth and tentacles.

By | February 22, 2013

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Avatar of: Roy Niles

Roy Niles

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February 22, 2013

Does that mean we can think with our genes?  But no, that would mean that genes opertated intelligently and that's an heretical notion these days.

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