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TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS

Galun

Oprawa:
TWARDA

Wydawca:
Springer Netherlands

ISBN:
9781402014581

877,76 PLN
Wysyłamy w 28 dni

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OY (])PONEOYLI TOIA YTA IIOAAOI OKOEOJII Many fail to grasp what they have seen and cannot judge what they have learned ErKYPEOYLI OYL1E MAONTEE ITINOEKOYIT although they tell themselves they know. EQYTOJII L1E L10KEOYLI Heraclitus of Ephesus 500 BC ... everyone that is not speckled and C~T~v: N:~ Tji~ ~~~N tuN = spotted among the goats and brown among the sheep that shall be counted ~~N Nn =~ c~w=== cm stolen with me. Genesis Chapter 30 From Heraclitus of Ephesus and later philosophers we can deduce that observation of natural phenomena even when keen and accurate will not result in meaningful knowledge unless combined with analysis of the mind: just as analysis of the mind without acquaintance with natural phenomena will not suffice to grasp the perceivable world. Only familiarity with phenomena combined with mental analysis will lead to additional knowledge. The citation from Genesis Chapter 30 is part of an unusual story. It tells how Jacob received as payment for his service to Laban the bulk of Labans herds. By agreement Jacob was to receive only the newborn speckled and spotted goats and the newborn brown sheep that differed completely from their parents. Did Jacob know that there was instability (transposable elements?) in the pigmentation of Labans herd? It is reasonable to assume that Jacob combined his keen observation with analysis of his mind in order to predict the outcome: most of the newborns were indeed speckled sOY (])PONEOYLI TOIA YTA IIOAAOI OKOEOJII Many fail to grasp what they have seen and cannot judge what they have learned ErKYPEOYLI OYL1E MAONTEE ITINOEKOYIT although they tell themselves they know. EQYTOJII L1E L10KEOYLI Heraclitus of Ephesus 500 BC ... everyone that is not speckled and C~T~v: N:~ Tji~ ~~~N tuN = spotted among the goats and brown among the sheep that shall be counted ~~N Nn =~ c~w=== cm stolen with me. Genesis Chapter 30 From Heraclitus of Ephesus and later philosophers we can deduce that observation of natural phenomena even when keen and accurate will not result in meaningful knowledge unless combined with analysis of the mind: just as analysis of the mind without acquaintance with natural phenomena will not suffice to grasp the perceivable world. Only familiarity with phenomena combined with mental analysis will lead to additional knowledge. The citation from Genesis Chapter 30 is part of an unusual story. It tells how Jacob received as payment for his service to Laban the bulk of Labans herds. By agreement Jacob was to receive only the newborn speckled and spotted goats and the newborn brown sheep that differed completely from their parents. Did Jacob know that there was instability (transposable elements?) in the pigmentation of Labans herd? It is reasonable to assume that Jacob combined his keen observation with analysis of his mind in order to predict the outcome: most of the newborns were indeed speckled s1 Introduction. 2 Historical Background. 3 Bacterial Insertion Sequences. 4 Retrotrans

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