20 Burst results for "Cell Division"

ICYMI: Popl beams contacts to phones

Talking Tech

03:10 min | 7 months ago

ICYMI: Popl beams contacts to phones

"Of the big problems many of us has is nobody wants to hand out business cards anymore but everybody wants our contact information. What to do I, think we all have a bunch of different solutions but nick. And Jason Alvarez Cohen have happy device called paypal which can pass on your information and the guys are here and they're going to tell you all about it. He Nick and Jason Jeff send thank you for having us on. Sure. Tell us about poppel. So. Papa. Is Your new digital business card. It's a small thing you put on the back of your phone. And then all you have to do is just tap it to someone else's phone like this. It sends a push notification to that phone and win that notification is clicked at sends you right to send them right to my profile, which has my website, my instagram, my phone number, all of my contact information right on their screen. Okay. So what you just showed me was a little round ball basically and in you you I, guess he velcro or something or or a magnet or as probably a magnet right to. And it sticks to the back and then it then up your APP in that swirl, your contact information is in Europe. They have a pop up, it opens up in that but if they don't have the APP, it opens up in the browser and the key to the product is that the other person does not need poppel or an APP for you to share your mation. Believe that the Pablo's are very inexpensive how much they sell for Fourteen ninety nine for basic potholes and nineteen ninety nine for premium populous. What is a premium poppel? A premium poppel has nicer textures this one. For example, we poppel prism. It's kind of. Holographic. The basic ones are black white pink, blue jays color. Yeah and the premium ones are. Little, fancy same functionality, just different looking field Lyndon Okay and obviously once you once you download your APP, you then spend time in putting your basic. referrals. Correct, it's very easy setup you get your pop in the mail you you you put in what you want. Then you activate it with your phone and then you're all set. So you can put on your phone upon your laptop on your car, your Papa anywhere. It'll share where you want to share. So if you put it on your laptop and I had somebody in the office. Where I met somebody at starbucks right in a post Kobe world and I wanted his or her information. They would just put their phone in front of the Little Poppel that was on my laptop Yep. It's that easy. What motivated you guys to come up with this idea? Greg Russia. Well, we're both recent college grads and we learn about the psychology at how cool is and how native it is in modern phone. So we saw this use case as two guys who never used. A really cool phone, the phone method of Sheriff Mason which we did often. So we saw the cell division just credit. All right. Well, congratulations people can get it and is it Papa Dot Com. Pablo. Dot Co.. Dot, co-. Or Whatnot. or on. Amazon

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What Does The Science Say

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:46 min | 8 months ago

What Does The Science Say

"Welcome to kids, myths and mysteries. Stores were strange and unexplained people, places and events. I'm your host Kit crumb today fringe science. Sciences defined as intellectual practical activity, encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical natural world through observation and experiment. Fringe Science is considered an inquiry into an established field of study and departs from mainstream theories in that field and is considered to be questionable by mainstream science. Now. Don't confuse fringe science with pseudoscience, which is defined as a belief in some person place or event that is mistakenly regarded as being based on scientific method but many categories once considered the product of pseudoscience have slipped into the category of fringe science and many fringe science categories are now consider pure science. A short list of categories considered to be a fringe science, include cryogenics reanimation, and suspended animation. Now, let's take a quick look at each of these. cryogenics is generally the practice according to Al Core cryonic center in Arizona of freezing people who need a cure for a disease or perhaps are in need of an Oregon and will be thought at some later time when there is a cure or an organ available. Now Look at the second fringe science on my list reanimation. That is usually thought to mean restoring life. Finally the third on my list suspended animation that would be closer to the cryogenics. Separately these three would be considered by science to be way out on the French but alcorn does freeze patients and that would seem to be suspended animation, and if indeed the patients brought back to life, you would have to call latte reanimation. Still Science would scoff at the concept yet in Japan Cell Nuclei and DNA were taken from a woolly mammoth that live twenty eight thousand years ago and implanted by scientists into the cells and Ogm of living. Five showed essential biological reactions needed for cell division. This could lead to the reanimation. Mammoth. From the frozen north where the woolly mammoth was the unsuspecting subject of natural cryogenics to lab in Japan where the mammoths DNA was brought from a state of suspended animation. To a reanimated state and planted into the oval ma-ma mouse I'd have to say that's cryogenic suspended animation and reanimation that have slipped from fringe science too pure science. Now, let's plunged down the list of fringe science to the much-maligned topic pre cognition. Simply precondition is considered the fore knowledge of an event. Let's take on a huge event debt even titanic in size, and that's pun intended. It's common knowledge that the titanic was the largest cruise ship of its time. It was considered unsinkable and perhaps because of that Monica unsinkable, it didn't have enough lifeboats for all the passengers when in mid April nineteen twelve on its maiden voyage, it hit an iceberg it sank taking with it over one, thousand, five, hundred passengers but fourteen years prior to the sinking author Morgan Robertson wrote a book titled Futility described the largest cruise ship in the world he named Titan in his book he described his ship as unsinkable and not carrying enough lifeboats for the passengers. When it in his book struck an iceberg in mid April over a thousand died strangely there are well over one dozen similarities between Robertson's Titan and the titanic. And remember he wrote about the Titan in eighteen ninety eight. Pre Cognition. Well, what else could it be? Moving along the list of fringe science, you'd find past life regression hypnotism Bo scoffed at by science at both used by licensed and highly educated counselors around the world although the list of practices an event that fall under the shadow of fringe science as long one I couldn't resist looking at artificial intelligence. You probably heard of IBM's corporations creation Watson. But Watson is program to teach itself in whatever endeavor it is directed. Intelligence natural kind you and I possess is not the same intelligence. Watson has watson can look at a room elementary students and evaluate. Standing Body language which students are following the teachers teachings which are confused and which are distracted. But the natural intelligence that you and I possess would not only separate the students in those three categories mentioned. We could probably figure out why those that followed the teacher could why those that didn't couldn't and what distracted the remainder.

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Could Genetics Grow a Square Tomato?

BrainStuff

06:08 min | 2 years ago

Could Genetics Grow a Square Tomato?

"Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. I'm Lauren vocal bomb. And if you wander the protas, I'll at your local grocery store, you'll find a dazzling variety of tomatoes from Charrier grape shaped to massive beef steaks and gnarly heirlooms same with squash potatoes, cucumbers and leafy greens. This bounty of diverse colors shapes and sizes isn't the result of natural selection. But rather human selection over millennia farmers and plant breeders have spotted useful mutations and fruits and vegetables, tastier fruit. Better yields novel shapes and preserved those traits through conventional breeding techniques the process is slow. But if you cross different strains enough times eventually you may create something new enough and marketable enough to be called its own variety. That's low and steady. Conventional breeding process is about to get a big boost from advances in genetic mapping with a tomato or cucumber genome in hand plant breeders, don't have to wait months for tomato plant to bear fruit to know, whether the tomatoes will be pear shaped or round. Instead, they can look for telltale markers and a seedlings DNA the code for specific fruit shape, size and color this technique of marker assisted selection promises to cut years off the traditional plant breeding process. One Esther vendor nap is at the forefront of genetic research into exactly how a plans DNA instructs fruit to grow long and lean like a hothouse cucumber or round and squat like a beefsteak tomato in her lab at the university of Georgia post, docs and undergraduates sliced tomatoes in half in place them on a flatbed scanner to measure the precise shapes and sizes produced by different genetic combinations. In a paper published in November of two thousand eighteen in the journal nature communications Vander nab announced the discovery of two. Families of genes that appear to play key roles and making fruits and vegetables, either round or long fruits and vegetables are technically plants edible organs and those organs grow and develop through cell division. She explained to make a certain shape like a long around shape, you need to have certain patterns of cell division. Either the cells divide horizontally, or they divide vertically, which makes sense the more Oregon cells divide horizontally by splitting down the middle. The more. They're going to build up tissue horizontally, creating a fatter rounder fruit. What Vander nap and her colleagues discovered in the tomato. Genome is a specific gene called ov- eight that appears to be responsible for creating proteins that tell cells to divide in a vertical pattern when more cells split side side, the growth pattern produces at en- long gated fruit. Ov- eight is the difference between a perfectly round cherry tomato and an oblong Plum tomato. Wild tomatoes, like the native varieties found in Peru. Ecuador and Mexico are invariably small and round says Vander nap which means pear shaped and other in long gated tomatoes are mutations that came along later as far back as the nineteen thirties. Plant biologists called the long Gatien mutation ov- eight but had no clue about the actual genetic mechanism behind it. But van nap and her team identified the ovation protein as well as another family of proteins called TRM's that interact with Lovie, and it provides another tool to plant breeders who are using marker assisted selection, if the ov- eight N, T R and markers are present. You can be sure the fruit will be in long gated if one or the other is missing. It's backed round evanger, nap says this will speed up the breeding process and let growers focus on trickier traits. Like yield and pest resistance that aren't as easily linked back to one or two specific genes. So now the question is do these advances in plant genetics mean that your produce Iowa soon include square tomatoes? Or pyramid-shaped pumpkins not likely says Vanja nap, but not because it's technically impossible. She says there are tons of bizarre mutations in the tomato. Genome that result in odds looking fruits and since those mutations are naturally occurring. They could be isolated and replicated in the lab, but the problem was square, tomatoes and other oddball. Shaped fruit is twofold. Internet says first there's the GMO problem if plant breeders use, gene editing to directly tweak or replace genes in food plants. Those strains are considered GMO and some people get freaked out by the GMO label, even though genetically modified organisms as category are no less or more safe than conventionally modified organisms. Second exciting new fruit and vegetable shapes may not shape up in other ways of Android apps said some mutations are so bizarre. That no grower would grow them because they have lots of other problems. They only have a few fruit per plant or they taste terrible. Because when you grow fruit in a really odd shape. You mess up the hormone balance, it may not be very juicy or tasty at all. If you really want to grow a square tomato says Vanja up just put a box round it like you may have seen done with other fruit. Like watermelons should those hit the scene at a premium price? You can always tried growing your own at home. There are plenty of instructions online for building your own square fruit boxes. Today's episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler claim for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other well rounded topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Mating matters is why we do what we do. I'm Dr Wendy, Walsh, psychologist and relationship. Guru. And I've got a new podcast that explores the secret evolutionary motivation for human behavior. Mating matters listening. Subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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"cell division" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"That's right DNA's like book except that it can copy itself. And it's not made of words. Right or paper. So thank reproduction and cell division. Okay. Herald camping I know where he is. He's dead. He's dead. So he was a small time wackadoo to minister predicting the end of the world twice for beat Italy repeatedly is so he's he was a proven fraud demonstrating via has follows the followers that a fool in his money are soon parted full in his money. We're lucky to get together. First place to go with the Harry in two thousand thirteen and the world is still going just fine. It's funny because the nice thing about Harold camping. Is that? He the last rapture that he'd had which was made fifth twenty eleven twenty twelve something like that. We he was out in the Oakland, California area. So I flew out to the Americas put on what was called the Oakland rapture ram and ram LA's regional atheist meet up, and so it was like a mini convention there in Oakland. And I was there with a great many awesome people, Greta Christina. And I pulled out the blow dryer into D baptisms wearing robes Keith little Jensen was there. That's where he and I first met mister deity was there as well. And the funny thing is is that in the evening in one of the later talks. I think it was right in the middle of of Brian, Mr. talk. There was an earthquake. So here we are in rapture day. And. We're gathered here and there's an earthquake. And it was one that you could actually feel that you know, it wasn't. It wasn't like a hey was that an earthquake? It was like. Oh, wow. That was an artist quake, not terrifying. Nothing, you know, fell down broke. But it was it was enough. And I'm not going to Keith joke because I don't still jokes. And it's funny. You should listen to talk about it. But people are got quiet this looking around. And that's when I yelled is that the best guy, and then we went on with the convention and Harold camping died. So. Yeah. Good story. Good story. Then there was as Jesus character. He he was a raving about the end of the world and delusions of grandeur, maybe and said he'd return and make and make predictions about the timing. But those predictions are failure they didn't happen. And he still dead end. He's been a frost profit for two thousand plus years if he ever existed his as far as we can tell he's not alive. Yeah. Yeah. So many of these famous Christians are just as oily as the ever were even when they're frauds frauds are exposed they keep going like the energizer bunny, and there's no real power within Christianity clean up the themselves or these fraud, so they persist and ultimately the belief is a fraud. And the in many of the people that promoted are working a scam. And these people are not going to lead you to attornal sell vacation. But they're just or turn bliss. Just playing preying on your ignorance, and that's another failure of Christianity. It's an interesting take on all of this. Because you know, there's other names you could've picked out. Yeah. There's a much larger list. But the thing that I find interesting is in, you know, here's Peter Popoff. Who's exposed as a fraud on live TV in a in a shocking way and ends up. I think bankrupt at least temporarily and is now back making millions of dollars a year with yet another scam. The same thing happened with Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker with Jimmy Swaggart. And his oh, let me cry until you house out. I was to have sex with those women. And and yeah, you you weren't sad to have sex. Sorry. That's a big fat lie. And yet he you know, he's back. It's they're like cockroaches..

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"cell division" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"We want to invest more energy more of our our time. And you know, this is the trade off that was made Volusia narrowly in in. You are deep history that it makes more sense to stop growing in start investing in reproducing to make another copy yourself by combining with another person. So you know, it's still, you know, shocking to me after studying science for tennis years that it that this all works, but the it just comes down to that that we grow by cell division. We replicate removing we near the species propagates by cell division. It has to stop at a certain point in those that ability to stop is hard coded into our genome. There are many surpassed ways, many, many mechanisms by which your body tells the cells like, okay, we've finished growing. We don't need to divide anymore as an individual cell though. If remember that, you know, each of ourselves doesn't necessarily know that it's a part of a human in, like my goal is to, you know, survived. Go have a good weekend and then maybe reproduce someday. It's. To the cell just knows that it needs to divide to grow like any living organism. So these, these, these inhibitory pathways that really pre prevent Neo everything. All of those thirty trillion cells from all going their own individual way. And that's what you got to prevent the issue with cancers at, like I said, give those trillions of cells. And if just one of them. It figures out a way to get around those. Those roadblocks of the body throws up to prevent division that's enough to lead to a cancer that can eventually kill the the entire organism. Take all the other trillion cells with it. Really just one out of thirty trillion. So just wanted to start. Yeah, ends up being a lot more, but. Sneaky, bass. It's part of the problem right? Is that there's so many different types of cells in your body and then some of them like immune cells. They have to keep dividing in order to new, do their normal function. Other cell types, like the lining of your gut is dividing constantly your entire life and that's necessary for you a healthy metabolism. But, but you know, sometimes it goes awry and it can go awry in a lot of different ways because there are that so many different cells that it could happen, and that's what and that's where you get to the stage where you know the scientists suggest, they'll say that, you know, cancer is in one disease. It's a thousand a million different diseases which meet which makes it a little bit harder to cure then saying finding the the, the cure for a one specific bacteria. Right, right. Yeah, I think that makes a lot of sense. And, and you know, I guess we can get to sort of the more recent. Accomplishments in and discoveries. But you know, we, we know like I think the first. I sort of not cave drawings, but evidence of of cancer goes back to Egypt, but you know, four or five thousand years ago, but obviously a homo sapiens has been kicking around for a few hundred thousand years in on the species. Go back. Wait for the net like cancer is a new it must be dividing should has been going on for a long time..

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"cell division" Discussed on Science Talk

Science Talk

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Science Talk

"I at fusion must have happened. I in a few individuals and wouldn't inter wouldn't it interfere with fertility with cell division and so forth. And the answer turns out to be there is a slight effect on that, but it turns out and I'm going to take the easy part. I the closest thing that we have on this planet to a truly wild horse. Our horses in Mongolia, cold, press, Wolski, horse. All skis horse has sixty six chromosomes domestic courses Equis Kabbah. If you will has only got sixty four. Why is it that all domesticated courses again are missing a pair? Well, the answer is chromosome fusion and we can see exactly where it happened and it happened at some point probably in central Europe or Asia during the domestication of horses. So that's a very interesting thing. Now, here's the next thing. The argument that if this had happened in one of our ancestors, they wouldn't have been furtively wouldn't have left descendants. There are now two scientific reports of families with forty four chromosomes. At each case, it has resulted of a fusion between two chromosomes. The one I can recall immediately was a fusion between chromosomes fourteen and fifteen to form a single combined. Chromosome. This must have happened a couple of generations ago. The people are healthy, they're still viable and that shows that there's not a problem of mechanism here. Chromosome fusions in fact happened so common that there's a jargon term for them. They're called cold, Robert Sony and translocations. And they, they are well known in mice and other experimental animals, and it's not surprising that what happened in our industry as well. I'll be back in a moment. Hey, everyone. Thanks for sticking around. We were about to hear about a plant that supposedly saved the earth from staying hothouse climate. It was actually so hot that there were hippos in the Arctic. So lay it on us. Andrea. What was this plant that changed the world? The plant that seems to have driven. So much of this huge change is what you might call pon scam. It covered the Arctic Ocean soaking up mind-blowing amounts of carbon dioxide. And today, plant scientists are looking to a similar plan called duck weed to help control the climate. Once again, we don't have half a million years to do this, right, but we do have genetic tools..

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"cell division" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And again as it turns out the gene they identified and the processes they were able to reveal indra suffer learning are exactly the same as taking place in our brains the list of basic insights from fruit flies on human biology and disease is very long it includes the immune system the body's internal clock cell division and cancer and urological conditions from autism to outsiders for andreas prokop the sacrifice of millions of flies to these causes is easy to justify first of all flights are not considered as being true animals in the vegan sense therefore we are not requiring any home office permission to do experiments also as a human i must say that have very little problems in effecting these little animals are considered a pest at home guess people just wipe them away and kill them rather than protect them i have no problems in example and do you think of them here as in the sense of a lab conceivable almost jeannie similar flies you breathe all is there a sense that will they are living organisms so they demand some sort of respect in the way that you treat them we left off lies anyway we care for them as much as we can but if when the time has come the time has come either deposited discos mary quick on suffer during the process many of our procedures we do anyway by sleeping them on this carbon dioxide so the animals even under those conditions i'm from addresses perspective the most moral things that he is more experiments on flies so that fewer needs to be done on animals more closely related to us lab animals like mice and rats people should think about whether the kind of research does put in for example to be done on mouse work well that should be replaced actually by fly work too i work on the fundamentals this will be from across saving and it has a much bigger tons of quick advance and in that way i think we will have enormously i think it's the more efficient and therefore also more responsible research to replace the use of malls or other larger.

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"cell division" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"If is a flat earth to guess around shot that can only happen to midnights but you see lunar eclipses at all different times in the shadow of his old as always rounds which means house to be circle also one nooks the moon this is around shape if one looks at other planets you see things like moons orbiting of the planet stay themselves all around so there's lots of evidence that these things tend to be round the sun is round we'll kind of difficult to understand why the oath wouldn't be now i've never heard of any flat mas conspiracy theorists just okay well thank you for that push that donna we got a question from rob why haven't all bodies evolve ways to destroy concern also so festival can you explain to us was i shopped me weekends and why haven't we evolved to defeat cancer or have we cancer is uncontrolled cell division and it leads to formation of t moss which can cause losses in tissue function can eventually result in death so this is bad for our bodies so we would expect it to be selected against and potentially that we devolved not to get cancer but we do still see people get concept so i think beyond to this largely lies in how natural selection works to maximize reproduction we have old ways to prevent cancer at an early age so we have very efficient dna repair mechanisms which repair dna damage can lead to take actions which dr council and these what really well so you see concert because at a very low rate in younger people but in older people the rate of cancer increases because they're momaday shins that accumulate because the repair mechanisms won't one hundred percent effective so that there is that we haven't to prevent it completely because we want to maximize reproduction so you have selection to prevent cancer young age but it's not selection to prevent cancer indefinitely because the force of natural selection decreases with increased age because there's a low chance of freak duchesne so what we get is kind of a balance where.

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"cell division" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Everything this isn't a new problem i think we're going to mesh with machines i think that's what's going to happen i think the only answer is to figure out a way to mesh with where i think i think for sure when you look at medicine the idea is going to be you're gonna have a chip in your body that's going to read everything about what's going on in your body your cholesterol levels irregular cell division and all that doctoral skin that chip and be able to tell you what's happening just like how they tuned my tesla they to my tesla on a fucking computer nobody's in there with a wrench anymore changes compute on computer our bodies a little different bodies actually a very complicated compute and they even think that our body runs not on a binary code zeros and ones but maybe on a five code thing but it's still a code that's fucking blows my mind is that when whatever whatever cancer is an example of the brain tells one party or to start dividing again start creating cells okay well or just spend it or sell the same selves or colin zones so why why doing and they think the future of cancer therapy will be or at least part of it will be to actually scramble that code get into your brain and tell your brain to stop sending signals of cell division will we be alive for that i don't know shit cabins quickly though they say that like scientists now does the oath and it was never used to be happening scientists in india are sharing their findings scientists in sweden shits moving exponentially don't they say also the government has all this stuff like seven years before it hits the public so a lot of that's true.

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"cell division" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Yes structurally doing the right thing and it uh providing value for the light well let me ask you this mitek as i'm sure this was the question that the audience the listening audience would have as few why so is it it because of your expertise because you've seen proven results with other people who you've cited in probably a ton of other people that were not referencing here on and you've managed to adopt this to make it work for yourself on is is a guaranteed results because you know the formula you know you know you know the market you know what needs to happen in the back in the back office is is something that is guaranteed results for anybody who uh hires you on a consultancy basis so how we work are the way we work is essentially is almost like a growth ackerman elodie so what we do is will go in and wool essentially build a formula for success like i literally like a mathematical formula so i've got a client right now that we went in and they've got a very small retail side of the business and of small they they it's missile health and beauty products by a very small wholesale side of the business and so what we do is we go in and say okay well how do we how do we grow the business like what is the formula for us to grow and so for going to grow in the wholesale side and grow in the retail side like what it's that look like and so on the whole side did that formula might look like you know wholesale partners number of wholesale partners times the number of orders coming from this whole partners times the average border value uh of the the orders from the social partners equals wholesale grouse and so how do we basically take those variables than at this point and come back and say okay what initiatives can we pilots what relationships do i have what relationships do you have how can we basically put some initiatives and a growth pilot together to grow the whole cell division so we've got those three variables we've got partners number of orders and average value how can we get more partners.

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"cell division" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Science Friday

"They are not a law firm but they have the resources to keep you on the right path including advice from their network of independent attorneys all at your fingertips whether you want to take your business to the next level nor take control of your family's future with an estate plan legalzoom plugs right into your life so you can take care of the things that matter most and get off to a strong start in 2018 more information available at legalzoomcomnpr day legalzoom where life meets legal legalzoomcom slash friday this is science friday ira flavio now if i told you you could make your cells grow divide expand even die by simply pushing or polling on them it's a had thought that was the whole role of dna right signalling when sales should do that but now i would say your you've already seen in happening around you skin growing expanding to accommodate up a pregnancy right more skin bigger belly your your doctor says hey if you want to avoid losing bone mass asio perot's his go lift some weights encourage new bone growth so scientists physicians have known about this mechanical stimulation for many decades but only recently has the technology of smart robotics been brought into the picture here's here's a case in point a new robot described in the journal science robotics this week sets out to harness the power of polling when fastened along a pig's esophagus over a period of nine days the road by gently stretched the tissue by more than ten millimetres that's nine ten millimetres in nine days much of that from cell division alone so for babies born with rare birth defects cold esophageal a tree zsa this could make a real difference in their lives so why exactly did this work and what kinds of medical interventions could we perform with pushing and pulling prodding.

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"cell division" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is science friday i am i wrote flavio now and if i told you you could make your cells grow divide expand even die by simply pushing or pulling on them if they had thought that was the whole role of dna right signalling when sales should do that but now i would say your you've already seen in a happening around you skin growing expanding to accommodate the a pregnancy right more skin bigger belly your your daca says hey if you want to avoid losing bone matthaus the up roses go lift some weights encourage new bone growth so scientists physicians have known about this mechanical stimulation for many decades but only recently has the technology of smart robotics been brought into the picture is here's a case in point a new robot described in the journal science robotics this week sets out to harness the power of polling when fastened along of pigs esophagus over a period of nine days the robot gently stretch the tissue by more than ten millimetres that's nine ten millimetres in nine days much of that from cell division alone so for babies born with rare birth defects cold esophageal a tree zsa this could make a real difference in their lives so why exactly did this work and what kinds of medical interventions could we perform with pushing and pulling a prodding robots well that's what we're going to be talking about this how are you going to join us eight four four seven two four eight two five five eight four foresight hockey can also tweet us at seif fry now me to this my guests dana damien a lecturer director of the the.

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"cell division" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Now williams theory of antagonistic plea attributed picks up from this fact he hypothesize is that some of the genes that cause aging are selected four because they have other separate effects that maximize fitness and reproduction earlier in life which lake met award showed is more strongly selected foreign nature the same genes that make your skin sag and give you heart disease in old age might also make you extremely reproductively competitive when you're young so here's a really broad example how about genes that control the rate of cell division with yes oh hypothetical gene might be selected four because it makes cells divide more efficiently and if cells divide more efficiently it means you can rejuvenate tissues and heal wounds and grow faster when you're young but this same gene that causes prolific cell division could potentially be a problem later in life because what happens when cells are prone to divide a whole lot you could be prone to cancer cancer is runaway cell division cells that are not useful for the body or suddenly being created in in great abundance we'd which brings us back to be had her sore example that we touched on earlier yeah back in the first episode or you could think about something doing exactly the reverse you can have a gene that could increase a pop tosa signalling an a pop doses programmed cell death so a gene that that causes cell lines to die off more frequently and this would help prevent runaway cell lines from turning into cancer while you're young natural selection obviously would love this because it would select against organisms that get cancer when they're young and can't reproduce much but the exact same gene would caused tissues to deteriorate more with age because they undergo more an earlier cell death and in fact something like what i just described has actually been studied the example would be uh the gene p fifty three the p fifty three gene has been implicated in antagonists.

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"cell division" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I mean we already touched on the greenland shark fin i think we've gone more indepth them agreement churkin in the past on the show but a part of it is it's environment which is quite cold okay uh he also commented on the connection between the sole in the body the sole must stand in a different case in respect of its union with the body and in this at least a rings true hints to all things are at all times in a state of transition and are coming into being and passing away oh okay so this could be interpreted to mean something kind of like the fact that were constantly undergoing cell division yet and our bodies maintain them i mean obviously aristotle did know this but that our bodies maintain themselves through cell division and repair of tissues yes and then there's this quote speaking generally the longest live things occur among the plants example the date palm next in order we find at them among the sanguine us animals rather than among the bloodless and among those with feet rather than among the denizens of the water hints taking these two characters together the longest lived animals fall among sanguine us animals which have feet men in elephants will clearly we've learned how to make your aquarium fish live longer you transplants feed on to them this is at least as good quote as a matter of fact also it is a general rule that the larger live longer than the smaller for the other longlived animals to happen to be of a large size are also those i have mentioned now i'm sure this is not a hard and fast rule though i think there are probably some week correlations along these lines address serving we already touched on the dinosaur thing but that but certainly there are some examples of rather large animals that have longer lifespans within typical longevity yeah now air cells working theory though is that all of it revolves around moisture in an organism yes quote we must remember than an animal is by nature human and warm and do live is to be of such a constitution while old age is dry and cold and so is a corpse i think aristotle also tried to explain earthquakes by way of moisture and i may be miss remembering of.

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"cell division" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on The Pulse

"Dear mom i'm sorry i'm sorry for manipulating you stealing from you and ultimately taking control of your blood supply there i was a harmless single foulds i go just happily floating around your uterus i did some cell division to pass the time and then five or six days later a hit a wall by then i was a blast at this and i did what anyone in my position would do really a cosied up to your uterus involve sounds nice but truthfully back then i was a little bit of a pera say a use may outer layer of cells like ravenous snakes and embedded myself into your body and that's what i got the the sucking up oxygen delivery next those outer cells of mine called trophy blasts grew into clumps that fused with your blood vessels our blood never mix but i made countless chambers and filled them up the blood inside with yours the tissue that held up blood all mine and together that tissue and all those blood spaces became one of the strangest and in most fascinating oregon on earth a placenta imagine that months before you and i bonded out here in the world we shared in oregon i grew wrigley little bloodvessel projections bright into those big chambers of your blood so i could pass my waste out into your bloodstream so even then you had to clean up after me a little bit later i got demanding i really started in your blood supply for most animal species moms blood vessels remain safely hers but humans we are ruthless so slowly may cells begin taking control of some of your arteries a wide in them to get more blood more oxygen more nutrients after that are placenta started pumping out all sorts of hormones way before baby talk you and i had a kind of chemical communication so i could let your body know what i needed and this is where things gut day some of those chemicals lowered your blood pressure and increased your blood sugar you could have developed jurisdictional diabetes at best i probably made you a little a headed that worst i could have killed us both.

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"cell division" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"And this is actually named after sonic the hedgehog it it just happened upon that and random of weird one of its discoverers chose the name after his daughter brought a homey comic of sonic with her not even the game and what we can do you have in the game and what we can pedia on this it's just chili dogs all day long sonic hedgehog is one of three proteins in the mammalian signalling pathway family called hedgehog the others being desert hedgehog and indian hedgehog s h h is the best steady ligonde of the hedgehog signalling pathway it plays a key role in regulating vertebrate worth but we're going to genesis such is in the growth of digits of limbs and organisation of the brain syrup pill i can take to get rid of this gene from me splice it out replace it with like a a k e gene sonic hedgehog is the best established example of a morph ejn as designed as defined by lewis wolpert's frenchflagged flag model now they molecule that defuses to form a concentration gradient has different effects on the cells of developing embryo depending on his concentration and i mean we all know that as you age remains imported in the adult it controls the cell division of adult stem cells and has been implicated in the development of some cancers so signed signed hedgehog is a cancer i know it's going to all your calls is causes cancer but we're gonna of spices and figure out how to cancel kid knows gene is going to those the robotic gino you'll get a shadow the hedgehog gene in their luck and you put the genes on top of one another yet they enter log here uh get it so what are the best gene est get so edgy that the fucking cancers can't stick to the cells derived as you too busy fuck and sliding and shooting gun just cells gotta go fasting.

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"cell division" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You're also focused on lemerre's can you define a to a mere for listeners who don't know with as our lenders have heard of them they know some kind of an ageing thing but yeah give me the the slightly medical definition but one that everyone can understand cher okay fluky shoelace the chromosomes that have our genes that make us who we are are protected at the very end is at the very text by these t owners you look at your shoelace think of that string as your chromosomes sound so there's all your jeans there and at the very tip is this plastic aglet that protects them when it was down at craze right can't use the shoelace anymore we can't use that sell anymore when the chilling against you short so hyllner shorten we either uh cell division so like let's let's talk about immune cells we know so much about immune cells that's what we can measure look under the lamppost but this is an important system of aging so we are immune cells divide when we need to fight in an action so the more infections we had warren moon cells divide the shorter i town miscast so they can't fully repaired themselves to their original length and do that kinda full uh you know protection of the genome and so as we age and go through different uh stressors stress can also act as we call it sterile inflammation can cause and inflammatory response even though there's no antigen there's there's no nothing entered the body but aren't thought infected the body with a sterile information or science not good for talent as so uh and you know.

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"cell division" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The gut function were killing organisms as i mentioned before this from great research on how well i take a teaspoon or tablespoon rather of olive oil twice a day every day because it works wealth help to kill germs in the gut and we may recommend combo asians the probiotics we may recommend search men or garlic or vitamin c we could recommend any number of things but i want to learn about the mechanism first as opposed to throwing things you know on board whenever this inflammation or dna particular episode happens i want a prevented from happening but that only is done by learning about the body looking at all these areas she could have a food allergy and not realize it and so every other week or every other day she seating of food but antibodies have to bind to in flames the gut now you're not absorbing your vitamin c your immune system gets a little weaker there are lots of different possibilities but we want to run through all of these to maximize her her health you're one more question crappy of a i crappy iphone rickie fowler while cuba will damage any part of your body of course so remember kibo is a drug that is meant to kill living cells as their dividing your growing therefore stages of cell division in growth so kibo is meant to kill the cancer cells which are really just regular cells that are just growing superfast the not doing with the cells around them are doing they're just robe so they're tried to use things to kill the life cycle of the bad cells which in this in essence kill good cells to of course so there's lots of side effects from chemo and certainly a from radiation all right back i'm going to try to figure in ivory great love to help you out thank you for your call let's go next hugh pammy jersey how are you one click and my call calling for my car how ongoing poll after quite hormone care hongup herro okay sounds good i i your heart for practical walked lot i'm south therapy on awesome looked at 530 our website.

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"cell division" Discussed on This Week I Learned

This Week I Learned

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on This Week I Learned

"And how researchers to find meaningful as where things start to get interesting you see human dna contains gene mutations these are permanent alterations medina sequence that makes up a gene mutations can affect a single gene or even groups of genes and mutations are either inherited or they occur at some point during a person's life either from environmental factors like uv radiation from the sun or during cell division when dna copies itself and makes a mistake when these mutations happen and important sequences they are more likely to become harmful than beneficial and when we have kids some ever dna mutations are passed on kids with the collection of particularly bad mutations are more likely to die before having children of their own this is evolution way of ensuring that those bad mutations aren't passed on it's also why today most disease causing gene mutations are uncommon and the general public and this is how evolution stops bag mutations building up to dangerously high levels in species and this is where the researchers logic came in if most of our dna were functional we would accumulate a large portion of harmful mutations in very important sequences is just a matter of math to test this majority functionality theory researchers from the university of houston calculated how many children a couple would need to conceive so the evolution could still weed out enough bad mutations for merge genomes and it's a lot if an entire genome were functional couples would need to have around a hundred million children and almost all of them would have to die this of course is absurd but let's say that even a quarter of our genome was functional each couple would still have to have an average of four children with only two surviving into adulthood to prevent harmful mutations building up into these dangerous levels luckily this is not the case.

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"cell division" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"cell division" Discussed on Science Friday

"Support for science friday comes from destination medical center a strategic economic initiative in rochester minnesota to build global destinations for life science medicine and health learn more at d m c dot amen support for this podcast comes from atlantic rethink the branded content studio at the atlantic creator of the future according to now a new podcast that explores the innovations that will change our lives in the foreseeable future check out the future according to now from fidelity investments and atlantic rethink learn more at the atlantic dot com slash fidelity podcast the science friday i am i replayed oh diet tom's they are a type of singlecelled algae found all over the world they're considered a model organism a staple in labs studying ocean water quality they're like the little white mice used to study human health i'll dia tom's are that from marine microbiology research in fact they are so well studied that some facts about diet tom's seem irrefutable for instance we know that the only reproduce a sexually of course that means by a single cell division or so we thought until one of those happy accidents were always hearing about in science my next gas caught a subset of diet times in the act of sexual reproduction kimberly halls ease assistant professor in the department of microbiology in oregon state university dr jose woke up the science friday thank you very much these.

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