The Human Superorganism

Author: Rodney Dietert, PhD
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101983914
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Ultimately, this book is not just about microbes; it is about a different way to view humans.

Darm Mit Charme

Author: Giulia Enders
Publisher: Ullstein eBooks
ISBN: 3843707111
Size: 22.41 MB
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In diesem Buch erklärt die junge Wissenschaftlerin Giulia Enders, was die medizinische Forschung Neues bietet und wie wir mit diesem Wissen unseren Alltag besser machen können.

Big Brains And The Human Superorganism

Author: Niccolo Leo Caldararo
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498540880
Size: 53.76 MB
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This book examines why humans have big brains, what big brains enable us to do, and how specialized brains are associated with eusociality in animals.

The Brain

Author: David Eagleman
Publisher: Pantheon Verlag
ISBN: 3641183154
Size: 45.60 MB
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Der renommierte Neurowissenschaftler David Eagleman nimmt uns mit auf die Reise durch das Gewirr aus Milliarden von Hirnzellen und Billionen von Synapsen – und zu uns selbst.

Here On Earth

Author: Tim Flannery
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802195601
Size: 64.96 MB
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But if the global human superorganism survives and evolves, its surveillance
systems and initiatives to optimise ecosystem function raise the prospect of an
intelligent Earth—an Earth that would, through her global human superorganism,
be able to foresee malfunction, instability or other danger, and to act with
precision. If that is ever achieved, the greatest transformation in the history of our
planet would have occurred, for Earth would then be able to act as if it were, as
Francis Bacon ...

Type 1 Diabetes An Issue Of Endocrinology And Metabolism Clinics Of North America

Author: Desmond A. Schatz
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 1455700274
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THE HUMAN SUPERORGANISM Only a fraction of the microbiota that associate
closely with people has been genetically characterized and identified. With the
advent of new technologies that enable characterization of previously
noncultivatable microbes, it is becoming clear that a vastly larger number of
microbial species than previously thought shares a common environment with
the human host.4 People are born with a genome that is almost exclusively
human, but in the first ...

Ph Nomen Honigbiene

Author: Jürgen Tautz
Publisher: Spektrum Akademischer Verlag
ISBN: 9783827418456
Size: 42.42 MB
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Das vorliegende Buch lässt den Leser teilhaben am aktuellen Stand des Wissens und an den oft bahnbrechenden Erkenntnissen, die in den vergangenen Jahren – nicht zuletzt von der Arbeitsgruppe um Jürgen Tautz in Würzburg – gewonnen ...

For Whose Benefit

Author: Patrik Lindenfors
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319508741
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This book takes the reader on a journey, navigating the enigmatic aspects of cooperation; a journey that starts inside the body and continues via our thoughts to the human super-organism.

The Biologist S Imagination

Author: William Hoffman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199361320
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Humanmicrobe coevolution joins the estimated 23,000 proteincoding human
genes with 3 to 5 million microbial genes, constituting a human superorganism, a
vastly expanded genetic universe for probing the secrets of human health and
disease. Genomic medicine based on human genes alone generates tens to
hundreds of billions of dollars of economic activity in the United States,
depending on how it is defined and measured. Human microbiomic medicine,
barely out of the birth ...

Is The Planet Full

Author: Ian Goldin
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191017450
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Using a medium World Energy Council energy use scenario, and a medium
United Nations Population Division scenario of 9.3 billion people, human
sociometabolism is on course to reach 48 TW by 2050 (Haberl 2006: 94), 32 per
cent of terrestrial GPP and 64 per cent of NPP (Table 8.3). The biomassderived
component of metabolism is expected to rise to around 20 TW, or 28 per cent of
terrestrial NPP (Table 8.3). The human superorganism would be consuming one
third of the ...