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" It was the experience of mystery—even if mixed with fear—that engendered religion " (E INSTEIN 1954, p11). For early Homo sapiens , big-brained and naturally curious, the emergence of self-awareness and a na-scent awareness of mortality (perhaps as spandrels: as unavoidable consequences of increased brain size and intelligence) surely would lead to that(More)
  • C Montell
  • 1989
The fruitfly, Drosophila melanogaster, is an excellent organism for dissecting the components of vision genetically. Many mutations have been generated that affect a diversity of processes important in vision. Through a combined application of molecular and genetic approaches many of the genes important in Drosophila vision are now being identified.
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