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Conceptualizing all ADP alive at any particular time to be literally connected by shared Ka horizontally one to the other or breadthways may help in understanding the idea of a biogenetically based impetus for a collective human relations orientation discussed above.
In doing so, scientists can begin to map how these neurochemicals, which are within the phylogenetic chain, biogenetically emerged and gave rise to the behavioral propensity of pair-bonding emotions in brain structures so as to predispose those species to subsequent nurturing behaviors.
To date, only one biogenetically engineered food, the Flavr-Savr tomato, has been certified as marketable by the Food and Drug Administration.
Its closeness to the medical system may be due to a shared concept of alcoholism as a biogenetically caused disease (see Spinatsch, 1988).
Biogenetically engineered products for agricultural, pharmaceutical, medical and other commercial applications are the new world order "gold mines," and they are the new reasons why transnational corporations want access to lands and natural resources - and even to human genes.
When I'm asked to imagine the artistic potential of a material such as amber, or even its rock-candy substitute copal, it's not Frederick, Peter the Great, or 18th-century palace decoration that come to mind, but the material that preserved the DNA from which dinosaurs were biogenetically engineered in the movie Jurassic Park, 1993.
There is, on the one hand, the still prevalent, ill-informed and substantially racist argument that African-Americans are biogenetically different, distinct and uniquely endowed with some presumed gene-based, race-linked capacity for sports achievement.
But their curiosity leads to horrific death and destruction as they inadvertently unleash the most terrifying weapon the world has every known: a massive, biogenetically enhanced python with lightning-fast reflexes and a voracious appetite for human flesh.
Though these biogenetically based constructs as applied in the centered African literature may appear to be nomina nuda in Western-based personology, the slight familiarity of the last one--to wit, "[t]he collective is that part of the human mind which contains the mental records of one's ancestors and is that body of knowledge developed by our ancestors and accumulated" (King, 1990, 20)--should be sufficient enough to inspire going forward.