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Inherited epigenetics produced record fast evolution

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The domestication of chickens has given rise to rapid and extensive changes in genome function. A research team at Linköping University in Sweden has established that the changes are heritable, although they do not affect the DNA structure.

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Jay Gatsby is by far my favorite character in the book because of the way he is and that is why I chose him to represent the theme song “Love Story” by Big Sean. While reading the novel the author made it very clear to me that Jay Gatsby has always been in love with Daisy Buchanan. Jay Gatsby loves Daisy and can’t get her off his mind. Ever since Jay Gatsby went to fight in the war he has had a crush on Daisy new he made a big mistake. He has finally met her again and realizes she lives right across the bay and can’t stop thinking about her. Gatsby wants her back so bad that he begins to show off his possessions and all his luxurious things to try and get Daisy to love him again. In the song I chose, Big Sean the singer talks about how he loves this girl and wants her very badly. This song very much relates to Jay Gatsby because he loves Daisy and wants her to fall in love with him again. The song is called a Love Story and this reminds me of Gatsby and Daisy and how they are falling in love again. Every time I hear the song “Love Story” by Big Sean it will remind of Jay Gatsby and how he has deep love for Daisy.


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The 6th National Congress on Pulmonary Embolism and Pulmonary Vascular Diseases & 4th International Symposium on Pulmonary Circulation Disorders | Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute (PVRI)

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