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Mutation Generated the Mankind

Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017    |    PP. 1-16    |PDF (429 K)|    Pub. Date: June 25, 2017
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Author(s)
Andrey N. Volobuev, Samara State Medical University, Samara, Russia
Eugene S. Petrov, Samara State Medical University, Samara, Russia
Paul K. Kuznetsov, Samara State Technical University, Samara, Russia

Abstract
On the basis of the mutational theory the process of Homo sapiens birth is investigated. The dependence of intellectual abilities of the man on features of a brain neuron structure in the early period of the man development is investigated. It is shown that Homo sapiens has appeared in result self-supported a temporary mutation of the brain neurons. The mutation has led to occurrence of a plenty of the brain free neurodendrites at early age which are quickly filled by the synaptic communications. This mutation is kept temporarily only in the early period of human life and is supported due to its training by human community. At absence of this mutation support the man does not leave an animal status. On the basis of Hardy - Weinberg law it is shown that at mutational influence on a population there is a disappearance of a mutational influence result for 4 - 5 generations.

Keywords
mutational influence, self-supported mutation, brain, neuron, neurodendrites, synaptic communications, anthropogenesis.

Cite this paper
Andrey N. Volobuev, Eugene S. Petrov, Paul K. Kuznetsov, Mutation Generated the Mankind, SCIREA Journal of Biology. Vol. 2 , No. 2 , 2017 , pp. 1 - 16 .

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