Category: Biology

Origin of Trees

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by Tom Hennigan and Jerry Bergman CRS Quarterly, Volume 47, Number 4 Spring 2011, pp. 260-270. Abstract: According to Genesis, trees were created on the third day of the Creation… Read more »

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The Ultrastructure of Lichen Cells—Part 1

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by Mark H. Armitage and George F. Howe CRS Quarterly, Volume 44 Number 1, Summer 2007, pp. 40-53. Abstract: Lichens are a life-form composed of a fungus called the “mycobiont,”… Read more »

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The Current Status of Baraminology

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by Todd C. Wood CRS Quarterly, Volume 43 Number 3, December 2006, pp. 149-158. Abstract: The biosystematic method of baraminology has grown significantly in the past decade. Its conceptual foundations… Read more »

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More Precise Calculations of the Cost of Substitution

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by Walter ReMine CRS Quarterly, Volume 43 Number 2, September 2006, pp. 111-120. Abstract: This paper extends the applicability and accuracy of the cost of substitution beyond its traditional range,… Read more »

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The Specified Complexity of Retinal Imagery

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by David E. Stoltzmann CRS Quarterly, Volume 43 Number 1, June 2006, pp. 4-12. Abstract: An optical image is a very organized and specified collection of information governed by the… Read more »

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Why Mammal Body Hair Is an Evolutionary Enigma

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by Jerry Bergman, Ph.D. Mammal body hair is a complex structure that involves several basic parts, including a shaft, a root, and a follicle. The most common theory currently in… Read more »

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