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The body size of mammals, determining by amount of hemoglobin's oxygen affinity, By Ramin Amirmardfar
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Mammals are found in different sizes in nature. Most of scientists believe that environmental circumstances and mammals' living style determine their body size. So scientists haven't been looking... More > forward to find a physiological factor for this size difference among mammals. But my research on animals and plants size has specified that there is a direct relationship between animals/plants size and blood/fluid circulatory system. The oxygen molecules enter into the blood from lungs and stick to the red cells. After moving a distance they reach the tissues and get separated from the red cells and then the cell uses it. What the oxygen molecules combine with hemoglobin and stick to red cells? What causes the oxygen molecules to get separated from the hemoglobin in tissues? And the most important point is that, what causes the oxygen molecules to get separated from the red cells sooner or later? The transfer of oxygen to the blood is done by circulation. So the reason is the oxygen's thickness or pressure.< Less
Crocodiles are not a reptile. Crocodile such as birds and mammals are a separate class, which have been derived from reptiles. By Ramin Amirmardfar
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I have found this matter for the first time that Crocodiles are not a reptile. Crocodile such as birds and mammals are a separate class, which have been derived from reptiles. Mammalian... More > four-chambered heart from a reptile-like three-chambered heart is extension of the septum (the wall dividing the chambers, lost of the right systemic arch and the left systemic arch persists). In birds, lost of the left systemic arch and the right systemic arch persist. The lineage leading to crocodiles evolved a four-chambered heart along a different pathway, keeping both systemic arches. Zoologists putting the land vertebrates in 4 classes (amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals). But I came to the conclusion that their crocodile are a separate class. As birds and mammals, with obtaining, four-chambered heart, have been derived from the class of reptiles and create a separate class. Crocodile also, have made four-chambered hearts and create a new class and has been derived from the reptile class.< Less
The amount of hemoglobin's oxygen affinity, determines the body size of mammals By Ramin Amirmardfar
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Mammals are found in different sizes in nature. Most of scientists believe that environmental circumstances and mammals' living style determine their body size. So scientists haven't been looking... More > forward to find a physiological factor for this size difference among mammals. But my research on animals and plants size has specified that there is a direct relationship between animals/plants size and blood/fluid circulatory system.< Less
Why giraffes will become short again? By Ramin Amirmardfar
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Elephants, rhinos, kangaroos, camels, all mammals evolved at the first time by small bulk animals. Mammals have managed to overcome gravity by the aid of 4-chambered hearts and strong blood... More > circulatory systems and making their bulks larger. But during the time a gradual increasing of gravity occurred, mammals failed against greater gravity and had to minimize their bulks. The process of minimizing the body size has continued up to now and will continue in the future Mammals will become gradually smaller.< Less
Lamarck & Darwin did wrong think about giraffes! By Ramin Amirmardfar
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Lamarck asked himself: Why do giraffes have been taller over time? And he achieves a wrong answer also. The bad question directed him to the wrong answer. Darwin asked himself: Why do giraffes have... More > been taller over time? And he achieve a wrong answer also. The bad question directed him to the wrong answer. I asked myself: Why all of mammals have been larger within a period of their life? Why all classes of land vertebrates (amphibians, reptiles, crocodiles, birds, mammals) have been larger within a period of their life? Why all classes of vertebrate, invertebrate, arthropods and plants have been larger within a period of their life? And I found a correct answer. The right and proper question directed me to the correct answer.< Less
Semi-open circulatory system By Ramin Amirmardfar
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Zoologists put all animals in the three groups: 1) Lack the circulatory system 2) Open circulatory system 3) Closed circulatory system But for the first time, I use the term "semi-open... More > circulatory system" and put the animals in four groups: 1) Lack the circulatory system 2) Open circulatory system 3) Semi-open circulatory system 4) Closed circulatory system Why did I do that? This classification helps to better reveal the relationship between the power of the circulatory system and the body size of the animals. This is a missing chain link in the classification of animals. Why scientists before I, were unable to discover, the relationship between power of circulatory system and size of the animals? Because they ignoring this chain link. I put the chain link in self-place and revealed the relationship between power of circulatory system and size of the animals.< Less
The process of animal evolution is predictable By Ramin Amirmardfar
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In most cases animal evolution takes place as a result of changing environmental factors. By changing environmental factors animals evolve to cope with environmental problems. If environmental change... More > is operating continuously in one direction, then we can predict the evolution of animals. Since the earth gravity is increasing continuously in one direction, the animals' reaction is predictable to it. We can predict new classes of vertebrates in the future. And structure of, their circulatory system.< Less
Cell Mans انسانهای سلولی By Ramin Amirmardfar
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در این مقاله سعی دارم به کمک... More > مقایسه ی جوامع انسانی با جوامع حشرات و جوامع سلولی آینده ی جوامع انسانی را پیش بینی کنم. پیشبینی کنم که جهت حرکت تعییرات در جوامع انسانی به کدام سمت است. تا جایی که من از این مقایسه ها دریافته ام جوامع انسانی در جهت ایجاد انسانهای سلولی حرکت میکنند و جوامعی در آینده پیروز میدان خواهند بود که اعضاء آنها هر چه بیشتر حجره ای باشند. من در اینجا تلاش میکنم توضیح دهم که جوامع انسانی چگونه به این مرحله خواهند رسید و کدام یک از جوامع کنونی اقدامات اولیه را انجام داده، به این سمت حرکت کرده، و از دیگر جوامع جلوتر است.< Less

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