rockytrails wrote:I'm going to go back and read your posts. Maybe you mentioned this already. Do you think pairs of chromasones are accurate or the DNA passes other ways? Seems to me the DNA of brain would be entire brain. Interesting though. I would think with only 20 to 40 pair of chromasones (don't remember the number) that entire brain would be in 1. Interests me but only to learn from. Keep posts going.
When a fetus develops, the very first part that forms is either the cerebrum or the cerebellum. Everything else comes from the information that was contained there. I would guess it's the cerebellum. This information is somewhere that I actually remember so I'll check on that and get back to you. It actually may be a clue.