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[自然百科] 【整理】2009-08-03 为何婴儿大多拥有蓝色眼睛?

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Hi, it’s Kasey gardener for "Why Tell Me Why". This we prove a sir ofquestion about baby eye color,the question was why lots of babies born wihe blue eyes.I was instructed it's a true statement,but it is in fact a true statement.
Actually I think most babies are ,I don't have an exactly number for you,uh,as understand why,you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from.The color of the eye is determnind by the pegment which is color paticles in the back part of the areas.and pegment in the main teshu of the eyes,and this about is actuallu seperatly,so when a baby is born,the pegment in the back part of the areas of  the healthy areas is already formed,and the pegment in the main teshu of the areas isn't,this pegment called milalion.A baby would be born with pegment right here on the botten area,and they would be born in the same way,everybody has the sales that make milalion,in the people who have blue eyes their sales are just not activaded to produce the milalion,and that's determined by the genes.In babies who go on to have brown eyes by 6 months or a year,their genes have determined that themselves will produce milalion,and that happens over that first year of life,in babies who go on to have blue eyes,there are thousands of programs by the genes to produce milalion,and their eyes will remain blue as they were birth
so how many sails are stacting air,how hard the light,how much light has to get through all those sales will also impact the shains,of greens and blues and browns and haicles,because the light is bowcing a lot around.
so this is actually a cross racers,uh,this is,this is a normal development of the cycle of the eye,so a baby who will have darkly pegment skin and darkly pegment eyes as say the one year mark can be born with blue eyes,simply because the milalion has not yet been generated in the tesuis of the eyes.
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Hi, it’s Kasey Gardner from why tell me why. This week we’ve received a question about baby eye color. The question was why most babies born with blue eyes and I wasn’t sure that was a true statement but it is in fact the true statement.
Actually we think most babies are. I don’t have an exact number for you, and to understand why you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from. The color of the eye is determined by the pigment which is color particles in the back of the irus, and pigment in the main tissue of the irus. And these’re developed acually separately so when a baby’s born the pigment in the back part of the irus of the health irus is already formed and pigment in the main tissue of the irus isn’t. This pigment is called melloman. A baby would be born with pigment right here on this bottom layer and they would all be born the same way. Everyboy has the cells that make melloman in the people who have blue eyes though cells are just not activated to produce the melloman and that is determined by their genes. In babies who go on to have brown eyes by 6 months or a year their genes have determined that their cells will produce melloman and that happens over that first year of life. In the babies who go on to have blue eyes their cells are not programmed by the genes to produce melloman and their eyes will remain blue as they are at birth. So how many cells are stacked in there how hard the light, how much the light has to do to get through all those cells will also in packed in a little cream shades of greens, blues, browns and hazels because the light is bouncing around a lot. So this is actually a crossraces. This is the normal development cycle of the eye. So a baby who will have darkly pigmented skin and darkly pigmented eyes as say the one year mark can be born with blue eyes, simply because the melloman has not yet um, been generated in the tissues of the irus.
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Hi, it’s from why tell me why.
This week we received the question about baby eye color. The question was, why are most babies’ born with blue eyes? And I wasn’t sure that was true statement, but it is in fact a true statement. Actually, we think most babies are, I don’t have an exact number for you. And to understand why, you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from? The color of the eyes is determined by the pigment which is color particle in the back part of the iris and pigment in the main tissue of the iris, and these developed actually separately, so when a baby is born, the pigment in the back part of the iris of the healthy iris, is already formed, and the pigment in the main tissue of the iris isn’t, this pigment is called melanin, a baby will be born with pigment right here on this bottom layer, and they would all be born in the same way, everybody has the cells that make the melanin, in the people who have blue eyes, those cells are just not activated to produce the melanin, and that’s determined by their genes, in baby’s who go on to have brown eyes by six months or a year, their genes have determined that their cells will produce melanin, and that happened over that first year of life, in babies’ who go on to have blue eyes, their cells are not programmed by the genes to produce melanin, and their eyes will remain blue as they were at birth, so how many cells are stacked in there, how hard the life, how much the life have to do to get through all those cells will also impact in a little of green’s and blue’s and brown’s and hazel’s because the life is bouncing around a lot. So these are actually a cross races, and, this is a normal development cycle of the eye, so a baby who will have darkly pigment in skin and darkly pigment at eyes. As I say?/ the one year mark can be born with blue eyes, simply because the melanin
has not yet been generated in the tissues of the iris.
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本帖最后由 fionainnicemood 于 2009-8-6 13:04 编辑

Hi it's Kasey for “why tell me why”. This week we’ve received a question about baby eye color. The question was “why are most babies formed blue eyes?” And I wasn't sure that's a true statement but it is in fact a true statement. Actually we think most babies are I don't have an exact number for you. And to understand why you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from. The color of the eye is determined by the pigment which is color particles in the back part of the iris and pigment in the main tissue of the iris. And these develop actually separately. So when a baby is born, the pigment in the back part of the iris of a healthy iris is already formed. And the pigment in the main tissue of the iris isn't this pigment is called melanin. A baby would be born with pigment right here on this bottom layer. And they would all be born in the same way. Everybody has the cells that make melanin. In the people who have blue eyes those cells are just not activated to produce the melanin and that's determined by their genes. And babies who go on to have brown eyes by 6 months or a year. Their genes have determined that their cells will produce melanin and that happens over that first year of life. And babies who go on to have blue eyes their cells are not programmed by the genes to produce melanin. And their eyes will remain blue as they were at birth. So how many cells are stacked in there, how hard the light, how much the light has to do to get through all those cells will also impact and it will create shades of greens and blues and browns and hazels because the light is bouncing around a lot. So this is actually a cross races. This is the normal development cycle of the eye. So a baby who will have darkly pigment in skin and darkly pigment in eyes as they the one year mark can be born with blue eyes, simply because the melanin has not yet been generated in the tissues of the iris.

前面同志们很多单词拼写错误,这里纠正了。另外,前面不是“why are most babies borned of (with) blue eyes”, 应该是why are most babies formed blue eyes? 大家仔细听听,那个formed 类似于 borned of, 所以可能会写成borned of, 但绝对不是 borned with.
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Hi, it’s Kasey-Dee Garner for why, tell me why. This week we received a question about a baby eye color. The question was why most babies are born with blue eyes. And I was not sure whether it’s a true statement. But it is in fact a true statement.

Actually we think most babies are, I don’t have exact number for you, um, and to understand why, you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from. The color of the eye is determined by the pigment which is color particles in the back part of the iris, and pigment in the mean tissue of the iris and this develops actually separately. So when a baby is born, the pigment in the back part of the iris, of the * iris, is already formed and the pigment in the mean tissue of the iris isn’t. The pigment is called melanin. A baby will be born with pigment right here on this bottom layer. And they will all be born in the same way. Everybody has the cells that make melanin. In the people who have blue eyes, those cells are just not activated to produce the melanin. And that’s determined by their genes. In babies who go on to have brown eyes by 6 months or a year, their genes have determined that their cells will produce melanin. And that happens over that 1st year of life; in babies who go on to have blue eyes, their cells are not programmed by the genes to produce melanin, and um those eyes will remain blue as their were at birth. So how many cells are starching there? How hard the light, how much the light has to get through all those cells will also impact a little *?
of greens, blues, browns, hazels, because the light is bouncing around a lot.


So this is actually a cross races, um, this is a normal development, the cycle of the eye. So a baby who will have dark pigment in skin or dark pigment at the eyes * say one year mark can be born with blue eyes simply because the melanin has not yet been generated in the tissues of the iris.
本帖最后由 dorisever 于 2009-8-8 09:24 编辑

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Hi, it’s Kasey-Dee Gardner for Why? Tell Me Why? This week we received a question about baby eye color. The question was “why are most babies born with blue eyes”.
And I wasn’t sure that was a true statement, but it is in fact a true statement.

Actually we think most babies are, I don’ t have an exact number for you, and to understand why, you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from.

The color of the eye is determined by the pigment which is color particles in the back part of the iris, and pigment in the main tissue of the iris. And these develop actually separately. So when a baby is born, the pigment in the back part of the iris of the healthy iris is already formed, and the pigment in the main tissue of the iris isn’t. This pigment is called melanin

A baby would be born with pigment right here on this bottom layer. And they would all be born the same way. Everybody has the cells that make melanin.

In the people who have blue eyes, those cells are just not activated to produce the melanin. And that’s determined by their genes. In babies who go on to have brown eyes by six month or a year, their genes have determined that their cells will produce melanin and that happens over that first year of life. In babies who go on to have blue eyes, their cells are not programmed by the genes to produce melanin. And their eyes will remain blue as they were at birth.

So how many cells are stacked in there, how hard the light, how much the light has to do to get through all those cells, will also impact and it will create shades, of greens and blues and browns and hazels, because the light is bouncing around a lot.

So this is actually across races? Uh this is a, this has been normal development cycle of the eye. So a baby who will have darkly pigment in skin, and darkly pigment at eyes.

Ah, I say the one, one year mark can be born with blue eyes, simply because the melanin has not yet been generated in the tissue of the iris.
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Hey Kesey guardner for Why tell me why? This weekly question is about babies’ eye color.The question is about why most babies are born with blue eyes?I  am not sure that ‘s ture,steamen,but it’s a fact ture steamen.Actually,we think most babies are,I don’t have exact number for you.Ur.i do understand why yo where tu have to understand the color of this eye is coming from.The color of eye is determined by the pigman which is color part is back of the eyes.The pigman is the mean teasue of the erys.And this’s developed actually separately.So when the baby is born,the pigman is part of the manris is already formed.Pigman in the main mean teasue of eyes isn’t.This is tipically called,manualen.Baby born with pigman is right here under this farmlal.And they were all born in the same way.Everybody has the cell that makes manualen.In the people who has blue eyes those cells are just not ativated to produce the manualen,thatis determined by the genes.In baby who was going on from blue eyes to brown eyes by six months or a year.The genes have determined the cell to produce the manualen.That happened over the first year of their life.Baby who is going on to have the blue eyes to.those cells to have the program by the genes to produce the manualen.And their eyes remain blue as they were borth.So how many cells are starting there,how high they are,and how much get through the water and also are packed in the same liquiored shapes of greens,blues ,or browns and hesorss.because the bansors is bonced around the light.This’s actually called the resource,and this is normally
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Hi, it’s Kasey D. Gardner for “Why? Tell me Why”. This week we received a question about baby eye color. The question was: why are most babies born of the blue eyes? And I wasn’t sure that was a true statement, but it is in fact a true statement.

Actually we think most babies are. I don’t have an exact number for you. And to understand why, you have to understand where the color of the eye comes from. The color of the eye is determined by the pigment which is color particles in the back part of the iris and pigment in the main tissue of the iris. And these develop actually separately. So when a baby is born, the pigment in the back part of the iris, of the healthy iris, is already formed, and the pigment in the main tissue of the iris isn’t. This pigment is called melanin. A baby would be born with pigment right here, on this bottom layer. And they would all be born the same way. Everybody has the cells that make melanin. In the people who have blue eyes, those cells are just not activated to produce the melanin. And that’s determined by their genes. In babies who go on to have brown eyes by six months or a year, their genes have determined that their cells will produce melanin, and that happens over that first year of life. And babies who go on to have blue eyes, their cells are not programmed by the genes to produce melanin, and their eyes will remain blue as they were at birth. So how many cells are stacked in there, how hard the light, how much the light has to do to get through all those cells or also impact and it will create shades, of greens and blues and browns and hazels, because the light is bouncing around a lot.

So this is actually a cross races?

Uh, this is, this has been normal development cycle of the eye. So a baby who will have darkly pigment in skin, and darkly pigment at eyes, uh, I’d say the one, one year mark, can be born with blue eyes, simply because the melanin has not yet been generated in the tissues of the iris.
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