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This is Scientific American's 60 second Science. I am Steve Mersky. Get a minute?
Two years ago, Duke University Medical Center Researchers said that the ... useless appendix. It actually work good got back .. safely hand up some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team has looked at the appendix over evolutionary history. They found that animals have appendix for about 18 million years. And the organ of all separately at this tries, once among the weird Australia Marsupial and another time the regular mammal lineage that we belong to. Darwin thought that only a few animals have appendix, and the human vergen was what was left our digestive organ calls the sicam. But the new study found that 70% of rotten .. primate groups have species with the appendix. And some leaving animals have a sigma and the appendics. If Darwin had known about spicies that have both organs, he probably would revise this views of this appendix the researcher note. Ironically, it is natural selection that keeps the u appendix from tricking away completely. Because smaller ones are more likely to become affected, and keep your genes out of the pool.
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Steve Mirsky. Got a minute?
Two years ago, Duke University Medical Center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions.
Now the research teams look at the appendix over evolutionary history. They found that animals had appendixes for about 80 million years and the organ has evolved separatly at least twice, once among the weird Australian marsupials and another time in the regular old mammal in the age that we belong to.
Darwin thought that only a few animals have appendix and the human version was what was left by digest organ called the cecum. But the new study found that 70% of rodent and primate * have species with an appendix. And some living animals have a cecum and an appendix. If Darwin had known about the species that had both organs, he probably would have revised his views of the appendix in the researcher’s note.
Ironically, it’s natural selection that keeps the human appendix from shrinking away complete, because smaller ones are more likely to become effected and keep your genes out of the pool.
Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Steve Mirsky.
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This is Scientific American, 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Mirsky. Got a

mintues?
Two years ago, Duke University medical center researchers said these supposely

useless appendix is actually worked good got bacteria safely hide out during

some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team is looking at the

appendix over the revolutionary history. They found that animal's appendixes

for abount 80 million years, and the organism are separately at least twice

once among the Australian ... and at another time the regular old mammal

lineage that we belong to. Darwin fought that only a few animals have an

appendix and that the ...version was what was left us a digestive organ called

the cecum. But the new study found 70% of the rodent and primate groups have

species with an appendixe, and some living ainimals have a cecum and a

appendix. If Darwin had known about species have both organs, he probably would

revise his views of the appendix the researcher note. Ironically it's natural

selection that keeps the appendix from tranking the way completely, because

smaller ones are more likely to become effectived and keep your genes out of

the pool.
Thanks for the mintue for the Scientific American, 60-Second Science. I'm Steve

Mirsky.
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This is Scientific American’s 60 Second Science. I’m Steve Mirsky. Got a minute?

Two years ago, the Duke University medical center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team has looked at the appendix over evolutionary history. They found animals have had appendixes for about 80 million years. And the organ has evolved separately at least twice: once among the weird Australian * and another time in the irregular mammal lineage that we belonged to.

Darwin thought that only a few animals had appendix and that the human version was what was left of digest organ called the caecum. But the new study found that 70 percent of rotten to primary groups have species with appendix, and some living animals have the caecum and the appendix. If Darwin had known about the species that have both organs, he probably would revise his views of the appendix the researchers note.

Ironically, it’s natural selection that keeps the human appendix from shrinking away completely because smaller ones are more likely to become affected and keep your genes out of the pool.

Thanks for the minute for the Scientific American’s 60 Second Science. I’m Steve Mirsky.
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This is Scientific American's 60 seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky. Got a minute?

Two years ago, Duke University Medical Center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team has looked at appendix over evolutionary history. They found that animals have had appendixes for about 80 million years and the organ has evolved separately at least twice. Once among the wierd Australian marsupials and another time in the regular old mammal lineage that we belong to. Darwin thought that only a few animals have an appendix and that the human version was what was left of a digestive organ called the cecum. But the new study found that 70% of rodent and primate groups have species with an appendix and some living animals have a cecum and appendix. If Darwin had known about species that had both organs, he probably would have revised his views of the appendix, the researchers note. Ironically, it's natural selection that keeps the human appendix from shrinking away completely. Because smaller ones are more likely to become infected and keep your genes out of the pool.

Thanks for the minute. For Scientific American's 60 seconds science, I'm Steve Mirsky.
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this is scientific american s 60 sec science  i m steve mirsky got a min?

  2years ago duke uni medical  center researchers said that this supposedly useless appendix is actually where  a good  bactria safely ve some unplesant   intestincal   conditions
   now the research team has looked  at the   appendix over revolutionery  history  they find animal ve independs for abt 80 million years and organise involve separately at least twice.once among the austrilla mars CERPU??
and another time regular mammal lineaged we belong to

   darwin thought that only a few animals have appendix that human version was wht was left  by digestive organ called cecum.  but recent study  found
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   ironically it s natural selection  that  keep ??   appendixes from shrinkin  away    compeletely  becuz  smaller ones  are more likely to become infected
keep ur genes out of the poor.

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This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Mirky, got a minute?



Two years ago, Duke University Medical Center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually were good got back materials safely heighted up until some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research teams looked at the appendix's over evolutionary history, they found that animals have appendixes for about 8 million years. And the organs involved separately at least twice. Once among they veered Australia MCPOs, and another time, the regularly menmal liner age that we belong to.



Though one thought that only a few animals have appendix and the human version what was left of a digestive organ called the cecum. But the new study found that 70% of roaden and primate groups have species with an appendix, and some living animals have the cecum end in the appendix. If Darwin had known about species that have both organs, he probably would // advise these views of appendix to research note.



Ironically, it's natural selection that keeps // appendix from shrinking away completely, because smaller ones are more likely to become fated and keep your genes out of the poor.



Thanks for the minute for the Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Mirky.


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[Homework]【整理】SSS 2009-08-24

Two years ago, Duke University Medical Center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team has looked at the appendix over evolutionary history. They found that animals have had appendixes for about 80 million years and the organ has evoved separately at least twice. Once among the weird Australian marsupials and another time in the regular old mammal age lineage that we belong to. Darwin thought that only a few animals have an appendix and the human version was what was left of a digestive organ called cecum. But the new study found that 70 percent of rodent and primate groups have species with an appendix and some living animals have a cecum and an appendix. If Darwin had known about species that had both organs, he probably would revise his views of the appendix the researchers note. Ironically, it's natural selection that keeps human appendix from shrinking away completely, because smaller one are more likely to become infected and keep your genes out of the pool.

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This is Scientific Americans Sixty Second Science, I'm Steve Wersky. Gotta a minute?

Two years ago, Duke University Medical Center researcher said that it's possibly useless appendix is actually where good got becterias safely hide out some unpleasant intestidal conditions. Now the research team looks the appendix over revolutionary history. They found that animals aveet appendix for about eighty million years, and the organ involve seperately at least twice. Once among the wierd Australian Marsobills, and another time the regularal mammal lineage that we people belong to.

Darwin thought that only a few animals have appendix, and the uninin version was what was left digest of organ called the seecom. But the new study found that seventy percent of rodom than primate groups have species with appendix, and some living animals have seedom and appendix. If Darwin has known about species and both organs, he probably would provised his views of the appendix the researchers note.

Ironically, it's the Natural Selection keeps use the appendix from shrinking away completely, because smaller ones are more likely to government affected, and keep your genes out of pull.

Thanks for the minute, for Scientific Americans Sixty Second Science, I'm Steve Wersky.
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Ironically, it’s natural selection that keeps the human appendix from shrinking away completely. Because smaller ones are more likely to become infected. And keep your genes out of the pool.????
the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions. ???
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[Homework]【整理】SSS 2009-08-24

This is scientific american's sixty second science, I am Steve Murstky, got a minute?
Two years ago, Duke University medical center reaserchers said that the supposely useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide during some unpleasent intestinal conditions. Now the reaserch team has now looked at the appendix over evolutionary history. They said that animals who had appendixes for over 80 million years. And the organises involved seperately at least twice. Once among the weird Australian muscles, and the other time among the regular old mammal lineage that we belong to. Darwin thought that only a few animals have appendix and the human version was what was left the digest organ called the sicken. But the new study found that 70% of rodent and primate groups  have speices with an appendix. And some living animals have a cecum and an appendix. If Darwin had known about speices that have both orgams, he would probably revised his views of the appendix the reaserchers note. Ironically it's a natural selection that keeps human appendix from shrinking away completely because smaller ones are more likely to become effected and keep your genes out of the pool.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Two years ago Duke University Medical Center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually good gut bacteria safely hide out during unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team has looked at the appendix over evolutionary history. They found that animals have had appendixes for about 80 million years. And the organism evolved seperately at least twice, once among the werid Australian marsupials and another time in a regualr mammal lineage that we belong to.
Darwin thought that a few animals have an appendix and that the human version was what were left of digestive organ called caecum. But new study found 70% rodent and primite groups have species with appendixes and some living animals had a caecum and an appendix. If Darwin had known about the species that had both organs , he probably would've revised his views of the appendix,the researchers note.
Ironically, it's the natural selection that keeps the human appendix from shrinking away completely because smaller ones are more likely to become infected and keep your genes out of the pool.
Two years ago Duke University medical center researchers said that the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions. Now the research team has looked the appendix over evolutionary history. They found that animals have had appendixes for about 80 million years. And the organ has evolved separately at least twice, once among the weird Australian M and another time in the regular old mammal L that we belong to. Darwin thought that only a few animals have an appendix and that ** was what was left of a digestive organ, called the cecum. But the new study found that 70 percent of rodent and primate groups have species with an appendix, and some living animals have a cecum and an appendix. If Darwin had known about species that have both organs, he probably would have revised his views of appendix, the researchers note. Ironically it’s natural selection that keeps the appendix from tricking away completely, because smaller ones are more likely to become infected, and keep your genes out of the pool.
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[Homework]【整理】SSS 2009-08-24

Two years ago Duke university medical center researcher said the supposedly useless appendix is actually where good gut bacteria  (肠,肠子) safely hide out during some unpleasant intestinal conditions, now the research team look the appendix over the evolutionary history, they found that the animals had appendix for about 80 million years, and the organ had involve separately at least twice,once among the weird Austrian marsupial and the other time the regular old mammals lineage that we belong to.
Darwin thought that there were only a few animals have the appendix and the human version was what was left of our digest organ called cecum 盲肠 and, but the new study found 70 percent of rodent and primate group had speices with appendix, and some living animals have cecum and appendix if Darwin have known  about the speices have both the organs. He probably would revised his view of appendix the researchers note
Ironically it's natural selection that keeps the appendix from shrinking away completely, because smaller ones are more likely to become affected and keep your genes out of the pole

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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