Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Mitochondrial Health

Jared Rutter (U. Utah, HHMI) 1: Mitochondria: The Mysterious Cellular Parasite

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10 thoughts on “Jared Rutter (U. Utah, HHMI) 1: Mitochondria: The Mysterious Cellular Parasite
  1. Note: at 6:29 he references “animal cells”, but the point he’s making applies equally well to any eukaryotic cell which has maintained its mitochondria.

  2. His slide on the origins of the mitochondria is likely wrong. The most convincing evidence is pegging the host as a simple archaeon. Check out Bill Martin’s hydrogen hypothesis and Nick Lane’s book Power, Sex, Suicide.

  3. This is a great presentation and makes me understand what “Mitocods’ are and how they work. I however wonder how this component of cell life and many other like it are as a result of evolution you are presenting them to us. Do you mean that the coding, programming, algorithm, precision and purposefulness, replicability displayed in these processes all happened by random chance. Do mean information processing procedure displayed in living cells all started by random chance and mutation. So information can emerge from the blues, coded and programmed and launched without designer and programmer? Please explain in a convincing way.

  4. Question: Is 140g of protein supplement combined with 7g bcaa too much and damaging to the liver of a 120lb 5 ft female in the long term?

  5. This is very nice and informative talk. Sir i have couple of questions regarding the ETS. My question is “how many numbers of electron transport system present in a single mitochondrion?”. & next question is “how mitochondria sense about their homeostasis and decided to go for mitophagy.”

  6. This is pure robotic work with clear programmed instructions to make this sophisticated factory of mechanical, chemical and electrical harmony, the more I learn about the cell, the more I want to meet the creator of these genius machines

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