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Albert Kluyver "From elephant to...bacteria-it is all the same!" What did he mean?

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  1. "From elephant to butyric acid bacterium – it is all the same", Albert Kluyver.

    He commented on his principle of "unity in biochemistry", which says that all living organisms are similar in different ways. A comparative study of bacteria will let us gain insight into higher organisms.

    You can read more about it in:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Kluyver
    and other articles.

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  2. Thank you very much!

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