Microbes provide insights into evolution of human language

This discussion belongs to Translation news » "Microbes provide insights into evolution of human language".
You can see the translation news page and participate in this discussion from there.

Svetlana Belova  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 20:51
English to Russian
+ ...
Common ancestry Apr 27, 2014

Amazing finding. Another step to understanding our origin. It seems unbelievable that such a small bacteria can use the same type of communication as humans. Does it mean that every living creature on the Earth has common ancestry? There is so much to discover in our world.


To report site rules violations or get help, contact a site moderator:

Moderator(s) of this forum
Jared Tabor[Call to this topic]

You can also contact site staff by submitting a support request »

Microbes provide insights into evolution of human language

Advanced search

Protemos translation business management system
Create your account in minutes, and start working! 3-month trial for agencies, and free for freelancers!

The system lets you keep client/vendor database, with contacts and rates, manage projects and assign jobs to vendors, issue invoices, track payments, store and manage project files, generate business reports on turnover profit per client/manager etc.

More info »
memoQ translator pro
Kilgray's memoQ is the world's fastest developing integrated localization & translation environment rendering you more productive and efficient.

With our advanced file filters, unlimited language and advanced file support, memoQ translator pro has been designed for translators and reviewers who work on their own, with other translators or in team-based translation projects.

More info »

  • All of ProZ.com
  • Term search
  • Jobs
  • Forums
  • Multiple search