Embryonic Organizers - Knowing Your Head from Your A..
June 14, 2016
When an embryo begins to grow, it must have a way to know the front from the back or the head from the tail. The "organizer" is the way life does this. As the below article states, "The organizer tissue instructs the surrounding cells to take part in body axes development, enforcing a certain developmental fate on them. Without an organizer, the embryo would not know where the head, the tail, the back and the belly should be. Mistakes in the regulation of body axes can lead to severe developmental defects, for example - the formation of Siamese twins".
The article goes on to say, "We conclude that this principle of the regulation of the embryonic axes existed already in the common ancestor of vertebrates and sea anemones more than 600 million years ago".
I suppose evolution would propose that the first living things didn't have the "organizer" feature. As a result, these organisms would literally not know it's head from it's butt. Then magically through random mutations, the function of the organizer would be created and embryos would begin to be built correctly. I suppose the question is how did any organisms survive in the first place if they didn't have an "organizer".
Doesn't it make much more sense to know that the organizer is a designed feature needed for the building of an embryo. The role of the organizer was originally coded in our DNA by God.
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