$mithbux The evolution in PTC
Posted: 01 February 2009 05:58 AM     [ Ignore ]  
Total Posts:  1
Joined  2009-02-01

SmithBux The evolution in PTC

- SmithBux 3 months old ,PTC Instant Payout with same system likes Neobux and Sandraclicks . SmithBux pre launched 22 October 2008 and grown fast everyday , don’t be late to try this Great Site .

Details for SmithBux

SmithBux Member Earning:
- $0.01 (1 Cent) per click.
- $0.01 (1 Cent) for every ad your referrals click.

Standard Membership
-Per click: $0.010 (standard view)
-Per referral click: $0.005 (standard view)

Golden Membership
-Per click: $0.010 (standard view)
-Per referral click: $0.010 (standard view)

The minimum payout amount is set at $5.00 (two US dollars) for your first payout request, $6.00 (three US dollars) for the second, $7.00 (four US dollars) for the third and so on until $10.00 (ten US dollars).
This means that when you reach or go beyond this limit, you can request your earned money.

Price for One year Golden Membership : $60

Renting price for each referral per month as Standard member: $0.30
Renting price for each referral per month as Golden member: $0.25
Referral pack : 3,10,20,30,50,70,100

Available feature : Jackpot and Megajackpot .


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Posted: 09 December 2009 07:40 AM   [ # 1 ]     [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]  
Total Posts:  1
Joined  2009-12-09

Another PTC site..Just completely a waste of time and money…You’ll be getting a small amount while spending huge on electricity and dsl..

Alicia Kay
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Posted: 13 May 2010 03:10 AM   [ # 2 ]     [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]  
I've Only Posted Once!
Total Posts:  9
Joined  2010-05-05

The ability to taste phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) is a classic phenotype that has long been known to vary in human populations. This phenotype is of genetic, epidemiologic, and evolutionary interest because the ability to taste PTC is correlated with the ability to taste other bitter substances, many of which are toxic. Thus, variation in PTC perception may reflect variation in dietary preferences throughout human history and could correlate with susceptibility to diet-related diseases in modern populations. To test R. A. Fisher’s long-standing hypothesis that variability in PTC perception has been maintained by balancing natural selection, we examined patterns of DNA sequence variation in the recently identified PTC gene, which accounts for up to 85% of phenotypic variance in the trait. We analyzed the entire coding region of PTC (1,002 bp) in a sample of 330 chromosomes collected from African (n = 62), Asian (n = 138), European (n = 110), and North American (n = 20) populations by use of new statistical tests for natural selection that take into account the potentially confounding effects of human population growth.
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