epigenesis

NOUN
  1. a geological change in the mineral content of rock after the rock has formed
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  • This literature shows that symbiogenesis, interspecific fusions (hybridogenesis, gene transfers of various types, karyotypic fissioning, and other forms of acquisition of "foreign genomes" or epigenesis) are more important than the slow gradual accumulation of mutation or sexual mergers. Behe and Gene discuss the Evolution of the Flagellum
  • Its "epigenesis" is shown to be a literary example of the phases of cell division, with discussions of its prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. The Dream of Mind and Machine
  • Yet typically discussions of epigenesis and preformation have focused on individual organisms and their development rather than on species. Epigenesis and Preformationism
  • Yet their experiments ultimately led to new approaches and revised interpretations of what was at issue with epigenesist and preformationist accounts of development. Epigenesis and Preformationism
  • Wolff was an epigenesist, maintaining that form emerges only gradually; Bonnet was a preformationist, insisting that form exists from the beginning of each individual organism and only experiences growth over time. Epigenesis and Preformationism
  • This literature shows that symbiogenesis, interspecific fusions (hybridogenesis, gene transfers of various types, karyotypic fissioning, and other forms of acquisition of "foreign genomes" or epigenesis) are more important than the slow gradual accumulation of mutation or sexual mergers. Behe and Gene discuss the Evolution of the Flagellum
  • Thus, discussions of epigenesis and preformation often bring in other ancillary questions and are difficult to separate from their contexts. Epigenesis and Preformationism
  • He did not assume that an inert and common matter was sufficient for a plausible formulation of a theory of mechanical epigenesis.
  • [3] S.A. Kauffman (1971) Cellular homeostasis, epigenesist and replication in randomly aggregated macromolecular systems. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • Lenny Moss (2003) identifies two gene concepts: the preformationist gene, Gene-P, defined by its relationship to a phenotype, is of instrumental utility for molecular geneticists ” for example, the BRCA1 gene is used to predict breast cancer risk; the epigenesist gene, The Human Genome Project
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