This book examines life not from the reductionist point of view, but rather asks the questions: what are the universal properties of living systems, and how can one construct from there a phenomenological theory of life that leads naturally to complex processes such as reproductive cellular systems, evolution and differentiation? The presentation is relatively non-technical to appeal to a broad spectrum of students and researchers.Turinga#39;s theory partially answers the first question for the positional information. However, in spite ... molecular biology view based on the interplay between intracellular gene regulatory dynamics and diffusive signal molecules. What we needanbsp;...
|Title||:||Life: An Introduction to Complex Systems Biology|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2006-09-14|