Replication of Cells, Organisms and Other Entities.
Fundamental Physical Mechanism that Governs Nature's Evolvement
Table of Contents
1. The present view of the growth and replication
phenomenon from physical perspective
Summary of overview..
2. Cellsí growth and replication.
2.1. Growth and interaction with the.
2.2. Growth of nuclei
2.3. Replication resolves the cellís conflicts.
3. Mathematical presentation of the surface-volume growth
3.1. Introducing the notion of relative.
3.2. Deriving a surface Ė volume growth.
3.3. Examples of cell models.
4. Experimental proofs of the growth.
4.1. Amoeba growth.
4.2. Growth of blastocysts in pigs.
5. Cellsí overgrowth through the form change.
5.1. Changes in the growth ratio value.
5.2. Overgrowth and natural selection.
6. Generalization of growth ratio with regard to spatial
6.1. Growth ratios of a disk and a rod.
6.2. Special features of growth ratios for
one, two and three dimensional forms.
6.3. Growth conjecture.
7. Embryonic growth.
8. Growth of organisms and systems.