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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Genes".


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1930
Function rules
Nirvanophilia
Signal reality as
Genes
Nerve (peripheral) transplantation of
0099 0100
Function rules and syndactyly
Genes and syndactily
Instinct in different species
Learning
Learning in Actinians
Levels sensory neuron levels
Reflex, conditioned in actinians
Learning below pallial level
Levels relation to 3 dimentions
Localisation of memory localisation
Pallium
Pallium essential property of
Pallium in reptiles
Reflex sub-pallial reflex
Space-time and pallium
0107 0108

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1931
Affect and inhibition
Brain dominance of
Dominance
Environment
Equilibrium
Inhibition and emotion
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Nirvanophilia
Receptors and gradients
Stimulus
Ants
Genes
Heredity and function rules
Schizophrenia
0283 0284

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1939
Genes
Organisation after amputation
Environment genes as
0701 0702

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1947
Summary: Two points in exposition.
Pain and pleasure
Pleasure nature of
Genes number of human
2284 2285
Summary: Examples of schizophrenics being displaced further from homeostasis by chemical stimuli. And a note of an objection.
Adaptation genes and adaptation
Genes control adaptation in two ways
Heredity genes and adaptation
Natural Selection [42]: Genes produce adaptations in two ways, 2303, and thus protect themselves in two ways, 2315.
2302 2303
Natural Selection [48]: Homeostasis = constancy = independence, why the latter? 2181. Answered 2314, to preserve the gene pattern.
Summary: Homeostasis is ultimately produced by the gene-pattern, and it protects the gene-pattern from the dangers of the world because the constancy means independence.
Genes protect themselves by homeostasis
Natural Selection [42]: Genes produce adaptations in two ways, 2303, and thus protect themselves in two ways, 2315.
2314 2315

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1950
Code types of
Genes as information
Information in genes
2785 2786

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1951
Summary: How many resting states has DAMS?
Cause gene as
Genes Grüneberg's
Natural Selection [4]: Example of a gene that has many and far-reaching effects 3506.
3505 3506

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1952
Summary: Topology of absolute system.
Summary: 'Stability' must be re-stated in terms of information. 3963, 3980, 3975
Genes should receive no information
Information genes should get none
Unsolved problems [13]: 'Stability' should be re-stated in terms of information, so as not to raise the unwanted 'unstable' equilibria. 3929.
3928 3929
Genes fundamental property
Memory and genes
Natural Selection [68]: Tobacco mosaic protein can exist in many forms; but the only form that can persist through the generations is the self-reproducing type, 4184.
Summary: Genes and memory. 4206
4184 4185
Genes self locking
Natural Selection [73]: How can the Darwinian system get self locked? 4240.
The Multistable System [72]: The present-day, advanced, multistable system probably keeps melting down its adaptations, 4240.
Summary: Darwinian and multistable systems. 4425, 4655
Adaptation speeding up adaptation
4240 4241

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1953
Summary: Invariants of a dynamic system with parameters.
Summary: The Conditioned Reflex as a loss of power to transmit. 4430
Invariant "self-locking" as
Invariant "stable" as
Reflex, conditioned as loss of transmission
The Conditioned Reflex [43]: Conditioned reflex as loss of transmition, 4424.
Summary: Distinguish variety in design from variety during performance. Continued 4427 top, 4427, 4428, 4431
Genes more fundamental
4424 4425
Genes reproduction of
Information on chromosomes
Summary: How chromosomes reproduce themselves. High survival power.
Natural Selection [78]: Reproduction of genes; extra survival power given by combination in pairs 4523.
4522 4523
Variety in a vector
Summary: Information going into a system to design two parts. 5006
Behaviour and design
Design and behaviour
Genes as ultimate regulator
Regulation by genes
4736 4737

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1956
Genes and arcs
Iterated systems Wiki
Summary: Arcs and genes. 5522 (Reprints 130, 131)
Iterated systems Wiki
Reducibility multistable system as adaptive to
Vorticella feeding analogy
5424 5425

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1961
Summary: What a species can do, it can recognise.
Genes making recogniser
Recognition control by genes
Localisation of adaptation (niche)
Niche (ecological) mathematical example
6298 6299

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1964
Information Reza's book
Topology Bushaw's book
Evolution ensures extinction!
Genes no unique pattern
Survival evolution prevents!
Natural Selection [89]: Selection intensifies selection. Simpson, 6469.
6468 6469

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1966
Summary: Anticipation embodied again. Discrimination and retro-active inhibition. 6602, 6811
Adaptation rate of
Genes optimal number
Summary: Quotations from Bremermann.
6600 6601

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