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A New Science of Life: The Hypothesis of Morphic Resonance
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aggregate animals atoms biological morphogenesis C.H. Waddington cells changes characteristic chreodes complex concept conscious crystals depend differentiation discussion Driesch effects electrons embryo energetic causation energy entelechy environment enzymes epigenetic landscape evolution example existence experience explained in terms explicable factors final form formative causation genes genetic field genetic programme hypothesis of formative inheritance instinctive Lamarckian learning living organisms mathematical mechanistic theory membrane memory microtubules molecular molecules morphic influence morphic resonance morphic units morpho morphogenetic fields morphogenetic germ morphogenetic processes motor fields mutations natural selection nervous system normal orbitals organicists organismic theories particles particular past systems pathway patterns of behaviour phenomena physico-chemical plants possible structures predictions previous similar principle probabilistic probability structures problem properties quantum quantum mechanics random rats regeneration regulation result role simple spatial species stimuli subsequent similar systems subsequent system substances suggested theories of morphogenesis thermodynamics tissues vibration virtual form vitalist Waddington