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Decontextualization Rule of Evolution

The decontextualization rule of evolution states that while evolution advances regulatory units are driven apart by accumulation of intercalated processes.

Decontextualization

Decontextualization of classical Darwinian evolution puzzles evolutionary biologists

Examples

  • The classical Darwinian feedback loop of evolution (figure above) that works on the genotype through natural selection of the phenotype holds true in its strict sense only for bacteria or other procaryotic organisms.
  • The evolution of abstract terms in general (and the fauceir term in particular) accompany the linguistic progress.
  • The social rulers evolved from an alpha male leading a tribe through military commanders, and absolutist statesmen to democratic presidencies.

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Mary Jane West-Eberhard

Mary Jane West-Eberhard is a theoretical biologist. She is author of the book "Developmental plasticity and evolution" in which she tackles the problem developmental adaptation to environmental conditions [1]. The problem she tried to solve theoretically is simple overcame by Fauceir Theory now.

Mary Jane West-Eberhard

I often wonder how some people are able to write a whole book around a single idea (A blog entry would have been enough :-)). Her main objection to present evolutionary thought is the obvious contradiction of variation is determined by developmental adaptation and evolution of genetic material by natural selection of those variations. Well natural selection of a genetically determined trait is a simple feedback mechanism. But such a simple feedback only happens in organisms that a quite primitive as bacteria. Higher evolved organisms contain a much larger set of intercalated feedback loops, fauceirs that might obscure such a straight relationship, but it still exists.

1. Mary Jane West-Eberhard, Developmental plasticity and evolution (Oxford University Press, 2003).


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Aggregate Fauceir

An aggregate, also known as master, fauceir contains element (slave) fauceirs to exploit. In fact, every fauceir is an aggregate fauceir with each of its elements being aggregate fauceirs as well, so each fauceir contains an infinit number of slaves. The term aggregate or master fauceir describes the direction in which subjugation takes place. An aggregate has to dominate its elements if it does not it is cheated and pestered by those parasites and eventually dies.

By definition we know two aggregate that are not elements of other fauceirs. These ultimate fauceirs are the universe and God. The univers is thought to be the largest container possible which contains every structure we know, and God in many religious faiths controls everything. Both terms are to FT as indefinit is to mathematics with univers indefinit size and God indefinit dominance. However, there is some ambiguity to the term God because if we consider a faith as a fauceir, then the notion of God is clearly an element of this faith.


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Plasma Membrane

The plasma membrane in Eukaryotes separates the cell's cytoplasm from the surrounding extracellular environment. The plasma membrane is a lipid bilayer, a double sheet of phospholipids.

Plasma Membrane

Phospholipid are remarkable for being hydrophilic (blue head) and hydrophobic (yellow tail). The hydrophobic tail is formed by long carbohydrate chains of lipid acids while the hydrophilic head bears a phosphate whose polarity attracts other polar molecules, most abundantly water. At the other end, the hydrophobic sites tend to congregate thereby forming stable structures impermeable for polar molecules.

A similar membrane insulates compartments within a cell, organelles, and there is a perpetual exchange between these membranes with endocytosis and exocytosis describing the route from and to the cell membrane.


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Caveolae

Coated pits are concavities in the cell membrane rich in specific proteins and lipids. They play an important role in signal transduction and endocytosis.


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