Modeling Ontogeny in Biology

EVGENY, E. SKURIKHIN and MIKHAIL, A. GUZEV and YURY N., ZHURAVLEV (2015) Modeling Ontogeny in Biology. In: International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2015, 21 - 22 February 2015, Hotel Lebua at State Tower.

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Abstract

Certain general events in ontogeny and genetic information expression in biological objects are defined to aid in their description in terms of algebraic topology, geometry and category theory. We begin by defining chromatin as an information matrix that generates a number of bases for the following mapping, and we consider these events as fibering the first range on the chromatin. Each such base of the first range can be further decomposed into germs, which are represented by transcripts of different classes of equivalence, such as mRNAs, rRNAs, tRNAs and many others. Considering the germs as elements of biological object as a system, we follow their transmutation trajectories to the moment that they cross into the translation process. This crossing is interpreted here as a central point where the global genetic code information, local mRNA information, and global chemical information combine to facilitate the construction of molecular, supramolecular, and more complex biological ‘instruments’ that interact with their surroundings. The notion of gluing is used to describe the processes of crossing and merging the trajectories of the primary phenotypic elements that construct the bundles of phenotypic elements and the phenotype.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: genotype-phenotype mapping, transcription, choice, base, translation, global and local information
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 09 May 2019 11:06
Last Modified: 09 May 2019 11:06
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/2092

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