Another concept of the life origin and evolutionary complication based on
principle of self-organization needs not any goals and their creators. This
alternative concept is able to interpret the most of regulator processes in
multi-celled organisms using specific producer-user (PU) type of
relationships. Principle differences between natural and known
artificial control systems are connected with two characteristics of living
cells: 1. Each living cell has a property to self-adapt its rate of
biosynthesis in accordance with the increased rate of its structuralenergetic
losses; 2. Each living cell is functioning discretely.
The proposed view of systemic relationships in multi-celled
organisms allowed us to interpret internal mechanism of wide spread
biological nonlinearity. The nonlinear dependence between multi-celled
organs is determined by cells parallel but asynchronous activity.
Mathematical models created using these basic organizational
principles allow one to systemic analyze and to quantitative describe
human organism adaptation to different environmental changes
including gravitational, thermal, barometric, oxygen and others.
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