Strategy of Copying

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Part of the The Frontiers Collection book series (FRONTCOLL)

Abstract

Multiple copying of organized structures, systems, and processes is typical for living bodies, particularly for cells. Copying is the process underlying the production of filial creations which are identical to parents. In essence, the process of cloning is the basic process of copying, but continuously repeated. Cloning is based on matrix processes (e.g., replication and transcription) when many identical products are formed on the basis of a single matrix. Cloning results in fast replication and spread of standard units. This concept of ‘copying oneself’ preserves and propagates, in time and space, the most successful evolutionary achievements. It is used for the purpose of rapid, multiple, and accurate reproduction of the typical structures, systems, and processes, which have a determinative significance for living bodies.

Keywords

Natural Selection Living Body Determinative Significance Copying Process Numerous Copy 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kharkov State Veterinary AcademyKharkiv RegionUkraine

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