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|Title:||Molecular recognition of the environment and mechanisms of the origin of species in quantum-like modeling of evolution|
|Authors:||Melkikh, A. V.|
|Citation:||Melkikh A. V. Molecular recognition of the environment and mechanisms of the origin of species in quantum-like modeling of evolution / A. V. Melkikh, A. Khrennikov. — DOI 10.1016/j.pbiomolbio.2017.04.008 // Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology. — 2017. — Vol. 130. — P. 61-79.|
|Abstract:||A review of the mechanisms of speciation is performed. The mechanisms of the evolution of species, taking into account the feedback of the state of the environment and mechanisms of the emergence of complexity, are considered. It is shown that these mechanisms, at the molecular level, cannot work steadily in terms of classical mechanics. Quantum mechanisms of changes in the genome, based on the long-range interaction potential between biologically important molecules, are proposed as one of possible explanation. Different variants of interactions of the organism and environment based on molecular recognition and leading to new species origins are considered. Experiments to verify the model are proposed. This bio-physical study is completed by the general operational model of based on quantum information theory. The latter is applied to model of epigenetic evolution. We briefly present the basics of the quantum-like approach to modeling of bio-informational processes. This approach is illustrated by the quantum-like model of epigenetic evolution. © 2017 Elsevier Ltd|
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