The Energy Basis of Reversible Adaptation


Rafik D. Grygoryan
Cybernetics Center of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine

Series: Cell Biology Research Progress, Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: SCI017000

This book proposed a comprehensive energy theory of reversible adaptation (ETRA) explaining general rules and mechanisms of organism adaptation to shifts in both external and internal environments. The theory is based on cellular mechanisms of reactive adaptation (CMRA) controlling long-term energy balance. CMRA and an organism-scale distributed functional system called energy mega-system (EMS) provide human reversible adaptation to unstable external/internal environmental conditions. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )


Table of Contents

Table of Contents



List of abbreviations

Introduction: Energy Basis of the Evolving Individual Life

Chapter 1. Current Understanding of Organism-environment Relationships: Achievements and Problems

Chapter 2. Virtual Adaptive Organisms

Chapter 3. Some Evolutionary Layers in the Living Cell

Chapter 4. Some Remarkable Differences Between Unicellular and Multicellular Organisms

Chapter 5. The Population of Common Cells as Special type of Functional Units

Chapter 6. Human Energy Mega-System (EMS)

Chapter 7 Energy Theory of Reversible Adaptation

Chapter 8. Systemic View of Human Acclimation: Biomechanical Events
Preceding Energy Imbalance

Chapter 9. Evolving for Survival

General conclusion



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