A Universal Explanation of Growth-Mitosis Cycle in the Light of an Interpretation of the Water–Proteins Interaction in Terms of Prey-Predator System
The growth-mitosis cycle is a universal phenomenon characteristic of all living cells. Therefore, any theory for its explanation cannot be based on reaction mechanisms occurring in special situations only. Aiming at explaining the growth-mitosis cycle, a model (essentially a re-elaboration of Volterra's predator-prey theory) is developed based on on the mutual relationships between water (either in liquid or in adsorbed state) and hydrophilic sites of proteins.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2011
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