Tag: Adaptation and Evolution

  • Chemotaxis


    Chemotaxis, the directed movement of entities like bacteria, immune cells, and ants in response to chemical signals, is integral to biological processes and medical research. This behavior is key in understanding disease mechanisms, aiding in the development of targeted treatments, and offers insights into ecological and evolutionary dynamics.

  • Gall’s Law

    Gall’s Law

    Gall’s Law posits that effective complex systems evolve from simpler, functional predecessors. Widely applied in fields like engineering and organizational design, the principle advocates for an iterative development process that starts with basic, operational systems.