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Insights about collective decision-making at the genetic level

AuthorsRodrigo, Guillermo
Issue Date2020
PublisherSpringer Nature
CitationBiophysical Reviews 12: 19–24 (2020)
AbstractBy living in a collective, individuals can share and aggregate information to base their decisions on the many rather than on the one, thereby increasing accuracy. But a collective can also be defined at the molecular level. In the following, we reason that genes, by working collectively, share fundamental features with social organisms, which ends, without invoking cognition, in wiser responses. For that, we compile into a single picture the terms redundancy, stochastic resonance, intrinsic and extrinsic noise, and cross-regulation.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1007/s12551-019-00608-0
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