Vigen A. Geodakian

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Growth of a dispersion of elements of unitary systems (US) inevitably transfrorms them into the binary connected differentiations (BCD). So, at a level of genes, from bisexuals have arisen females and males, and at a level of hormones (mentality, behavior), from symmetric--asymmetric: functions, organs, right-handers and left-handers. All BCD are(More)
  • V A Geodakian
  • 1993
In the paper is presented a unified interpretation of sex differentiation and lateral asymmetry as asynchronous evolution. The operative subsystems, i.e. the male and the left hemisphere of the brain evolutionize earlier than the conservative ones, i.e. the female and the right hemisphere. New functions appear at first in males and after many generations(More)
In order to understand the phenomenon of sex, it is not enough to know about its reproductive role and role in recombination. In addition, knowledge of its evolutionary role is required. Sexual differentiation allows us to test evolutionary innovations in the male genome before they are transmitted to the female genome. This is possible in the framework of(More)