Regeneration and Retention of Acquired Information

@inproceedings{Corning1967RegenerationAR,
  title={Regeneration and Retention of Acquired Information},
  author={W. Corning},
  year={1967}
}
In the present paper consideration will be given to the question of whether acquired habits can survive the process of tissue renewal in planarians. Regeneration involves retention in the sense that the tissue which is regrown is a replication of what was lost; cellular differentiation and specification proceeds until former structural and functional systems are restored. As to acquired information, we might ask whether this class of events is also established in systems which are perpetuated… Expand
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