Professor Robert Sinclair Stochasticity

4 Nov 2014
Sean To

Professor Robert Sinclair illustrates one of his examples of a biological system (the fruit fly eye) which exhibits tendencies towards both deterministic and stochastic development, where the number of cells is uniform, but the way in which they determine which type of light they are sensitive to appears to be random.

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