Do cells think?

They describe how cells could anticipate a fluctuating environment by spontaneously generating a phenotypically diverse population of cells or modifying their behavior for being capable of give an appropriate response to it. They give various examples in such way that it is also show the requirement of a level of memory and information processing in cells that has not been normally associated with single cells, suggesting that such organisms have the capacity to ‘think’.

Last modified on 03-Dec-18

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