The Organic Codes: An Introduction to Semantic Biology by Barbieri, Marcello
Cambridge University Press | 23 December 2002
Paperback | 316 pages
Asserting that there are many more organic codes in nature than just the genetic code, Marcello Barbieri states that the existence of these codes and their corresponding organic memories can be used to explain the key steps in the evolutionary history of life. With major events corresponding to the appearance of new codes, the organic codes and their corresponding organic memories can also shed new light on the problems of epigenesis and how embryos generate their own complexity.