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Entropy 2004, 6(1), 223-232; doi:10.3390/e6010223
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Internal Structure of Elementary Particle and Possible Deterministic Mechanism of Biological Evolution

Ural state technical university, Molecular physics chair, 19 Mira St., 620002 Ekaterinburg, Russia
Received: 2 September 2003 / Accepted: 15 December 2003 / Published: 16 March 2004
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Quantum Limits to the Second Law of Thermodynamics)
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Abstract

The possibility of a complicated internal structure of an elementary particle was analyzed. In this case a particle may represent a quantum computer with many degrees of freedom. It was shown that the probability of new species formation by means of random mutations is negligibly small. Deterministic model of evolution is considered. According to this model DNA nucleotides can change their state under the control of elementary particle internal degrees of freedom.
Keywords: elementary particle internal structure; adaptive mutations; evolution rate; deterministic evolution elementary particle internal structure; adaptive mutations; evolution rate; deterministic evolution
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Melkikh, A.V. Internal Structure of Elementary Particle and Possible Deterministic Mechanism of Biological Evolution. Entropy 2004, 6, 223-232.

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