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The motley lexicon of hypothetical, theoretical & systems biology
This whole lexikon is just a sum of some of the most interesting concepts linked to systems theory, immunology and systems biology. It is affected by our forcedly limited perspective, and it remains up to the reader, to his/her thinking, opinions, views, hypotheses and speculations to make that the resulting whole is different (nor more neither less) than the sum of the lexicon parts. To our intention, this poor lexicon wants to be like brush strokes and vivid colors in an impressionistic painting, emphasized overall effects rather than details.
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The motley lexicon of hypothetical, theoretical & systems biology[edit]

This whole lexikon is just a sum of some of the most interesting concepts linked to systems theory, immunology and systems biology. It is affected by our forcedly limited perspective, and it remains up to the reader, to his/her thinking, opinions, views, hypotheses and speculations to make that the resulting whole is different (nor more neither less) than the sum of the lexicon parts. To our intention, this poor lexicon wants to be like brush strokes and vivid colors in an impressionistic painting, emphasized overall effects rather than details.[edit]

Intro
System
Systems biology
Systems theory
The lexikon
Adaptability
Adaptation
Application checkpointing
Autocatalytic set
Backup
Biological organisation
Bottom-up proteomics
Bow tie (biology)
Buffer solution
Cell cycle checkpoint
Combinatorics
Communications protocol
Complex system
Complex systems
Complexity theory
Computer multitasking
Concurrency (computer science)
Control engineering
Control theory
Crash (computing)
Cytokine storm
Data buffer
Design
Distributed computing
Engineering tolerance
Evolvability
Exaptation
Fault-tolerant design
Fault-tolerant system
Feedback
Flocking (behavior)
Function (biology)
Function (engineering)
Function model
Gaia hypothesis
Graph theory
Hierarchy
Highly optimized tolerance
Homeorhesis
Homeostasis
Immune system
Information
Information processing
Information processing theory
Information processor
Information science
Information theory
Modularity
Modularity (biology)
Modularity (networks)
Network theory
Noise
Operations research
Origin of life
Pattern
Pattern formation
Pattern recognition
Pleiotropy
Preadaptation
Process optimization
Protocol (computing)
Redundancy (engineering)
Redundancy (information theory)
Redundancy (language)
Robustness
Self-organization
Self-organized criticality
Sensor
Sensory receptor
Sensory system
Signal (computing)
Signal transduction
Signal-to-noise ratio
Signalling theory
Signals intelligence
Social network
System integration
Top-down proteomics