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Closing remarks: an impossible task

Horridge, George Adrian


One of the analogies that has been drawn repeatedly today is that of the record player versus the tape recorder. A record player faithfully reproduces as many times as we wish, but only from a limited variety of originals. As we heard early in today's proceedings, this is the kind of memory displayed by the genetic code and the synthesis of protein molecules. On present evidence, as we heard in the middle part of today's programme, it is apparently also the kind of system by which one out...[Show more]

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Date published: 1973-03
Type: Conference paper
Book Title: Symposium on biological memory. Reports of the Australian Academy of Science no. 16


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