dasnyder at uci.edu (David Snyder) wrote:
>mechanics (I know it sounds far afield) to do some modeling. Prigogine's
>work would probably be quite useful for my edification so if you could
>direct me to your source, it would be greatly appreciated.
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Nice introductory book:
Order from Chaos, Ilya Prigogine and Isabelle Stengers, Flamingo 1985
Some recent (well, relatively :-) papers:
Morphological and chiral symmetry breaking in reaction-diffusion
systems. Ding DF. Prigogine I.
Journal of Theoretical Biology. 128(2):135-57, 1987 Sep 21.
Life and physics. New perspectives. Prigogine I.
Cell Biophysics. 9(1-2):217-24, 1986 Dec.
Physics and metaphysics. Prigogine I.
Advances in Biological & Medical Physics. 16:241-65, 1977.
Some remarks on thermodynamics and kinetics of self-organization. pp.
315-23. Babloyantz A. Hiernaux J. Prigogine I.
In: Puiseux-Dao S, ed. Molecular biology of nucleocytoplasmic
Biological order, structure and instabilities. Prigogine I. Nicolis G.
Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics. 4(2):107-48, 1971 Aug.
Nonequilibrium problems in biological phenomena. Prigogine I.
Nicolis G. Babloyantz A.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 231(1):99-105, 1974.
Symmetry breaking instabilities in biological systems. Prigogine I.
Lefever R. Goldbeter A. Herschkowitz-Kaufman M.
Nature. 223(209):913-6, 1969 Aug 30.
Hope that helps,