Interview in der Kleinen Zeitung
2020/4/10 9:29:45 (13974 reads)

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Sendung: Dynamik im Erbgut
2019/9/26 9:59:59 (1662 reads)

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Podcast: Biocommunication an Natural Genome Editing
2019/2/22 18:14:16 (2928 reads)

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The New York Academy of Science
2017/6/12 12:04:20 (3542 reads)

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Huffington Post
2017/6/12 12:01:51 (93028 reads)

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Many Viruses are peaceful ...
2014/7/7 8:45:23 (3596 reads)

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The Language of Plants - Interview with Guenther Witzany (in german)
2014/3/27 19:12:26 (3595 reads)

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Language and communication
2008/10/19 9:02:36 (5789 reads)

...from linguistic turn to pragmatic turn

For more than 10 years, most biological disciplines have increasingly been referring to “communication” and “language” in describing and explaining interactions in and between cells, between tissues and organs, whole bodies, organisms, species-specific and trans-species interactions. The influence of a linguistic vocabulary is omnipresent and has become irreplaceable. This calls for an up-to-date definition of “language” and “communication” if we are to avoid using these terms in an uncritical, unreflected or merely metaphorical manner.

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Cellular life coordinates by communicative acts
2008/10/1 10:30:00 (7779 reads)

The conditions on the planet's surface without living organisms are determined entirely by the sun's energy and the laws of physics and chemistry (Margulis 1999). A planet with living organisms, i.e. with biosemiotic processes deviates considerably from this scheme. The gas composition and temperature will vary in a manner that cannot be predicted exclusively by the laws of physics and chemistry alone...

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