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Differentiation in Cellular, Social, and Family Systems
 
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John Tyler Bonner, PhD

There is a fundamental sameness in how cells group together to form a multicellular organism, how individual animals come together to form a social group, and how members of a human family form an integrated unit. It involves the differentiation of members of the group so that they assume varied roles that come to some sort of equilibrium. For each level two mechanisms are involved: one is the result of the immediate environment that directly influences the nature of the differentiation of the individuals, and the other is the result of the innate make-up of all the individuals that leads to their finding their proper role in the group.


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