## General System Theory: Foundations, Development, Applications |

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Furthermore we find : X1 * = KX Ki + kz In case an external disturbance ( "

stimulus ” ) leads to increased

constant kz while the other constants remain unaltered — xy decreases . Since ,

however ...

Furthermore we find : X1 * = KX Ki + kz In case an external disturbance ( "

stimulus ” ) leads to increased

**catabolism**- e . g . , increase of the reactionconstant kz while the other constants remain unaltered — xy decreases . Since ,

however ...

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If x is a constant for

weight ) ; similar , with a as constant per unit surface , anabolism will be ns , and

weight increase defined by the difference of these magnitudes : dw - = ns — KW .

If x is a constant for

**catabolism**per unit mass , total**catabolism**will be kw ( w =weight ) ; similar , with a as constant per unit surface , anabolism will be ns , and

weight increase defined by the difference of these magnitudes : dw - = ns — KW .

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7 ) dt where n and K are constants of anabolism and

corresponding to the general structure of allometric equations . Mathematical

considerations show furthermore that smaller deviations of the exponent m from

unity ...

7 ) dt where n and K are constants of anabolism and

**catabolism**, respectively ,corresponding to the general structure of allometric equations . Mathematical

considerations show furthermore that smaller deviations of the exponent m from

unity ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

The Meaning of General System Theory | 30 |

Some System Concepts in Elementary Mathematical | 54 |

Copyright | |

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