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Each group output transduced information at the same rate, given optimal
performance. In the G-l experiment, however, Members 2 and 3, who did the
output transducing received half as many signals on the average as the output
3.3.9 Output transducer, the subsystem which puts out markers bearing
information from the organ, changing markers within the organ into other matter-
energy forms which can be transmitted over channels in the organ's environment.
Political parties and many religious bodies, as well as some other types of
organizations, expect all members to participate in processes of the output
transducer — in proselytizing new members, for example. These functions are
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TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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