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4. 5. 6. 31 Nijhout’s point was that ‘‘genes do not . . ‘cause’ or ‘control’ morphogenesis; they enable it to take place’’ (p. 443). Even more pertinent to the theme of this article, Nijhout wrote that the genes whose products are necessary during development are activated by stimuli that arise from the cellular and chemical processes of development. Thus the network or pattern of gene activation does not constitute a program, it is both the consequence of, and contributor to, development. (pp.
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