Summary: Homeostasis is ultimately produced by the gene-pattern, and it protects the gene-pattern
from the dangers of the world because the constancy means independence. Genes protect themselves by homeostasis Natural Selection : Genes produce adaptations in two ways, 2303, and thus protect themselves in two ways, 2315.
Genes fundamental property Memory and genes Natural Selection : Tobacco mosaic protein can exist in many forms; but the only form that can persist
through the generations is the self-reproducing type, 4184.