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Morphogenesis, literally the “the genesis of form,” includes all three of these essential behaviors and the control mechanisms that govern them. From species to species, striking similarities exist in these processes. These have led some to postulate a common evolutionary ancestry and others a commonality of design. From a practical standpoint, these similarities allow scientists to make qualified inferences about morphogenetic and physiological processes in humans based on studies of parallel processes in vertebrates ranging from apes and axolotls, species in which various interventions can be carried out more easily and legitimately.
Hypermobility) under compression loads as low as 100 N . This characteristic makes it impossible to undertake studies on the response of the entire lumbar spine alone with no stabilizing mechanisms under physiological compression loads. In other words, biomechanics of the lumbar spine in physiological loads cannot and should not be investigated in isolation with no regard for the stability of the structure. In our earlier studies , the presence of a flexion moment at the L1 level noticeably stabilized the structure, allowing it to carry much larger loads with minimal displacements.
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