S. E. Pavlov
Judging by the numerous publications, the vast majority of scientists are absolutely sure that the adaptation process goes according to the «scheme» — «stress — adaptation — disadaption — readaptation».
But it is known that stress is not the only nonspecific adaptive reaction of an organism. Having made «stress» the only nonspecific reaction of an organism, the authors of the mentioned above «scheme» made the adaptation process discrete, broken, depending only on the presence of a stressor and this contradicts all laws of Nature. Life is «a continuous adaptation… to life conditions» – I. M. Sechenov (1863). «From a wide biological point of view an organism is always in the conditions of a sequential action developing external and internal factors of its existence». Продолжить чтение
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