chapter  16
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◾ Language and Communication as Universal Requirements for Life

ByGUENTHER WITZANY

First of all, let us have a look at the current background knowledge on natural languages/codes and on the basic biological features of communication processes. Because of its empirical signicance, we can easily adapt this biocommunication approach to nonhuman organisms as well as the natural genome-editing competences of viruses and subviral agents to the evolution and content order of the genetic code.