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Hence each term of these polynomials is divisible by one of the factors (xi - l), for i = 1, . . , n. 7. 5. If x, y and I are the dimensionless concentrations, (diag E h p ( x'ln x) = ( j 2 y ,j l x u , (j l + j 2 ) x , j 2 x 2 ,(jl+j2)z)' and the nonlinear equations are obtained by mutliplying on the left by _v. We write the 36 B. L. CLARKE equations so that every term contains a factor of ( x Y 5;- = -jlJ+ - I), ( y - I), or (I - 1) to get - 1) - ( j , +j2)(y - 1) + ( j l + j 2 ) ( z - 1) i - = 2(j, +j&X - 1) hz - (I - I)] In factorizing, we divided each polynomial by x - 1 to obtain a quotient and a remainder.

0)‘. Take mass action kinetics. Without loss of generality, the network may be assumed to be connected, and then y = (1,1, . . , 1). Kirchhoff has developed a diagrammatic solutions2to the master equation, which was appIied to unimolecular reaction networks by King and A l t m a ~ ~Hill , rediscovered and refined the approach; he has recently made extensive use of it for the analysis of complex enzyme networks. The form of +KR is given using Hill’s terminology; consult Hill” for clarification of the results we now state.

Perhaps this is why morphogenesis is slow and the chemical species and reactions controlling it have not yet been found. 111. ELEMENTARY STABILITY ANALYSIS A. 2) may be put in this form by making a Taylor series expansion of the ith component about Xo. 11). 3) 44 B. L. 4) as the matrix of the linearized system as a function of the redundant convex parameters, where diag h is the diagonal matrix whose diagonal is h. 4). 6) The parameter hi multiplies the ith column of M, and the ith row of MF,. The matrix Mi, is symmetrical in the parameters h.

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