Patterns are every where
Shcherbak’s patterns are based on the number of nucleons in each amino acid. The number of nucleons = number of protons + number of neutrons. Each amino acid consists of a radical and a base. The base is the same in all amino acids, and consists of 74 nucleons, whilst the number of nucleons in the radical varies.The table shows the number of nucleons in the radical as R =.. and the number of nucleons in the base as B = ..
Shcherbak noted that in 8 of the 16 cells , all four codons code for only one amino acid. Taking a single molecule of each of the amino acids found in these cells.
Arithmetic: The first information system emerged on the earth as primordial version of the genetic code and genetic texts. The natural appearance of arithmetic power in such a linguistic milieu is theoretically possible and practical to producing information systems of extremely high efficiency. In this case, the arithmetic symbols should be incorporated into an alphabet, i.e. the genetic code.
harmonic structure of the genetic code (Table 1 in Rakočević, 2004), consisting of 4 x 5 canonical amino acids (AAs), which follows from two arrangements of amino acid pairs; the first arrangement as presented in Table 1 and the second one as presented in Table 2. In this paper however we will present several other harmonic structures such that they altogether show that the genetic code is a kind of harmonic system. Thereby, the harmonicity itself represents a specific unity and coherence of physico-chemical properties of amino acid (AA) molecules and of the number of atoms and/or nucleons in them (in the form of typical balances).
Dragon Curve: This is linked to the mutations of disorders and viruses in the human system These.patterns with variations on these same rules are seen across a range of 20 different species. From the AIDS virus to bacteria, primates and humans.
Fibonacci Sequence: This is conncected to the cell divison in the human body.