A.B. Burlakov, G.V. Chernova, A.S. Burzev, E.V. Yurkevich, I.V. Matjukhin
For the saving of the mechanism of natural ontogenesis of biological objects at the level of some population characteristics the effects of distant reciprocal influence of uneven-aged specimens of Drosophila melanogaster were educed.
These influences were expressed in the change of adaptive norms of an organism, sex ratio, decrease in the number of specimens and their survival rate, especially in the early phase of development, appearance of anomalous forms.
Their display depended on the phase of the development of interacting specimens, the time of reciprocal influence and was the reflection of the decrease of the functional reliability of the development of biological systems under the conditions of biological emission. There are findings about heritability mentioned changes