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Similarly, Gustafson and Wolpert have said: "While there has been much effort in tracing the biochemical patterns during development—for example, the time and location of protein and nucleic acid synthesis—nothing like the same attention has been given to the causal analysis of the forces which bring about the formation of cellular patterns, or how molecular processes 36 operate in moulding the shape of an embryo. < > One could add to this that the study of physical mechanisms alone is also unlikely to explain pattern formation unless one can explain how differences arise between cells in the first place.