Colony: An Another Dimension

Each Asia belongs to a colony, which is group of individual Asias. When an Asia creates its clone, i.e. agamic reproduction, the clone will belong to the same colony with the source Asia. On the other hand, when an Asia creates its offspring by xenogeneic reproduction, those offspring will be roots of another new colony.

Each colony has its shape, and it sometimes looks as if an another individual though colonies themselves don’t have any activity. If you look down TheNature in a large scale, colonies look like very big Asias. From the Asia’s point of view, it is, so to say, another dimension.

The information of this colony shape is stored in the genetic code of Asia. So it also will be inherited to offspring by crossing. Thus colonies also look like as if they were a kind of Asia.

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