By Angelika Wörz-Busekros (auth.)
The objective of those notes is to offer a slightly entire presentation of the mathematical conception of algebras in genetics and to debate intimately many purposes to concrete genetic occasions. traditionally, the topic has its beginning in numerous papers of Etherington in 1939- 1941. basic contributions were given by means of Schafer, Gonshor, Holgate, Reiers¢l, Heuch, and Abraham. for the time being there exist approximately 40 papers during this box, one survey article by means of Monique Bertrand from 1966 in accordance with 4 papers of Etherington, a paper by means of Schafer and Gonshor's first paper. in addition Ballonoff within the 3rd portion of his booklet "Genetics and Social constitution" has incorporated 4 papers via Etherington and Reiers¢l's paper. it sounds as if an entire evaluate, in par ticular one comprising more moderen effects was once missing, and it used to be tough for college kids to go into this box of study. i began to put in writing those notes in spring 1978. a primary german model used to be entire on the finish of that yr. extra revision and translation required one other yr. i am hoping that the notes of their current kingdom offer an inexpensive evaluate and they will facilitate entry to this box. i'm particularly thankful to Professor ok. -P. Hadeler and Professor P. Holgate for studying the manuscript and giving crucial reviews to all types of the textual content. i'm additionally very thankful to Dr. I. Heuch for plenty of discussions in the course of and after his remain in TUbingen. I desire to thank Dr. V. M.
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Assume statement (2). • ,cm) L is nilpotent, consequently the kernel of CtJ, namely 'It = tL L 11 OL, is nilpotent. Since the principal powers of tt are ideals of OC the algebra OC is a special train a. algebra. 29. Every special train algebra is genetic. 30. There is a genetic algebra which is not a special train algebra. Proof. Let oc. := (co,c, ,c 2 ,c 3 ,c 4 ,c S) R have the following multiplica- tion table c 0 c , c, c4 Cs 4'c 3 0 0 0 c4 0 0 0 ""j'6c s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , '8 , 1 0 c3 c2 c, Co 1 '2c 1 4'c 2 c2 c3 c4 Cs 0 From the multiplication table it is immediately clear that co, ••• ,c S form a canonical basis of IX.
Albert [6J shows furthermore that any algebra ~ contains an ideal n such that either 'it is the radical of Ol or Ol/tt is a zero algebra. The following theorem has also been proved by Albert[S]. 6. Let ot be an algebra with radical ~. Then solvable ideals of 11. at contains all a The radical of an algebra need not to be the maximal solvable ideal as has been shown by a counter-example of Albert. Since every nilpotent ideal is solvable the radical of an algebra contains all nilpotent ideals. B.
By ~ R defined >, Furthermore tt 2 =(c 2 tt 3 = <0), thus ttis nilpotent. Now consider the transformation J' = l e f o r elements x = 0(. c , x y y =~ Co + t C 1 ell of weight ex. , This transformation is represented by the matrix 0 (3, t* o. which has the characteristic polynomial Since this polynomial does not only depend on tge weights ~ and~ of x and y but also on t , the algebra at is not genetic, cf. 8. 19 the question whether every train algebra is a genetic algebra is related to the question whether every non associative, commutative nilalgebra is nilpotent.