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Braude argues that Sheldrake seems to take morphic units and morphogenetic fields as natural kinds, as things that exist outside of context, as a "context-independent set of natural furniture" in the world.
In the embryonic stages of gastrula and neurula, active cell movements lead to disruption of tissue topography with production of empty spaces in the morphogenetic field by electrical decoupling of intercellular joints.
Thus the morphogenetic field acts as a blueprint of biological or psychological forms.