Bologna University/Hysteresis


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Hysteresis implies that the state of the system is always dependent on what happened before the moment we are observing. So for example, as you can see in the figure below, in a system which input (stimulation) and output (response) measure concentrations, for identical values of the stimulation (for example 100μM), the response can have different values (3μM and 48μM).