Arrows are often used to represent complex processes in biology; at times concealing complexity by simplifying it. These hand drawn arrows are a counterpoint to icons imported from computer graphics, arguing we need to capture more of the messiness of biology. They also raise questions. The software arrow too simply encodes complexities, but how are these multiple arrows going to be read?
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