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To show that the quasi-ordering relation we will deﬁne on MBD systems is a well-quasi-ordering we need the following result, due to Higman [9] and stating that the set of the ﬁnite sequences over a set equipped with a wqo is well-quasiordered. Given a set S, with S ∗ we denote the set of ﬁnite sequences of elements in S. Definition 10. Let S be a set and ≤ a wqo over S. The relation ≤∗ over S ∗ is deﬁned as follows. Let t, u ∈ S ∗ , with t = t1 t2 . . tm and u = u1 u2 . . un . We have that t ≤∗ u iﬀ there exists an injection f from {1, 2, .

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We note that each system (resp. (σ Q ) (resp. σ). (σ Q ) of a system R is simpler than R. More precisely, the maximum nesting level of membranes in Q is strictly smaller than the maximum nesting level of membranes in R. As already observed in [6], the reactions in MBD preserve the nesting level of membranes. The only operation that can increase the nesting level of membranes is pino. However, we note that the number of pino operations nested one inside the other in the processes of a system is bounded.

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