I think this is from the section in your article:
And yet we know that every cell is subject to the second law simply by needing to fuel itself, it subjects itself to the effects of entropy, otherwise known as heat death. And although it can and does stave off such effects for a while, doing so requires the cell or species constantly to deal with maintaining distance from entropy in all its living functional components, organized globally. Entropy plays a big part in all life from cells to completed species.
How does a living thing stave off the effects of entropy? What does it do?
I want to make sure I understand your question. Are you asking how biological information is physically implemented?