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In principle, a compiler need to make a list of classes used in a program to let a linker know which library is necessary. Invocation of static method of particle classes used in your application is necessary to inform a compiler. So, you are required to declare particle types in your physics list.
I tested on both SUN and Linux and confirmed that particles are not created without invocation of static methods.
At last, I want to note that G4XXXConstructor::ConstructParticle() (for example G4MesonConstructor ) method invoke declaration of all particles in the category (for examples all mesons by G4MesonConstructor )
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