[Solved] How do transactions know how to behave based on the genesis block?

AlwaysQuestioning Asks: How do transactions know how to behave based on the genesis block?
Say I am a miner, and my genesis block on the mainnet has configuration X. A transaction comes in for me to mine. How does my Ethereum client confirm that transaction adheres to all the standards set in my genesis block?

It’s my understanding that the genesis block of the transaction sender and that of the miner have to be identical for the transaction to be validated. How can I tell just from the transaction what the genesis block of the sender is? A technical explanation of this entire protocol would be excellent.

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