From Mitogenetic Rays to Biophotons.- Photon Sucking as an Essential Principle of Biological Regulation.- Quantum Squeezed State Description of Spectral Decompositions of a Biophoton Signal and the Possibility of Remote Intervention.- Biological Structure as a Converter of Coherent Radiation.- The Oscillation Behavior of the Delayed Luminescence of Plant Leaves.- Human Genome Realization at the Viewpoint of Physics of the Alive.- Fundamental Role of Water in Bioenergetics.- The Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Balance in Water Solutions of Proteins as the Possible Target For Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields.- Features of Reactions of Biological and Physico-Chemical Systems to External Factors.- News and Views in Uva-Laser-Induced Ultraweak Delayed Luminescence of Cultured Mammalian Cells.- Ultraweak Photon Emission as a Tool For Analysing Collective Processes in Cells and Developing Embryos.- Distant Interaction During Germination of Bacillus Subtilis Spores.- Influence of Radiofrequency Emf on the Yeast Sacharomyces Cerevisiae as Model Eukaryotic System.- Spatial Characterization of Human Ultra-Weak Photon Emission.- Influence of Electromagnetic Fields of Extremely Different Frequency Diapason on Infradian Rhythms of Physiological Processes.- Absorption and Emission of Photons by Collagen Samples.- Interaction of Plant Shoots and Roots: Dynamics and Stability.- Correlation of the "Near-Zone Effect" Amplitude Dynamics with Solar-Geophysical Indices.- Free Will and Violation of Physical Laws.- Vernadsky'S Noosphere and Slavophile Sobornost'.- A Life that Linked Mitogenetic Rays and Biophotons.
An account of the original papers presented by the participants of the 3rd Alexander Gurwitsch Conference on Biophotonics and Coherent Systems in Biology, Biophysics, and Biotechnology, held at Tauric University, Crimea, Ukraine, September 27 - October 1, 2004.
This book is an account of the original papers presented by the participants of the 3rd Alexander Gurwitsch Conference on the Biophotonics and Coherent Systems in Biology, Biophysics and Biotechnology which took place in Tauric University (Crimea, Ukraine) September 27 - October 1, 2004. It features an introduction by Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp (International Institute for Biophysics), leading pioneer of biophotons.
Features an introduction by Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp (International Institute for Biophysics), leading pioneer of biophotons