Book 2007

Biophotonics and Coherent Systems in Biology

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ISBN: 978-0-387-28378-4 (Print) 978-0-387-28417-0 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-16

    From Mitogenetic Rays to Biophotons

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    Pages 17-32

    Photon Sucking as an Essential Principle of Biological Regulation

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    Pages 33-46

    Quantum Squeezed State Description of Spectral Decompositions of a Biophoton Signal and the Possibility of Remote Intervention

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    Pages 47-63

    Biological Structure as a Converter of Coherent Radiation

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    Pages 65-73

    The Oscillation Behavior of the Delayed Luminescence of Plant Leaves

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    Pages 75-87

    Human Genome Realization at the Viewpoint of Physics of the Alive

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    Pages 89-104

    Fundamental Role of Water in Bioenergetics

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    Pages 105-122

    The Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Balance in Water Solutions of Proteins as the Possible Target For Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields

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    Pages 123-128

    Features of Reactions of Biological and Physico-Chemical Systems to External Factors

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    Pages 129-137

    News and Views in Uva-Laser–Induced Ultraweak Delayed Luminescence of Cultured Mammalian Cells

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    Pages 139-157

    Ultraweak Photon Emission as a Tool For Analysing Collective Processes in Cells and Developing Embryos

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    Pages 159-166

    Distant Interaction During Germination of Bacillus Subtilis Spores

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    Pages 167-175

    Influence of Radiofrequency Emf on the Yeast Sacharomyces Cerevisiae as Model Eukaryotic System

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    Pages 177-189

    Spatial Characterization of Human Ultra-Weak Photon Emission

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    Pages 191-201

    Influence of Electromagnetic Fields of Extremely Different Frequency Diapason on Infradian Rhythms of Physiological Processes

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    Chapter

    Pages 203-212

    Absorption and Emission of Photons by Collagen Samples

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    Pages 213-223

    Interaction of Plant Shoots and Roots: Dynamics and Stability

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    Pages 225-233

    Correlation of the “Near-Zone Effect“ Amplitude Dynamics with Solar-Geophysical Indices

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    Pages 235-277

    Free Will and Violation of Physical Laws

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    Chapter

    Pages 279-297

    Vernadsky'S Noosphere and Slavophile Sobornost'

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