The Concept of ”Biologon” and the Influence of Laser Light on Vital Activities
The purpose of this study is to present a theory with some new features for the analysis of the behavior of the living matter in the case when one ore more parameters of its environment change. The first part deals with the fundamental problem of what the precondition is that turns any change into a signal, into a stimulus which, when processed, becomes “vital” information provoking responses which manifest themselves either in an attempt to preserve the structure status quo existing before the change in the environment, or in creating a new type of dynamic structure status quo. It will be followed by application to clear up confusion in the interpretation and comparison of the responses of living matter to laser light.
KeywordsVital Activity Spectral Irradiance Functional Mobility Signal Carrier Living Matter
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