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|Title:||Physical properties of biophotons and their biological functions|
|Authors:||Jiin-Ju (Zhang Jinzhu), Chang|
|Abstract:||Biophotons (BPHs) are weak photons within or emitted from living organisms. The intensities of BPHs range from a few to several hundred photons× s<sup>-1</sup>×cm<sup>-2</sup>. BPH emission originates from a de-localized coherent electromagnetic field within the living organisms and is regulated by the field. In this paper based on the experimental results of Poisson and sub-Poisson distributions of photocount statistics, the coherent properties of BPHs and their functions in cell communication are described. Discussions are made on functions which BPHs may play in DNA and proteins functioning including the process of DNA replication, protein synthesis and cell signalling and in oxidative phosporylation and photosynthesis.<b style=""> </b>|
|Appears in Collections:||IJEB Vol.46(05) [May 2008]|
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