mitogenetic radiation

mitogenetic radiation

[-jənet′ik]
the force or specific energy that is supposedly given off by cells undergoing division. It may in turn stimulate the process of mitosis in other cells. Also called Gurvich radiation, mitogenic radiation.
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Gurwitsch also stated that this was a result of ultraviolet light emitted from the growing cells, which he named mitogenetic radiation (A.
But most mitogenetic radiation is thought to occur within the 250 to 400 nm wavelength range,just adjacent to the visible spectrum.
An experimental study of the problem of mitogenetic radiation.

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