biophoton emission

biophoton emission,

n low-energy endogenous radiation produced by humans and other living organisms and detected as barely visible light.
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According to the biofield hypothesis, changes in biophoton emission might be expected to correlate to changes in health, disease, healing, altered states of consciousness, volition and intention.
The researchers also indicated that the lower the biophoton emission, the higher the internal quality.
Dotta BT, Buckner CA, Cameron D, Lafrenie RM, Persinger MA (2011) Biophoton emission from cell cultures: biochemical evidence for the plasma membrane as the primary source.
Archaeal PAH can bind membranes, proteins and DNA generating exciplexes and biophoton emission.
Biophoton emission is a type of biologic chemiluminescence in which photons are emitted as part of chemical reactions occurring during metabolic processes.
Building on the ideas of Alexander Gurwitsch, the Russian biologist who introduced ideas of the "morphogenetic field" and "mitogenetic radiation", Popp argues that every change in the biological or physiological state of the living system is reflected by a corresponding change of biophoton emission.
The phenomenon, emitted photons and emitted signal are called biophoton emission, biophotons, and biophoton signal.
Porphyrins can complex with proteins and nucleic acid producing biophoton emission.
23] Furthermore, biophoton emission has been measured from humans.
ICRL collaborative studies have included such diverse topics as investigations of anomalous earth-lights, biophoton emission in orgone-treated seeds, seedlings, and microorganisms, acoustical resonances of ancient ceremonial structures, and the effects of specific acoustical frequencies on brain activity.