are the principles that encompass changes in the human energy field, between other human energy fields, with the environment, and the patterns that emerge from such interactions (Fawcett, n.d., pp.
, the body's innate regulation, is an orchestration of the entire body in concert with a multi-faceted environment.
Trougakos, "Cross talk of proteostasis and mitostasis in cellular homeodynamics
, ageing, and disease," Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, vol.
This author has proposed the biofield as nature's original "wireless" communication system, in which the field is complex and dynamic, like a moving hologram, conveying information throughout the organism and the central regulator of homeodynamics
, the steady state behavior that changes as the organism integrates new information.
From the physiological point of view the metabolism of carbohydrates, specially glucose, is vital for male reproductive health, so the maintenance of testicular glucose metabolism homeodynamics
is of particular relevance; otherwise spermatogenesis is arrested [18, 19].
Rattan, "Establishing cellular stress response profiles as biomarkers of homeodynamics
, health and hormesis," Experimental Gerontology, vol.
Fukada, "[Cl.sup.-] homeodynamics
in gap junction-coupled astrocytic networks on activation of GABAergic synapses," The Journal of Physiology, vol.
Order and complexity in dynamical systems: homeodynamics
as a generalized mechanics for biology.
Using Rogers' SUHB conceptual framework principles of homeodynamics
, which are resonancy, helicy, and integrality was the means to identify and synthesize the discovery of the four manifestations (Rogers, 1970, 1990, 1992).
The proteostasis network (PN) is an assembly of distinct dynamic molecular pathways that control the functionality of the proteome (proteome homeodynamics
) during protein synthesis, folding, trafficking, and degradation.
In his book Relief at Last!, Miller wrote the "body has a marvelously complex and comprehensive network of immunologic and biochemical tools for maintaining stability to defend itself from many conditions and substances such as allergens." (6) Therefore, as with other disease allergic responses represent instances where an external agent has thrown the internal mechanisms that maintain health out of balance; that is, an allergen disrupts homeodynamics
The principles of homeodynamics
evolved from reciprocy, synchrony, helicy, and resonancy (Rogers, 1970) to helicy, resonancy, and complementarity (Rogers, 1980a) to helicy, resonancy, and integrality (Rogers, 1986).