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Electrically Mediated Growth Mechanisms in Living Systems 1 edition

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Electrically Mediated Growth Mechanisms in Living Systems

Published 1974 by Defense Technical Information Center in Ft. Belvoir .
Written in English.

About the Book

;Contents: Piezoelectric properties of organic polymers; Charge separation associated with dipole disordering in proteins; Electrochemical information transfer at living cell membranes; The basic biological data transmission and control system influenced by electrical forces; Differential biologic effects of pulsed and continuous electromagnetic fields and mechanisms of effect; Bioelectric potentials and their relation to growth in higher plants; Possible modulation of reactions on the cell surface by changes in electrostatic potential that accompany cell contact; The induction of cellular orientation by low-level electrical currents; In vivo bone growth in a controlled electric field; Interdisciplinary approaches in electrically mediated bone growth studies; The influence of electrical current on an infecting microorganism in wounds.

Edition Notes

Pub. in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v238 p1-593, 11 Oct 74. Sponsored in part by Office of Naval Research, Arlington, Va.

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The Physical Object

Pagination
595 p.
Number of pages
595

ID Numbers

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OL24397239M
Internet Archive
electricallymedi00libo
OCLC/WorldCat
227371717

History

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