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25 November 1996 Biophoton emission in synchronously developing population of early Drosophila embryos
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Ultraweak biophoton emission has been recorded in synchronously developing populations of early Drosophila embryos. On being stimulated briefly with white light within the first 40 minutes of development, a new kind of luminescence is observed in the form of superdelayed, intense flashes. We assume that the initial light stimulation sets up some kind of coherent interaction inside the system and develop a phenomenological number-phase-angle model to give a general interpretation of the superdelayed radiation patterns.
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Yu-Ming Zhou, Mae-Wan Ho, John P. Bolton, Marziale Milani, Michele Costato, and Francesco Musumeci "Biophoton emission in synchronously developing population of early Drosophila embryos", Proc. SPIE 2929, Effects of Low-Power Light on Biological Systems II, (25 November 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.260000
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