Endogenous physical regulation of population density in the freshwater protozoan Paramecium caudatum

" The hypothesis was that indicator cells, too, grow less the more neighbor cells there are. The bigger inducer populations were in the beginning the less they grew. The indicator populations grew accordingly; the more cells they were surrounded by the less they grew. The suppressing neighbors-effect disappeared when inner cuvettes were shielded by graphite known to shield electromagnetic radiation from GHz to PHz, i.e. to absorb energy from microwaves to light."

In support of this concept in regard to Paramecium uses of biophysical signaling in [1] is has found that:

" The classification results and network configurations indicate that there is a high possibility of electromagnetic based communication (approx. 80%) between the microorganisms produced by their characteristic motional behaviours. This conclusion has been made by our proposed interdisciplinary methods and also confirmed by vectorial motion graph."

The idea that can be in the background of this and other similar experiments is that electromagnetic fiels are the principal and initial inductor of cell to cell interactions, and that chemical signaling and electrical connections are nothing but a consecuence of these (working as a methods that use living beings to create trends).

[1] Orun, A. B. Discovery of motion based communication between the unicellular micro-organisms “Paramecium” by using artificial intelligence techniques.

Last modified on 28-Feb-18

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