Roll of Temperature in Living Systems Analysed Using the Resonant Recognition Model

Roll of Temperature in Living Systems Analysed Using the Resonant Recognition Model

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Author(s): Irena Cosic, Drasko Cosic

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2316 21 100 40-44 Volume 9 - Apr 2020

Abstract

Temperature plays some significant role in biological processes. Electromagnetic energy could be related to temperature. Here, we have established the relationship between temperature role in living biological processes and Resonant Recognition Model, which proposes that proteins specific biological activity is based on electromagnetic resonant energy transfer.

Keywords

Biological Temperature, Bioelectromagnetism, Resonant Recognition Model

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