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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Electromagnetism and Life

Here is an important resource written by Robert O Becker and Andrew Marino. This book, Electromagnetism and Life can be viewed on line by following the proivided link. I am listing the contents below. If you are interested, be sure to go check out this fabulous source of information.

Publication Information
Preface (pp. ix-x)
Introduction (pp. xi-xiii)

Historical Developments
1. The Origins of Electrobiology (pp. 3-22)

The Role of Electromagnetic Energy in the Regulation of Life Processes

2. The Physiological Function of Intrinsic Electromagnetic Energy (pp. 26-59)
Introduction (pp. 25-26)
The Nervous System (pp. 26-40)
Growth Control (pp. 40-51)
Bone (pp. 51-55)
Summary (pp. 55-56)
References (pp. 56-59)

3. Control of Living Organisms by Natural and Simulated Environmental Electromagnetic Energy (pp. 60-76)
Introduction (pp. 60-61)
Evolution of Life (pp. 62-66)
Biological Cycles (pp. 66-70)
Positional and Navigational Aids (pp. 70-74)
References (pp. 75-76)

Laboratory Studies of the Adaptability of Organisms to Electromagnetic Energy

4. Electrical Properties of Biological Tissue (pp. 79-95)
Introduction (p. 79)
Energy Bands (pp. 79-81)
Piezoelectricity (pp. 81-84)
Superconductivity (pp. 84-86)
Techniques of Application of Electromagnetic Fields (pp. 86-91)
Summary (pp. 91-92)
References (pp. 92-95)

5. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on the Nervous System (pp. 96-111)
Introduction (p. 96)
Direct Effects (pp. 97-102)
Behavioral Effects (pp. 102-105)
Summary (pp. 105-107)
References (pp. 107-111)

6. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on the Endocrine System (pp. 112-121)
Introduction (pp. 112-115)
The Adrenal Cortex (pp. 115-117)
The Thyroid (p. 117)
The Adrenal Medulla and the Pancreatic Islets (pp. 117-119)
Summary (pp. 119-120)
References (pp. 120-121)

7. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on the Cardiovascular and Hematological Systems (pp. 122-133)
Introduction (p. 122)
The Cardiovascular System (p. 123-124)
Blood (pp. 124-127)
Immune Response (pp. 127-130)
Summary (pp. 130-131)
References (pp. 131-133)

8. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on Biological Functions (pp. 134-158)
Introduction (p. 134)
Intermediary Metabolism (pp. 134-141)
Reproduction, Growth and Healing(pp. 141-148)
Mutagenesis (pp. 148-150)
Uncontrolled Variables (pp. 150-153)
Summary (pp. 153-155)
References (pp. 155-158)

9. Mechanisms of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Energy (pp. 159-171)
Introduction (pp. 159-160)
Cybernetic Approach (pp. 160-162)
Analytic Approach (pp. 162-167)
Summary (pp. 167-170)
References (p. 171)

Applied Electromagnetic Energy: Risks and Benefits

10. Health Risks Due to Artificial Electromagnetic Energy in the Environment (pp. 175-195)
Introduction (pp. 175-177)
Levels in the Environment (pp. 177-183)
Epidemiological Studies and Surveys (pp. 183-188)
Analysis (pp. 188-190)
Summary (p. 191)
References (pp. 191-195)

11. Special Topics Concerning Electromagnetic Energy
Therapeutic Applications (pp. 196-197)
Acupuncture (pp. 197-200)
Impacts on Natural Ecological Systems (pp. 200-201)
References (pp. 201-203)

Summary (pp. 205-206)
Index (pp. 207-211)

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