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Research on the ultraweak photon emission from anti-cancer plants

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ABSTRACT

UPE (Ultraweak photon emission) is one kind of a common phenomenon in biological organisms. It contains a wealth of information of biological functions. In this paper, single photon counting system is used to measure UPE of some anti- cancer herbal plants. For the plants, the changes of UPE under different water condition are stud-ied and the varying laws of ultraweak photon number with time are analysed. The results are higher fit double exponential decay law.

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Wu, P. and He, X. (2009) Research on the ultraweak photon emission from anti-cancer plants. Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, 2, 155-157. doi: 10.4236/jbise.2009.23026.

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