The Unicellular State as a Point Source in a Quantum Biological System
AbstractA point source is the central and most important point or place for any group of cohering phenomena. Evolutionary development presumes that biological processes are sequentially linked, but neither directed from, nor centralized within, any specific biologic structure or stage. However, such an epigenomic entity exists and its transforming effects can be understood through the obligatory recapitulation of all eukaryotic lifeforms through a zygotic unicellular phase. This requisite biological conjunction can now be properly assessed as the focal point of reconciliation between biology and quantum phenomena, illustrated by deconvoluting complex physiologic traits back to their unicellular origins. View Full-Text
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Torday, J.S.; Miller, W.B. The Unicellular State as a Point Source in a Quantum Biological System. Biology 2016, 5, 25.
Torday JS, Miller WB. The Unicellular State as a Point Source in a Quantum Biological System. Biology. 2016; 5(2):25.Chicago/Turabian Style
Torday, John S.; Miller, William B. 2016. "The Unicellular State as a Point Source in a Quantum Biological System." Biology 5, no. 2: 25.
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