Mechanism of the genetic mutagenesis effects of far infrared ray laser
We have analyzed the order-disordering variance due to resonance effect and the nonlinear behavior of far infrared ray laser (FIRL)-biological system interaction. The analytic results show that the interaction between the living biological system and FIRL can produce resonance excitation effect, and so the original high ordered state of the system can be destroyed and thus the conformation variation in the system can be produced under further action of the laser. In addition, we have analyzed the nonlinear properties of the FIRL bio-molecule interaction and explained the mutagenesis effects of FIRL. The theoretic analysis is consistent with the results of FIRL mutagenesis breeding test.
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