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December 8, 2012

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Electrodynamic Activities and Their Role in Organisation of Body Pattern
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Important paper published in 1992 now available for download in pdf
https://www.i-sis.org.uk/onlinestore/papers1.php#342

This paper reports some of the highlights of our investigations (both published
and in progress) into the role of electrodynamical activities in the
organization of body pattern in Drosophila. 1. Exposure of populations of
synchronously developing embryos for 30 minutes to weak static magnetic fields
(0.5 to 9 mT) during the first three hours of development results in a high
proportion of characteristic body pattern abnormalities in larvae which hatch 24
hours later. As the energies involved are below thermal threshold, there can be
no significant effect unless there is a high degree of cooperativity or
coherence in the pattern determination processes reacting to the external field
(Ho et al., 1991a). 2. Developing embryos show profuse electrical activities
(recorded with microelectrodes placed within the polar pockets) starting at
least as early as 40 m after fertilization and continuing well into
cellularization. The activities are highly patterned, and evolve in the course
of development. They may reflect changes in polarization of the embryonic field
associated with the coherent excitations predicted by Frohlich (1 968; 1980). 3.
Populations of synchronously developing embryos show self-emission and light
rescattering characteristics that also change with developmental time. In
addition, embryos less than 40 m old exhibit an entirely new phenomenon in the
form of intense luminescent flashes which can appear any time from one to 20
minutes, and up to 8 hours after light stimulation. These superdelayed
luminescent flashes may result from cooperative interactions among embryos
within the entire population, which serve to synchronize development to external
light as Zeitgeber (Ho et al., 199 1 b).

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