THE BIOLOGICAL LASER SYSTEMS AS BIOPHOTONIC MODELS OF THE LIVING MATTER, WITH LIVING MATTER THERMODYNAMIC IMPLICATIONS. THE BIOLOGICAL LASER THEORY (PART I)

MARIANA DANIELA MANU 

Abstract: The paper consists in the obligatory theoretical examination from a thermodynamic point of view of the “biophotonic model” of “laser systems” and “biological laser phenomena” as models of the living matter structure, based on principles related to the laser structure and functionality as given by the biological laser system. The model relies on the interference between light and living matter, on the application of the non-linear optics and finite thermodynamics of the biological laser systems. It is classify the living matter systems from a thermodynamic point of view.  It is underline the characteristic feature of the isotherm and adiabatic system of the cells into a homoeothermic organism. According to Biological Laser Theory the basic role is that of the semiconductor laser molecular phosphate-water-molecular oxygen system both in decreasing the thermodynamic entropy of the living matter systems, as negative entropy, and the increase of the informational entropy as a laser phenomena, or bioluminescence. It is and revealed the mode of the performing “mechanical work” at molecular level, the role in maintaining the energetic equilibrium of the system. It is describes the new perspectives of the fundamental interdisciplinary research.
Key words: biological laser systems, biological laser phenomena, bioluminescence, nonlinear medium, phosphate, thermodynamics entropy, "informational" entropy.

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