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|Statement||editors A.R. Liboff and R.A. Rinaldi.|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v.238|
|Contributions||Liboff, A. R., Rinaldi, R. A., New York Academy of Sciences. Section of Biological and Medical Sciences.|
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;Contents: Piezoelectric properties of organic polymers; Charge separation associated with dipole disordering in proteins; Electrochemical information transfer at living cell membranes; The basic biological data transmission and control system influenced by electrical forces; Differential biologic effects of pulsed and continuous electromagnetic fields and mechanisms of effect; Bioelectric potentials and their relation to growth Pages: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; The Sciences; Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences; Electrically Mediated Growth Mechanisms in Living Systems.
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