DOI: 10.14704/nq.2011.9.4.443

Quantum Physics in Living Matter: From Quantum Biology to Quantum Neurobiology

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For years, quantum physics was seen as the physics of non-living matter. Thus, when biological living things were discussed, this sequence always came to the fore: biology > organism> organs> tissue> biochemistry> physics> classical mechanics + quantum mechanics. It can be seen that there was a reduction to the lower structures, and that at the base one reaches the level of particles such as atoms and molecules. But when the physico-chemical level is reached, it can be seen that many quantum mechanical events are taking place in living things, and that in fact these are quite normal reactions.


biology; quantum biology; living matter; quantum pysics; neurobiology

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