Title: Ultraweak photon emission of Psilocybe cubensis mycelium tissue: comparison of tissue treated with acoustic waves and non-treated tissue

Authors: Herbert Klima, Ivan Lucic, Karl W. Kratky

Addresses: Atomic Institute, The Austrian Universities, Schuttelstrabe 115, A-1020 Vienna, Austria. ' Atomic Institute, The Austrian Universities, Schuttelstrabe 115, A-1020 Vienna, Austria. ' Research Group 'Physics of Physiological Processes', Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Boltzmanngasse 5, A-1090 Vienna, Austria

Abstract: All kinds of living matter (cell, organ tissue or organism) emit certain amount of light quantum that can be measured as ultraweak photon emission, also called biophoton emission. In this paper we investigate the photon emission of mycelium cultures of Psilocybe cubensis that were treated with acoustic waves of 194.71 Hz for 13 days compared to non-treated control samples.

Keywords: biophoton emission; mycelium tissue; acoustic waves; control samples; ultraweak photon emission; Psilocybe cubensis.

DOI: 10.1504/IJMIC.2008.023123

International Journal of Modelling, Identification and Control, 2008 Vol.5 No.3, pp.210 - 213

Available online: 10 Feb 2009 *

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