Publication detail

The Study of Cell Growth in Tissue Culture in the Magnetic Field

POKLUDOVÁ, M. HUTOVÁ, E.

Original Title

The Study of Cell Growth in Tissue Culture in the Magnetic Field

English Title

The Study of Cell Growth in Tissue Culture in the Magnetic Field

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Most materials have a property to create their own magnetic field when exposed to an external field. The human body is partly diamagnetic, which means that the effect of the external field can cause the body's own field. Long-term exposure of magnetic fields on blood and nervous system has positive effects, these effects are utilized in the treatment method called magneto therapy. Similar positive effects can be traced in the plant tissue culture. Samples of spruce embryos grown in the plastic Petri's dishes were placed between the permanent magnets (with defined magnetic field gradient) in a dark place with no effect of the external lighting at a constant temperature and humidity. Samples were periodically removed from the magnetic field and moved in isolated box throughout the outdoor environment into the room with NMR tomograph for imaging individual tissue cultures. The aim of this project is to confirm the hypothesis that the samples in a magnetic field of permanent magnets will grow faster than the control samples taken off the effect of magnets while keeping both in a constant temperature and humidity. After the fifteen days the last measurement was carried out and the results of all measurements were evaluated using the programs Marevisi and Matlab. Observed parameters of individual samples were processed into graphs. The graphs can confirm the hypothesis of faster growth in samples of the magnetic field of permanent magnets, although the transfer was not maintained at constant temperature which resulted in fogging of dishes. This had no significant effect on the growth of the samples.

English abstract

Most materials have a property to create their own magnetic field when exposed to an external field. The human body is partly diamagnetic, which means that the effect of the external field can cause the body's own field. Long-term exposure of magnetic fields on blood and nervous system has positive effects, these effects are utilized in the treatment method called magneto therapy. Similar positive effects can be traced in the plant tissue culture. Samples of spruce embryos grown in the plastic Petri's dishes were placed between the permanent magnets (with defined magnetic field gradient) in a dark place with no effect of the external lighting at a constant temperature and humidity. Samples were periodically removed from the magnetic field and moved in isolated box throughout the outdoor environment into the room with NMR tomograph for imaging individual tissue cultures. The aim of this project is to confirm the hypothesis that the samples in a magnetic field of permanent magnets will grow faster than the control samples taken off the effect of magnets while keeping both in a constant temperature and humidity. After the fifteen days the last measurement was carried out and the results of all measurements were evaluated using the programs Marevisi and Matlab. Observed parameters of individual samples were processed into graphs. The graphs can confirm the hypothesis of faster growth in samples of the magnetic field of permanent magnets, although the transfer was not maintained at constant temperature which resulted in fogging of dishes. This had no significant effect on the growth of the samples.

Keywords

Magnetic field, tissue culture, NMR, plastis Petri's dishes, growth, permanent magnets

RIV year

2012

Released

19.08.2012

Location

Moscow

ISBN

978-1-934142-22-6

Book

The Electromagnetics Academy PIERS 2012

Pages from

386

Pages to

389

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT93473,
  author="Michaela {Pokludová} and Eliška {Vlachová Hutová}",
  title="The Study of Cell Growth in Tissue Culture in the Magnetic Field",
  annote="Most materials have a property to create their own magnetic field when exposed to an external field. The human body is partly diamagnetic, which means that the effect of the external field can cause the body's own field. Long-term exposure of magnetic fields on blood and nervous system has positive effects, these effects are utilized in the treatment method called magneto therapy. Similar positive effects can be traced in the plant tissue culture. Samples of spruce embryos grown in the plastic Petri's dishes were placed between the permanent magnets (with defined magnetic field gradient) in a dark place with no effect of the external lighting at a constant temperature and humidity. Samples were periodically removed from the magnetic field and moved in isolated box throughout the outdoor environment into the room with NMR tomograph for imaging individual tissue cultures. The aim of this project is to confirm the hypothesis that the samples in a magnetic field of permanent magnets will grow faster than the control samples taken off the effect of magnets while keeping both in a constant temperature and humidity. After the fifteen days the last measurement was carried out and the results of all measurements were evaluated using the programs Marevisi and Matlab. Observed parameters of individual samples were processed into graphs. The graphs can confirm the hypothesis of faster growth in samples of the magnetic field of permanent magnets, although the transfer was not maintained at constant temperature which resulted in fogging of dishes. This had no significant effect on the growth of the samples.",
  booktitle="The Electromagnetics Academy PIERS 2012",
  chapter="93473",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  number="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="august",
  pages="386--389",
  type="conference paper"
}