bioelectricity


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bioelectricity

[¦bī·ō‚i‚lek′tris·əd·ē]
(physiology)
The generation by and flow of an electric current in living tissue.
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Less common in bioelectricity and first-generation biofuel production, this strategy is emerging in advanced biofuel production, where joint ventures may involve fuel producers, conversion technology innovators, and large farms.
Under the agreement, the EU and Brazil will start studies on how best to develop bioethanol, biodiesel and bioelectricity projects in Mozambique, which has become a leading African biofuels producer in recent years.
Bioethanol and bioelectricity from sugarcane biomass is now emerging as complements for fuels shortages and missing voltages that can resolve the problems of blackouts and power cuts from the public power stations due to unfavourable weather conditions or other administrative situations.
9, 10) Scientific papers by Kellogg which show "E-Prime in action" have appeared in Nature (17), The Journal of Bioelectricity (14), and The Journal of Gerontology (16).
Plans have been announced to develop the UK's first bioelectricity plant which will provide North oilseed rape growers with another new marketplace for crops grown for energy.
Thus bioelectricity from RME is being produced [19].
He says that similar massive technological innovations can be expected in optical storage systems, genetics, bioelectricity, fiber optics, digital electronics, and a host of other areas.
Globally, the most significant driver of bio-energy and bioelectricity is the need for energy security, says the analyst of this research.
Michael Levin's group is just about the only one currently investigating how bioelectricity influences development, but the field has a long history.
As we age, the levels of bioelectricity decline in our skin, causing a reduction in the production of collagen and elastin, two of the essential components of healthy, youthful-looking skin.
The physiology of bioelectricity in development, tissue regeneration and cancer.