Jun 10, 2022Open AccessArticle
Agroforestry systems (SAFs) are an alternative for sustainable development as they enable the recovery of degraded areas and reduce deforestation, contributing to breaking the cycle of traditional family farming, so common in the Amazon region, which enables the recovery of soils, the increase of organic matter and soil fertility. Cocoa beans are grown and fermented in SAFs. According to the research, the significant appearance of endophytic microorganisms such as fungi in the cocoa bean can ben...
Mar 25, 2020Open AccessArticle
The energy resources diversification has been increased with the energy crisis, in particular, the renewable energies and optimal management have become essential in the context of sustainable development. The conventional auto-thermal gasification processes burn part of the carbonaceous compound in order to supply the energy necessary to enhance gasification reactions. This energy could be provided as well by a nuclear reactor of IV generation. The nuclear heat is transferred from the VHTR to a...
Jun 28, 2019Open AccessArticle
In this article, it is hypothesized a new mechanism for the formation of stable remote memory in brain comprising the important memory acquired during childhood and the common words in language. It has been demonstrated that the memory forms concurrently at both homosynaptic long term potentiation (LTP) and heterosynaptic long term depression (LTD). It is pointed out that the repeated LTD may result in neuronal degeneration as evi
Feb 01, 2019Open AccessArticle
More than 30 years ago, we published a paper entitled as “Abnormal Chromatin Configuration and Oncogenesis”, which proposed the first hy-pothesis that links oncogenesis to abnormal three-dimensional (3D) genome structure. Recently, many studies have demonstrated that the 3D genome structure plays a major role in oncogenesis, which strongly supports our hypothesis. In this paper, further thoughts about our hypothesis are presented.
Mar 26, 2018Open AccessArticle
It is well known that the hypothalamic changes in control of hormones determine the chronological
sequence of aging in mammals. For decades, it has
been demonstrated in humans that the hypothalamic nuclei manifest heterogeneity
in degeneration during aging, with the neuron number decreasing in both the
suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) and
the preoptic sexually dimorphic nucleus (SDN-POA) in the process of senescence, while the neuron
Dec 08, 2016Open AccessArticle
Recently, it was published
the book “Electromagnetic Unification of Four Forces” (ISBN
978-3-659-76798-2), compiling the progressions in
physics manifested in television, made by the world people while led notably by
the author and the members in the world satellite networks from India, Zhejiang
and USA. Besides these significant achievements, it has also been made many
activities and achievements on neural sciences. In this artic
Feb 03, 2016Open AccessArticle
In this article, it is newly suggested the regulation from nutrient
gradient on both cell metabolic state and expressional gene classes as the
conserved mechanism differentiating the cell fates for formation of the three
germ layers of gastrula in animals. As a new theory, it is supported by the totipotency
and pluripotency of early embryonic cells and cultured stem cells to be
regulated by nutrients, as well as by the universal formation of nutrient
gradient during gastrulation in various anima...
Jun 25, 2015Open AccessArticle
In this article, it is pointed out with integrative analysis that organogenesis
manifests limitation in time and possession of termination, while infinite cell
proliferation called as cancer and tumor is lethal. Besides, it is reversely demonstrated
from a few notable constant outgrowing skin derivatives that termination is
required for organogenesis inside the animal. Accordingly, it is suggested that
the requirement for organogenetic termination would be the new intrinsic
constraint for animal...
Jun 10, 2014Open AccessArticle
An anomalous collateral artery was found during the dissection for the pectoralis major myocutaneous flap procedure. This anomalous collateral artery was stemming from the left internal thoracic artery. It is believed that this collateral was formed secondary to congenital aortic coarctation causing abnormal growth of the left fourth aortic arch. This is the first reported case of such a collateral artery in recent literature.