Narrow search


By category:

By publication type:

By language:

By journals:

By document type:


Displaying: 1-10 of 82 documents

Show/Hide alternate language

0.306 sec

1. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 13 > Issue: 4
Janusz Kostrzewski Janusz Kostrzewski
The Dynamics of Intellectual and Social Development in Down’s Disease: Results of Experimental Investigations
Dynamika Rozwoju Intelektualnego i Społecznego w Chorobie L. Downa

view |  rights & permissions
2. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 15 > Issue: 1
Bohdan Bejze Bohdan Bejze
Somme actual problems of the Research on the Philosophy of God
Somme actual problems of the Research on the Philosophy of God

3. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 25 > Issue: 4
Summary
Summary

4. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 27 > Issue: 1
Przemysław Mroczkowski Przemysław Mroczkowski
J. H. Newman’s The Idea of A University: Outmoded or Topical?
Czy Newmana Koncepcja Uniwersytetu jest przebrzmiała?

view |  rights & permissions
5. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 31 > Issue: 3
Marian Wnuk Marian Wnuk
The Probable Ways of the Synthesis of Porphyrin Compounds during Chemical Evolution
Prawdopodobne drogi syntezy związkow porfirynowych podczas ewolucji chemicznej

view |  rights & permissions
6. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 31 > Issue: 3
Józef Zon Józef Zon
Electronic Conductivity in Biological Membranes
Elektronowe przewodnictwo w błonach biologicznych

view |  rights & permissions
7. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 33 > Issue: 3
Józef Turek Józef Turek
Georges Lemaître’s Contribution to the Formation of the Dynamic View of the Universe
Wkład Jerzego Lemaitre’a w kształtowanie się dynamicznej wizji Wszechświata

view |  rights & permissions
8. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 34 > Issue: 3
Marian Wnuk Marian Wnuk
Silicon Porphyrins in the Living Organisms
Możliwość występowania krzemoporfiryn w organizmach żywych /streszcz./

abstract | view |  rights & permissions
The problem of the possible occurrence of silicon porphyrins in the living organisms has been put forward in the context of the hypothesis of siliceous life forms and the study of the molecular evolution of porphyrin systems. Some properties of the tetrapyrrole complexes of silicon as well as essential data and theories from domains of silicon biochemistry and paleobiochemistry have been reviewed.This has been a basis for doing some extrapolations and showing connections with bioelectronics, whereas some possible functions of hypothetical Si-porphyrins in biostructures, e.g. catalytic ones, have been shown. In the bioplasma concept, a possible use of Si-tetrapyrrole complexes as a model useful in the study of the plasma mechanism of enzymatic catalysis has been proposed, and a role of silicon analogues of chlorophyll-like compounds in primordial photosynthesis has been suggested.
9. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 34 > Issue: 3
Józef E. Zon Józef E. Zon
Bioelectronics: A Background Area for Biomicroelectronics in the Science of Bioelectricity
Bioelectronics

abstract | view |  rights & permissions
Bioeleotronics is a branch of science of bioelectricity dealing with biological systems and life processes from the angle of either physical or applied electronics with an Im to describe the electronic properties of biosystems and to establish their role in physiological phenomena, including the coupling that exists between the biological systems and their environment. Quantum biochemistry, physics of biological solid stat e,and the studies in the dependence of organisms on the external factors which may be realized with the involvement of the electronic features of biostructures have been the three domains mainly contributing to the bioelectronic research. Because of the difficulties stemming from the complexity of organisms as well as from the lack of methodological and semantical studies, bio- electronics as a whole seems presently to be in a phase of slowing down its development. This does not hold true, however, as far as the development of biomicroe- lectronios a new subdomain in bioelectronics, is concerned. In fact, this biology-oriented counterpart of molecular electronics has been inherent in most of the bioelectronic studies since the very beginning of this discipline.
10. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 35/36 > Issue: 3
Marian Wnuk Marian Wnuk
Bioelectronic Aspect of Enzymatic Catalysis
Bioelektroniczny aspekt katalizy enzymatycznej

view |  rights & permissions