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Gravitation Induced Mechanical Movement in Cells


Iresh Ranjan Bhattacharjee , Institute for Intrinsic Gravitation Biology


Bio-Fluids, Neutral Buoyancy, Macromolecules, Molar Mass, Svedberg Unit


Few promising dynamic features in biological cells were closely looked into through the lens of gravitation. Purpose of extra-ordinary quantity (> 60%) of fluid in living mass was attributed primarily to provide neutral buoyancy where mass remains same, but weight gets reduced i.e. net forces of effective gravity get reduced over biomass. Gravitational acceleration at the rate of nanometer per Second Square at picometer distance of biomass would be effective force for mechanical movement under secluded reduced gravitation. In medium, polygon structured agarose gel matrix was presumed to manipulate vector components on bypassing barycenter. Ex vitro movement of DNA, RNA or protein fragments get slower as per gravitation induced molecular weight and size while passing through gel during electrophoresis. Minimum quantity of biomass over medium as explants, packed cell volume etc. was viewed as gravitational anchor. Membrane bound structure of cell comparable to planet within planet situation; Gauss's law for gravity was advocated to describe flow of flux operating within and outside the cell. In vitro movement and localization of macromolecules for nucleic acid, proteins, ribosomes, fats as well as organelles like rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum in eukaryotes cell were scrutinized. Nucleic acid having higher molar mass and density remains in dynamic barycentric core position, proteins being intermediate over fats and lipids get distributed away from core under in vitro situation. These were conjectured on gravitation principles – 'higher the mass and density- higher would be the attractive force of gravitation' or in reverse way, 'lesser would delay the attraction'. Ultracentrifugation, as commonly used to separate bio-particles on Svedberg unit, was considered to be as the 'inverse process of central action of gravitation'. Rate of sedimentation under ex vivo condition approximately matches in vitro movements.

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Manuscript Id :J4RV3I1015
Published in :Volume : 3, Issue : 1
Publication Date: 01/04/2017
Page(s): 24-31
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