Alleviative effects of Faradarmani Consciousness Field on Triticum aestivum L. under salinity stress

Authors Sara Torabi, Mohammad Ali Taheri, Farid Semsarha
Publication date 03 Sep 2020
Journal F1000Reasearch
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Publisher f1000research


Background: The Faradarmani Consciousness Field was founded by Mohammad Ali Taheri. It is a novel field and is described similarly to the field of gravity, or the electromagnetic field. This field is neither matter nor energy, and therefore does not possess a quantity. Even though there is no direct scientific evidence for the Consciousness Field, it is possible to investigate its effects on objects through controlled experiments. The aim of the present work was to study the alleviative effects of the Faradarmani Consciousness Field on common wheat Triticum aestivum L. var Star under salt stress.

Methods: Plants were grown under 0 mM NaCl (control) and 150 mM NaCl with or without the influence of Faradarmani Consciousness Field for 3 weeks. Chlorophyll, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), malondialdehyde (MDA) content and activity of antioxidant enzymes such as superoxide dismutase (SOD),polyphenol oxidase (PPO), and peroxidase (POX) were measured in all groups of plants.

Results: In the salt-treated plants under the influence of the Faradarmani Consciousness Field, the contents of total chlorophyll, as well as a and b chlorophyll forms, were elevated compared with the control plants (34.8%, 17.8%, and 169% respectively). Additionally, Faradarmani increased H2O(57%) and the activity of SOD and PPO by 220% and 168%, respectively, under salinity compared with the control plants. MDA content and activity of peroxidase were decreased by 12.5% and 34%, respectively.

Conclusion: These results suggest the Faradarmani Consciousness Field as a qualitative intervention strategy to withstand salt stress in plants, by increasing the contents of chlorophyll, antioxidant enzyme activities, and decreasing MDA content under salinity.

Keywords: Faradarmani Consciousness Field, telomerase activity, telomere length, stem cells

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