The endogenous microorganisms in the blood, called Endobionten by Enderlein, are innocuous in their primitive forms, multiplied in the course of life to sets of astronomical numbers, developed in nature disloyal life also to highly valent (high-value / high-energy) forms and would be with the conspecifics Those living on adjacent erythrocytes, joining together into colonies, … Continue reading What are the possibilities of developing and transformation for microorganism after Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein?
Aspergillus is a genus of mold fungi. They like to grow cotton, but also on hemp, jute and kapok, upholstered furniture and foam mattresses. They are found in fruits, vegetables, flour, nuts, jam, bread, hay and silage, but also to animal (bird attitude!) , Wood, paper and carpets. In the bathroom, and in all the … Continue reading What is Aspergillus?
This paper is written as a response to the recent findings on pleomorphism that have been presented by Ronald Ullmann, a biochemist who resides in Calw, Germany. The conclusions that are presented by Mr. Ullmann are based on the published research findings of Dr. Christopher Gerner, Ph.D. It should be noted that Mr. Ullmann is … Continue reading New Scientific Findings and Their Impact on the Enderlein Perspective