Image creating research methods

These sciencentific methods are based on the phenomenological observation of the capacity of an extract to create a pattern that is unique for the species or for the plant part. The pattern is evaluated in accordance with certain predefined criteria.

The methods are an important complement to the ordinary analytical research.

Three different types of techniques have been developed.

Which one to use is depending on the most commonly occuring substances in the extract.

Bio Crystallisation, copper chloride crystallisation, proteins
Capillary Dynamolysis, vertical filters, ‘rising pictures’, sugars/ bitter materials
Bio Chromatography, horisontal circular images, minerals, sugars/ bitter materials

 

Text and pictures from Biochromalab

Biochromatogram of carrot extract

Capillary Dynamolysis of carrot extract

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bio Crystallisation of carrot extract