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ECIWO Theory

   There are several millions types of organisms on the Earth. All of them having different shapes and colors live in different habitats and enliven mother Nature with their diversity. Living world stores a countless number of secrets. Since ancient times people do their best to cognize living nature.

   Microscope was invented in the seventeenth century and then an English scientist Robert Hooke for the first time viewed the cells of a plant under a microscope. After more than 100 year German scientists Schleiden and Schwann laid the groundwork for histology. Histology says that a cell is a universal structural unit of organisms and that all organisms consist of cells and new cells appear as a result of cell division. But organisms are very complicated! Are there any other structural universal units besides cells?

   From the very beginning of his existence man started to study his body. For a long while the human knowledge of their bodies were based on anatomy, moreover the difference between various structural units of a human body was stressed. Such an approach allowed people to study a human body deeply and made it possible for modern medicine to extend and improve its achievements.

   But the approach based on anatomy reveals only one aspect of a human body structure. ECIWO theory, established by professor Yingqing Zhang¬†of the Shandong University in China, analyses a human body from another viewpoint. It discovered the unity of various structural units of a human body, i.e. their embryonic properties and thus it significantly improved man's knowledge of his body.

   This is professor Yingqing Zhang. After many years of monitoring and thorough research he put forth ECIWO theory and established ECIWO biology. ECIWO theory detected another universal structural and functional unit of a human body, i.e. - ECIWO.

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   The ordinary cells of a body are called somatic. They also contain all information about a body and they are able to develop into a new organism. In a laboratory in simulated conditions the somatic cells of an animal or a plant can grow into a new organism. In natural conditions they also show capacity for growing into new organisms in the body of an animal or a plant itself. But due to the control of the whole body while developing they will be specialized and thus will develop into a component of the whole body. E.g. a leaf, a flower, a branch of a plant's body, an organ or a limb of animal or human body. All parts of the body appear as a result of the development and specialization of somatic cells. Though they are different in shapes and functions, all of them contain all information about the whole body. They are specialized embryos. Due to these reasons professor Yingqing Zhang¬†called them ECIWO.

   The properties of embryos of many ECIWO are distinctively displayed on a body of a plant. A lot of small cacti on a big cactus are nothing but highly developed ECIWO. They can be torn off and put into the soil to get new specimen. Similarly different parts of animal body are also ECIWO. A spring grows on a hydra's body as a branch of a plant. Won't it be ECIWO that can develop on its own, out of a parent body? Leeches can multiply by transverse fission into sections. After the fission each section can develop into a new specimen. Most of the sections of an earthworm have the same visceras and structures. Each section is a specialized embryo, that is why if you cut an earthworm into two parts, two earthworms can grow out of them.

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   Zebra is a very special animal with stripes all around its body. But did you know that the number of stripes of the main part of its body is always the same? Have a look, all of them have 11 stripes on each segment of a body. This phenomenon represents a trait of embryonic features of different main ECIWO on the body of a zebra.

   If we tell you that human limbs and organs are ECIWO, it will be difficult to understand. But actually people, alike other higher animals, are not an exception.

   Let us take human limbs. There is humerus in each upper limb and there is also a notochord in a human embryo on the early stage of development. Have a look, a notochord is located in the back side of an embryo, while humerus is located in the back part of a limb on the transverse section. Actually humerus is a specialized notochord.

   Same refers to each human limb. But human body structure is more complicated. Just a limb represents a lot of ECIWO levels, where all highly developed ECIWO are miniature pictures of the whole body.

   Human body being the most difficult and highest organism actually consists of ECIWO. It is commonly known that in the case of cell division and embryonic development, all cells of an organism or embryo have the same set of hereditary genes. Consequently all somatic cells are able to develop into new specimen, i.e. all of them have embryonic properties. In the case of a conceive, after the confluence of a sperm cell and egg cell, the confluence and exchange of hereditary material containing in them takes place in a human body. Cell division starts and as result of it morula appears.

   Morula consists of many ECIWO of zygote type. A new specimen can develop out of each cell of a zygote. If human morula is doubled on bilocular stage embryo, these two new embryos can continue to develop and become twins similar to each other.

   Then morula turns into blastula. Embryonic cells do not develop directly from blastula's cells. According to ECIWO theory, inner cell mass in blastula is an embryo inside an embryo. An embryonic disc appears there and in the future it turns into an embryo.

   Then cell removal leads to the development of an embryonic gastrula.

   After gastrula stage neurula stage comes. An embryonic disc is gastrulated, an embryonic body bends and another ECIWO develops - neurula type ECIWO.

   Thus on the early stages of the development of mammals' embryos one can distinguish the following stages of development or ECIWO types:

   Neurula type ECIWO is special because there is a longitudinal axis - notochord. Each segment containing a long bone is neurula type ECIWO. Short bones, flat bones and irregular bones appear as a result of the metamorphosis of notochord. There are 216 bones in a human body all in all, thus a human body has 216 neurula type ECIWO.

   ECIWO theory established by professor Zhang offers an absolutely new conception of a human body. Various ECIWO are specific embryos on various stages of embryonic development. Human body is a certain mass, mosaic consisting of a great many of specific embryos - a kingdom of ECIWO elements.

   ECIWO theory represents an absolutely new explanation of the nature of cancer. Cancer is ECIWO which development was stopped on the stage of morula. Thus cancer is characterized by the very fast division and multiplication of cells during which their size and density are changed. Repeating experiments and comparing results professor Yingqing Zhang put forth a theory of ECIWO development abortion on the stage of cancer and offered a new strategy of fight with cancer which led to positive results in clinical practice. This theory enlightens a new way to human victory over cancer.