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Morg fibers powered by pigment?



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large fiber structure grows from a pile of pigmented gel.
...not just "a fiber"..a STRUCTURE made of fibers.

I have noted that wherever there is an abundance of
pigmented gels..the more vigorous the fiber growth..
and the more complex the fiber structures tend to be.

..otoh..where the pigmented gels are lacking...the fewer
the fibers...and the simpler the growth pattern.

..have studied many morg lesion "scabs"..they all have pigment
spots. As the scabs are replaced..they tend to have
fewer and smaller pigment spots.

..the "final" scabs..as the lesion is "really" healing..
have very few..very small pigment spots.

there does seem to be a strong correlation between
the pigments and the fibers/fiber structures.

the pigments may very well be the energy source for the
rapid growth of the fibers...as well as a source of
the fibers themselves.

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