Jeewanu Photochemical synthesis of Jeewanu

The Photochemical Synthesis of the 'Jeewanu' protocell - like the self sustaining microstructure 10 UM.

  • - Preparation of 'Jeewanu" and the presence of Sugars.
- Phospholipids
- Nucleic acid bases.
- Enzyme-like activities.
- Ferredoxin - like material and RNA - like activity.

Introduction Abiogenesis of biochemicals


If we come across a recently synthesized living system what do we expect it to look like?

It is certain that the cell as we know today would not have been synthesized under natural conditions, to begin with, because the cell as we know it today has acquired this shape by evolution during all the 3.2 billion years, after it was synthesized for the first time.

Dr. Krishna Bahadur Professor, Researcher and originator of Jeewanu.

Born on January 20, 1926 at Allahabad (U.P)  India ( Expired on  Aug 5th 1994) Served as a professor in the Department of     Chemistry.

Published more than 300 research   papers and guided 50 students for their D.Phil. Degree. He studied Photochemical formation of protocell - like microstructures, "Jeewanu". ( A Sanskrit word Meaning particles of life )

Dr. Krishna Bahadur

Born on January 20th, 1926 at Allahabad (U.P) India (expired on August 5th. 1994)Served as a professor in the Department of Chemistry. Published more than 300 research   papers and guided 50 students for their D.Phil. Degree. He studied Photochemical formation of protocell - like microstructures, "Jeewanu". ( A Sanskrit word Meaning particles of life )