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Morphometric analysis – effect of the radiofrequency interface of electromagnetic field on the size of hatched Dermacentor reticulatus larvae
Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine
Electromagnetic radiation interactions with living systems have been one of determining factors in biological evolution. This study investigates the effect of 900 MHz radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetics field (EMF) exposure of eggs on the development of Dermacentor reticulatus larvae. The basic objective was to determine whether the 900 MHz RF-EMF has the potential to influence the size of the body of the hatched larvae of D. reticulatus ticks. To this aim, eggs from 3 fully engorged femalesdoi:10.26444/aaem/139289 pmid:34558264 fatcat:scvid3rgvba4tde4cp5yuksgyu