circular glass chamber (15 cm diameter x 7.5 cm height)
a coil of 20 cm diameter and composed of 282 turns of insulated copper wire produced a homogeneous, vertical field; glass chamber with 6 locusts was placed inside the coil; temperature during exposure was monitored (at 1 mT, no change was observed (room temperature, 21°C), at 4 mT it was 24.5°C ± 1°C and at 7 mT it was 29.3°C ± 1°C)
cognitive/behavioral endpoints: motor activity (movement from one end of a tunnel to the other end with other locusts, food and light as attracting stimuli; number of animals reaching the other end of the tunnel and moved distance/time; video recording)
Migdał P et al.
Changes of selected biochemical parameters of the honeybee under the influence of an electric field at 50 Hz and variable intensities.
Todorović D et al.
Long-term exposure of cockroach Blaptica dubia (Insecta: Blaberidae) nymphs to magnetic fields of different characteristics: effects on antioxidant biomarkers and nymphal gut mass.
Shepherd S et al.
Increased aggression and reduced aversive learning in honey bees exposed to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields.