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5,000 eggs (and later on worms) were cultivated and exposed in one plate
exposure system consisted of five parts including a power regulator, two Helmholtz coils, an incubator, a temperature recorder and a temperature control system; two verticalcoils (150 turns of 1mm copper wire) were placed in the incubator and connected in parallel; three culture plates were put simultaneously in the center of the coils where the magnetic field was uniform; a silicone tube connected to a condenser was wound around the coils to keep the temperature at 20 °C (± 0.10 °C)