The magnetic flux densities applied in this study are similar to those recorded in the vicinities of underwater AC and DC cables, respectively. Rainbow trout eggs were collected after spawning and divided into the following groups: exposure to the static magnetic field until 1) 5 days post hatch (n = 20), 2) 15 days post hatch (n = 30) and 3) 23 days post hatch (n = 30) as well as exposure to the 50 Hzmagnetic field until 4) 4 days post hatch (n = 20), 5) 13 days post hatch (n = 30) and 6) 24 days post hatch (n = 30). For each exposure group, a separate control group was used.
Fey DP et al.
Effect of static magnetic field on the hatching success, growth, mortality, and yolk-sac absorption of larval Northern pike Esox lucius.
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Genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of 50 Hz 1 mT electromagnetic field on larval rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), Baltic clam (Limecola balthica) and common ragworm (Hediste diversicolor).
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Are magnetic and electromagnetic fields of anthropogenic origin potential threats to early life stages of fish?
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