To investigate comparatively the changes in behavioral activty of experimental animals after exposing them to low intensity electromagnetic fields in the meter, decimeter and centimeter ranges, applied at the same power density.
|Exposure duration||10 times 10 min per day|
The data suggest that exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) in the three ranges can slow down the formation of conditioned responses. This was clearly marked in the rats exposed to meter EMFs, whereas the effects of centimeter EMFs were delayed in time. At athermal dosage these effects are mild and the organism can easily adapt to the irradiation. The study shows that determination of the effects of different EMFs should be done for each of the ranges separately. Determination of the exact dosage of the electromagnetic fields can help to avoid their negative biological effects.