Study overviews

Experimental studies on static electric fields

149 studies in total
  1. 93 studies
  2. 66 studies
  3. 13 studies
  4. 9 studies
  5. 6 studies
  6. 5 studies
Authors Year Exposed system Endpoints Parameters Electric field strength
Picton HD 1966 invertebrate, <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i> - static magnetic field, static electric field 3 V/cm
Murr LE 1966 plant, bush bean, sweet corn - static electric field, DC 30–80 kV/m
Murr LE 1966 plant, bush bean, sweet corn - static electric field, DC 100–500 kV/m
Wheaton FW et al. 1971 plant, soy bean (<i>Glycine max</i> L.) and corn (<i>Zea mays</i>) - electric field, static electric field, 50/60 Hz, DC 131.23–1,443.57 V/cm
Wang Y et al. 2008 plant, tomato (<i>Lycopersicon esculentum</i> Mill.) (fruit) - static electric field 1–3 kV/cm
Edwards DK 1961 invertebrate, moth <i>Nepytia Phantasmaria</i> - static electric field 18 kV/m
Blackman VH 1924 plant, oat, barley, wheat, clover - static electric field -
Murr LE 1966 plant, grain sorghum, wax bean, corn, orchard grass - electric field, static electric field, 50/60 Hz, shielding/field deprivation 20–80 kV/m
Levengood WC et al. 1960 invertebrate, <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i>/wild-type and ehite eye mutant, whole body - static electric field, also other exposures without EMF, co-exposure -
Altmann G 1968 animal, invertebrate, mouse/white, bird/budgerigar, guinea pig, frog/<i>Rana esculenta</i>, fish/goldfish and guppy and zebrafisch, locust/<i>Locusta migratoria</i>, whole body - static electric field, signals/pulses, touch current 2,000–2,100 V/m