Study overviews

Experimental studies on static electric fields

146 studies in total
  1. 92 studies
  2. 63 studies
  3. 12 studies
  4. 9 studies
  5. 6 studies
  6. 5 studies
Authors Year Exposed system Endpoints Parameters Electric field strength
Pavelka J et al. 2001 invertebrate, <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i>/SM1/Pm(Cy/Pm) (embryo) - electric field, static electric field, 50/60 Hz, DC, also other exposures without EMF, co-exposure 15–550 V/cm
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 -
Maw MG 1961 invertebrate, <i>Itoplectis conquisitor</i> (Hymenoptera) - static electric field -
Nonomura T et al. 2014 invertebrate, <i>Megaselia spiracularis</i>, <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i>, <i>Scatella stagnalis</i> - static electric field -
Maw MG 1961 invertebrate, Ichneumonidae (<i>Scambus buolianae</i>), whole body - static electric field, shielding/field deprivation 0.8–1.2 V/cm
Cammaerts MC et al. 2014 invertebrate, ant (<i>Myrmica sabuleti</i>) and (<i>Myrmica ruginodis</i>) motor activity of ants mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications, RF field, DECT, W-LAN/WiFi, static electric field, PC/TV monitor -
Haine E 1962 invertebrate, aphid (<i>Myzus persicae</i> - static electric field, shielding/field deprivation -
He J et al. 2016 invertebrate, aphid (<i>Sitbion avenae</i>) - static electric field, DC 2–6 kV/cm
Watson DB 1984 invertebrate, blowfly (<i>Calliphora vicina</i>) and fruitfly (<i>Drosophila melanogaster</i>) - static electric field, 50/60 Hz, DC 324–416 kV/m
Sutton GP et al. 2016 invertebrate, bumblebees (<i>Bombus terrestris</i>) - electric field, static electric field, intermediate frequency -