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Effect of magnetic fields on drosophila

gianfranco giorgi giorgi at BIBLIO.CIB.UNIBO.IT
Tue Feb 24 04:36:16 EST 1998

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Dear Ronn,

You=92ll find some fascinating results in:
      Reba Goodman et al. Pulsing Electromagnetic Fields Induce Cellular
Transcription, Science 220, 1283-1285 (1983)

See also my paper:
Giorgi G., Guerra D., Pezzoli M.C., Cavicchi S., F. Bersani - Genetic
effects of static magnetic fields. I. Body size divergence and lethal
mutations in populations of Drosophila melanogaster after chronic exposure.
Genet. Sel. Evol. 24(5): 393-413 (1992)

Gianfranco Giorgi

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   University of  Bologna

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