The in vivo effects of low-intensity radiofrequency fields on the motor activity of protozoa

Exposed Spirostomum ambiguum: When the exposure is as low as 0.01 mW/cm2 there is a decrease in their motility. Motility of ciliates is inversely correlated with the applied flux density. The motility of the progeny is compromised transgenerationally along 10–15 generations at least.

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