Effects of Electromagnetic Field on the Growth of Kidney Beans
Keywords:Electromagnetic Field, Kidney Beans, Morphometric, Parameters,
AbstractExperimental investigations of the impact of highfrequency, low-intensity electromagnetic (EM) fields on the morphometric growth parameters of kidney bean plants were carried out. In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of various electronic devices. However, individuals who are in proximity of these devices do not realize the adverse effects of these devices on human health. Therefore, this study investigated the effects of EM field on growing cells of the kidney bean plant.
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