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Motor activity of rabbits under daily thirty-minute irradiation (1.5 GHz, pulse duration 16 ms, pulse recurrence frequency 0.12 Hz, pulse intensity 0.3 mw/cm2) for one month was studied. From 14th day the reliable disadaptation changes such as an anxiety and alarm reaction were found. The importance of prolonged irradiation is noted.
In experiments with thirty rabbits the influence of thirty-minute microwave irradiation (1.5 GHz, pulse intensity 0.3 mW/cm2; pulsed modes: 0.12 Hz, 16 ms or 1000 Hz, 0.4 ms; pack-pulsed mode: pulse frequency 1000 Hz, pack frequency 0.12 Hz) on the total bioelectrical activity of brain structures was studied. The reliable effect was detected only in(More)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Commerce (DOC) organized a workshop on December 3-4, 2001. This report incorporates the views expressed at the workshop of leading experts from government, academia, and private sector, and detailed in contributions submitted thereafter by members of the U.S. science and engineering community.(More)
Low-level microwaves (6GHz, 50 Hz, 0.2 mW/cm2) as well as magnetic field (1000 Oe) can become conditioned stimuli for rabbits. The similar reflexes formed under influence of magnetic field, microwaves, light and sound comparable by biological importance as weak stimuli were compared. Similarity and distinctions in formation of stimulus-response connections(More)
The paper is devoted to study of the influence of short-term low-level microwave irradiation (6GHz, modulation 2 Hz, average intensity 0.015 mW/cm2, exposure time 50 min) on some electrophysiological and hormonal parameters in rabbits. No reliable changes in cardiac and respiratory rhythms, electromyogram intensity as well as cortisol, testosterone, insulin(More)