Electric and Magnetic Field Reception

@inproceedings{Neumann2006ElectricAM,
  title={Electric and Magnetic Field Reception},
  author={Eberhard Dipl.-Ing. Neumann},
  year={2006}
}
Electric field reception (E) and magnetic field reception (B) are defined as the mutual interaction of external fields with the relatively high internal fields of the ionic and the (electric and magnetic, respectively) dipolar components including the cellular magnetosomes involved in sensory processes. The natural E fields are particularly apparent in the electrophysiological function of nerves. Physicochemically, the E and B fields primarily act on charges, changing their positions and… CONTINUE READING