Electromagnetic Fields and the Life Environment. Marha, Karel; Musil, Jan; Tuhá, Hana, San Francisco 1971 (p.29-38)
4 Biological Effects Of Electromagnetic Waves And Their Mechanism
4.1 Effect on the human organism and on other vertebrates read it
4.4. Mechanism of effects read it
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