A Report on the Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation on the Growth of Silkworm in Mobile Phone

IRR Li, Suping Liu, Yanzhong Gu

Article ID: 367
Vol 1, Issue 1, 2018, Article identifier:

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This study was conducted to study the growth process of silkworm eggs in a silkworm research center under the condition of no electromagnetic radiation and strong electromagnetic radiation. In the course of the study, the silkworm seeds were randomly divided into two groups. All the mulberry leaves were used to observe and record the time of molting dormancy growth and the related physiological parameters were recorded and recorded. The effect of mobile phone radiation on the growth process of silkworm larvae was analyzed. Based on the experimental results, the microcosmic mechanism of the effects of mobile radiation on organisms and adolescents was analyzed and the preventive measures were put forward. First, for young people as much as possible to reduce the frequency of mobile phone use, thereby reducing the adverse effects of electromagnetic radiation on the growth and development of young people, to develop good habits. Second, the social and electromagnetic wave management departments attach importance to strengthen the rational use of electromagnetic waves.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24294/irr.v1i1.367


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