Influence of high magnetic fields on meiosis

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In a homogeneous, high magnetic field, the number of chromosomal aberrations during meiotic division in the sporogenic tissue of lily is increased.

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Linskens, H.F., Smeets, P.S.G.M. Influence of high magnetic fields on meiosis. Experientia 34, 42 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01921889

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Keywords

  • Magnetic Field
  • Chromosomal Aberration
  • High Magnetic Field
  • Meiotic Division
  • Sporogenic Tissue