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Radiobiology



Radiobiology (or radiation biology) is the interdisciplinary field of science that studies the biological effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation of the whole electromagnetic spectrum, including radioactivity (alpha, beta and gamma), x-rays, ultraviolet radiation, visible light, microwaves, radio wave, low-frequency radiation (such as used in alternate electric transmission, ultrasound thermal radiation (heat), and related modalities.

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Areas of interest

The interactions between electromagnetic fields (EMF) and organisms can be studied at several levels:

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    References and further reading

    • Eric Hall, Radiobiology for the Radiobiologist. 2006. Lippincott


     
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