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Magnetoreception and the Search for Magnetic Material in Rodents

Authors: Janice G. Mather,

Publish Date: 1985
Volume: , Issue:, Pages: 509-533
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The influence of magnetic fields on small mammals, particularly rodents, has been investigated for the past 30 years. Early studies were aimed at determining the effect of anomalous magnetic conditions on mammalian biology in order to assess possible hazards associated with human occupations. As a consequence, many experiments have involved exposing laboratory rodents to magnetic fields that are either far stronger or weaker than the earth’s magnetic field, so that any influence on physiology and behavior can be ascertained.


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