Electromagnetism & Life — Facsimile Edition

Contents

Preface to Facsimile Edition

Preface

Introduction

Part One: Historical Developments

1. The Origins of Electrobiology

Part Two: The Role of Electromagnetic Energy in the Regulation of Life Processes

2. The Physiological Function of Intrinsic Electromagnetic Energy

3. Control of Living Organisms by Natural and Simulated Environmental Electromagnetic Energy

Part Three: Laboratory Studies of the Adaptability of Organisms to Electromagnetic Energy

4. Electrical Properties of Biological Tissue

5. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on the Nervous System

6. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on the Endocrine System

7. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on the Cardiovascular and Hematological Systems

8. Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on Biological Functions

9. Mechanisms of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Energy

Part Four: Applied Electromagnetic Energy: Risks and Benefits

10. Health Risks Due to Artificial Electromagnetic Energy in the Environment

11. Special Topics Concerning Electromagnetic Energy

Summary

Index

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