Biomagnetism Biomagnetism is the phenomenon of magnetic fields produced by living organisms; it is a subset of bioelectromagnetism . In contrast, organisms' use of magnetism in navigation is magnetoception and the study of the magnetic fields' effects on organisms is magnetobiology . (The word biomagnetism has also been used loosely to include magnetobiology, further encompassing almost any combination of the words magnetism, cosmology, and biology, i.e. magnetoastrobiology.)
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High-throughput analysis of multiple stress pathways using GFP reporters in C. elegans
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