Bìol. Tvarin, 2018, volume 20, issue 2, pp. 9–14


O. Bobritska, K. Yugay, L. Vodopyanova, I. Zhukova
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Kharkiv State Zooveterinary Academy,
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In recent years a great number of different ways to influence weak microorganisms, plants, animals in order to activate biological processes and increase productivity have been determined.

Studies are based on the fact that most of the physiological processes occurring in a living organism are accompanied by electromagnetic oscillations in a certain frequency spectrum and the external action of the same spectrum of electromagnetic frequencies causes the phenomenon of resonance (bioresonance), which in turn stimulates or suppresses certain biochemical processes.

However, contradictory information regarding the non-thermal effect of electromagnetic waves on the organism, cellular and molecular levels of the organization gives a chance to state only the assumption about the regularities of biological effects of electromagnetic waves.

To study the effect of low-frequency electromagnetic radiation we used Parkes-L device. Its operating frequency range is from 0.1 Hz to 30 kHz.

The article is devoted to the study of the nature of the electromagnetic radiation exposure of the «Parkes-L» device on growth, development, morphological composition of blood, and on the parameters of natural resistance of puppies from birth to 2 months of age.

It has been found that as a result of exposure to low-frequency electromagnetic radiation, an increase in hematopoiesis occurs, which is expressed in a significant increase in the number of leukocytes, as well as hemoglobin concentration. Under the action of the Parkes-L device natural resistance also increased, which was manifested in the increase of phagocytic activity of neutrophils, phagocytic number, phagocytic index, phagocytic capacity and concentration of immunoglobulin. It is established that the influence of the electromagnetic radiation of Parkes-L device stimulates the growth and development of puppies, which can be explained by the various mechanisms of the action of low-frequency electromagnetic waves on circulatory systems, the activity of enzyme systems and the improvement of metabolic processes in tissues that underlie the growth and development of the animal organism.


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