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Indian researchers claim that cell phone radiation affects crop growth
“Nearly 50 chilli plants exposed to mobile radiation from the seed-stage till they grew into plants, attained more height and grew longer leaves than their counterparts not exposed to radiations. But their leaves were wrinkled and looked dull compared to normal plants,” said Bhaskar Gupta, a professor of electronics and telecommunication at Jadavpur University, who led the study. “Our experiments only reveal plants are affected by mobile radiations. We are using the help of biologists to find out what changes are going on inside the plants and whether these are harmful or beneficial.”
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