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Review Article

Plant Responses to High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields

Table 2

Genes whose expression is altered after plant exposure to HF-EMF.

GeneOrganismFunctionExposure conditionsResponse to EMF exposure

lebZIP1Solanum lycopersicon, whole plantTranscription factor900 MHz, 5 V m−1, CW in a MSRCIncrease (3-fold to 4-fold) [6, 8]

lebZIP1Solanum lycopersicon, whole plantTranscription factorCell phoneIncrease (3-4-fold) [35]

camSolanum lycopersicon, whole plantCa2+ signal transduction900 MHz, 5 V m−1, CW in a MSRCIncrease (5-fold) [5, 10]

cdpkSolanum lycopersicon, whole plantCa2+ signal transduction900 MHz, 5 V m−1, CW in a MSRCIncrease (5-fold) [10]

cmbpSolanum lycopersicon, whole plantmRNA metabolism900 MHz, 5 V m−1, CW in a MSRCIncrease (6-fold) [5]

pin2Solanum lycopersicon, whole plantProteinase inhibitor900 MHz, 5 V m−1, CW in a MSRCIncrease (4.5-fold [5] and 2.5-fold) [6]

pin2Solanum lycopersicon, whole plantProteinase inhibitor900 MHz, cell phoneIncrease (2-fold) [35]

At4g26260Arabidopsis thaliana, cell suspension cultureSimilar to myo-inositol oxygenase1.9 GHz, 8 mW cm−2Decrease (0.3-fold) [36]

At3g47340Arabidopsis thaliana, cell suspension cultureGlutamine-dependent asparagine synthetase1.9 GHz, 8 mW cm−2Decrease (0.4-fold) [36]

At3g15460Arabidopsis thaliana, cell suspension cultureBrix domain protein1.9 GHz, 8 mW cm−2Decrease (0.5-fold) [36]

At4g39675Arabidopsis thaliana, cell suspension cultureExpressed protein1.9 GHz, 8 mW cm−2Increase (1.5-fold) [36]

At5g10040Arabidopsis thaliana, cell suspension cultureExpressed protein1.9 GHz, 8 mW cm−2Increase (1.4-fold) [36]

AtCg00120Arabidopsis thaliana, cell suspension cultureATPase alpha subunit (chloroplast)1.9 GHz, 8 mW cm−2Increase (1.4-fold) [36]

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