Reviews in Agricultural Science
Online ISSN : 2187-090X
Fragile Effects of Mobile Phone Emitted Radiations on Agricultural Growth and Ecological Systems
Aqarab Husnain GondalFranklin Ore ArecheMaría Soledad Porras-RoqueAbel Alberto Muñiz PaucarmaytaMarco Herber Muñiz PaucarmaytaGuillermo Gomer Cotrina CabelloJorge Washington Rodriguez-Deza
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2023 Volume 11 Pages 137-155


Radiofrequency radiation effects the living things including humans and plants, have recently gained considerable attention. An important factor in the expansion of radiofrequency radiations is the globalization of telecommunications networks. Mobile phone towers in Pakistan have multiplied by a large number in the last few years. Increases in mobile tower construction and tower sharing pose a threat to local flora and fauna in both urban and rural locations. Few scientists searched; how mobile phone emitted radiations affect the yield of few crops. Research on how mobile radiofrequency radiations affect molecular structure, plant cell biology, ecology and biochemical composition is compiled in the current article. Furthermore, the present study sheds light on how electromagnetic radiation from 2G and 3G cells phone affects the germination process of important staple crops. New research reveals how radiofrequency radiation affects plant ecosystems’ morphological and physiological properties. This review also emphasizes the importance of further collective and field-based empirical studies to determine the effect of mobile phone radiations on numerous plant species, which is necessary for developing effective preventative and mitigating measures.

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