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Identification of irradiated insects: electron spin resonance (ESR) signal derived from irradiated insects


, : Identification of irradiated insects: electron spin resonance (ESR) signal derived from irradiated insects. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria E, Ochrona Roslin 24(1/2): 79-86

Non-irradiated stored product beetles (Coleoptera) and their fragments derive a strong natural electron spin resonance (ESR) signal, which is decreased only by 10-15% in insects irradiated with <=1.0 kGy doses of gamma radiation.

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