Effect of nanosecond HPM pulses on individual development of Drosophilas

Estimation of comparative contribution by microwave and X-ray components

M. A. Bol'shakov, A. A. Eltchaninov, Alexey Ivanovich Klimov, I. R. Knyazeva, S. D. Korovin, I. V. Pegel, V. V. Rostov, V. V. Voskresensky

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Abstract

Effect of X-band HPM pulses from SINUS-500 relativistic HPM source on Drosophila melanogaster embryos, larvae, and pupae was studied. The test objects were irradiated with 10-ns pulses during 5-min batches at pulse rate of 3-29 p.p.s. The peak microwave power was 500 MW, the electric field in the irradiation zone was ∼1.5×104 V/cm and the X-ray dose was 1-3 μRad per pulse. To understand the mechanisms of the effects and to estimate the comparative contribution of microwave and X-ray components of the SINUS-500 radiation, the objects were also exposed to (a) X-ray-free microwave pulses from a magnetron (wavelength 3 cm, pulse width 730 ns, pulse power up to 40 kW, electric field at the object ∼1.5×103 V/cm), (b) pure X-ray pulses produced in periodically-pulsed regime by the SINUS-500 facility where the microwave component was cut by a metal screen, and (c) continuous X-rays with nearly the same dose and exposition time (2-30 mRad during 5 min). The irradiation caused notable disturbance in individual development of Drosophilas in the form of increased PID, teratism of imagoes, delay of imago fly etc. The strength of the effects was depending upon the stage of development of the organism by the moment of irradiation, and the pulse repetition rate. Repeated extra exposures did not increase the effect. The pulses from SINUS-500 facility produced stronger effect that the magnetron pulses. The strength of X-ray pulse action depended on the pulse rate while the effect from continuous X-rays was negligibly small. The paper discusses, possible mechanisms of action of nanosecond HPM pulses.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists: Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages151-154
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)0780363469, 9780780363465
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Event7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists on Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001 - Tomsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 26 Feb 20012 Mar 2001

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Other7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists on Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001
CountryRussian Federation
CityTomsk
Period26.2.012.3.01

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Microwaves
X-Rays
microwaves
X rays
pulses
x rays
Heart Rate
Irradiation
pulse rate
Dosimetry
Electric fields
embryo
irradiation
Pulse repetition rate
Pupa
pupa
Drosophila melanogaster
Diptera
larvae
Drosophila

Keywords

  • development disturbance
  • Drosophila
  • nanosecond HPM pulses
  • X-ray pulses

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biotechnology
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Materials Science (miscellaneous)
  • Instrumentation
  • Education

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Bol'shakov, M. A., Eltchaninov, A. A., Klimov, A. I., Knyazeva, I. R., Korovin, S. D., Pegel, I. V., ... Voskresensky, V. V. (2001). Effect of nanosecond HPM pulses on individual development of Drosophilas: Estimation of comparative contribution by microwave and X-ray components. In Proceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists: Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001 (pp. 151-154). [983780] Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.. https://doi.org/10.1109/MTT.2001.983780

Effect of nanosecond HPM pulses on individual development of Drosophilas : Estimation of comparative contribution by microwave and X-ray components. / Bol'shakov, M. A.; Eltchaninov, A. A.; Klimov, Alexey Ivanovich; Knyazeva, I. R.; Korovin, S. D.; Pegel, I. V.; Rostov, V. V.; Voskresensky, V. V.

Proceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists: Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2001. p. 151-154 983780.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bol'shakov, MA, Eltchaninov, AA, Klimov, AI, Knyazeva, IR, Korovin, SD, Pegel, IV, Rostov, VV & Voskresensky, VV 2001, Effect of nanosecond HPM pulses on individual development of Drosophilas: Estimation of comparative contribution by microwave and X-ray components. in Proceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists: Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001., 983780, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., pp. 151-154, 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists on Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001, Tomsk, Russian Federation, 26.2.01. https://doi.org/10.1109/MTT.2001.983780
Bol'shakov MA, Eltchaninov AA, Klimov AI, Knyazeva IR, Korovin SD, Pegel IV et al. Effect of nanosecond HPM pulses on individual development of Drosophilas: Estimation of comparative contribution by microwave and X-ray components. In Proceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists: Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. 2001. p. 151-154. 983780 https://doi.org/10.1109/MTT.2001.983780
Bol'shakov, M. A. ; Eltchaninov, A. A. ; Klimov, Alexey Ivanovich ; Knyazeva, I. R. ; Korovin, S. D. ; Pegel, I. V. ; Rostov, V. V. ; Voskresensky, V. V. / Effect of nanosecond HPM pulses on individual development of Drosophilas : Estimation of comparative contribution by microwave and X-ray components. Proceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students, Post-Graduates and Young Scientists: Modern Techniques and Technology, MTT 2001. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2001. pp. 151-154
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