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the branch of biology that studies the effects of radiation on living organisms

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Radiation biology and inherited sterility in false codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
Nanao Kamada, professor emeritus of radiation biology at Hiroshima University, had said that people need to stop eating contaminated vegetables or other products to avoid being affected by it.
The Laboratory of Radiation Biology of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research invited scientists and other members of the computer molecular simulation community to Dubna, near Moscow, in September 2008 to share insights, mainly regarding the simulation of molecular dynamics in chemical physics and biophysical systems.
Plutonium passes through the human body when people are exposed to it from the outside,'' said Nanao Kamada, professor emeritus of radiation biology at Hiroshima University.
Radiologists are probably not as familiar with current concepts of radiation biology, dose modulation techniques and optimizing dose requirements as they need to be.
of the department of radiation biology at the Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo, "There may be more beneficial than adverse effects of moderately increased sun exposure, even for total cancer mortality.
Another option that sounded interesting was radiation biology, so I decided to give that a shot.
During the four-day conference, a number of working papers on peaceful atomic energy applications like nuclear centrifuges, radiation biology and nuclear technology applications in various fields will be discussed.
Using 8-week-old rates, the research team from Hiroshima University's Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, implanted parts of their esophagus, bronchus, bladder and diaphragm into the stomachs and duodenum of other rats.
It is possible that each organ has anaplastic stem cells like the bone marrow stem cells,'' said Hiromitsu Watanabe, a member of the group and a professor at Hiroshima University's Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine.
of the Food and Drug Administration's Radiation Biology Branch, Rockville, Md.
NEW) This summary demonstrates how the study of radiation biology began and how radiation safety and protection measures evolved from early research efforts to formally established organizations that examine leading scientific thought and provide guidance and recommendations on radiation protection and measurement.
1) Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and (2) Department of Developmental Biology, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
Instead, women should insist on other methods of screening such as MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), said Ms Schwager, who headed the study published in the International Journal of Radiation Biology.