Cryptochrome is a light sensing pigment found in plants and animals. It
is used by animals to sense the magnetic field of the earth and by both plants and animals to regulate circadian rhythms and
participate in other cellular functions.
Electromagnetic fields have been shown to interfere with cryptochrome functions. This information
has been brought to our attention by Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy, so many links are provided to articles and presentations by him.
Studies and other explanatory material are also offered.