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“…Moreover, the histological analysis of the testes revealed that the pattern of organization of the seminiferous epithelium presented no obvious changes and that the overall morphology was maintained normal in the treated groups. The perinatal and postnatal development potential depends on the subjects and their ability to meet varied environmental conditions (Hollenbach et al, 2010). There is a need for longitudinal studies concerning the reproductive toxicology covering not only structural but also functional changes, such as the development of physical characteristics from the first days of life and even animal behavior (Hollenbach et al, 2010).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Moreover, the histological analysis of the testes revealed that the pattern of organization of the seminiferous epithelium presented no obvious changes and that the overall morphology was maintained normal in the treated groups. The perinatal and postnatal development potential depends on the subjects and their ability to meet varied environmental conditions (Hollenbach et al, 2010). There is a need for longitudinal studies concerning the reproductive toxicology covering not only structural but also functional changes, such as the development of physical characteristics from the first days of life and even animal behavior (Hollenbach et al, 2010).…”
Section: Tablementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The perinatal and postnatal development potential depends on the subjects and their ability to meet varied environmental conditions (Hollenbach et al, 2010). There is a need for longitudinal studies concerning the reproductive toxicology covering not only structural but also functional changes, such as the development of physical characteristics from the first days of life and even animal behavior (Hollenbach et al, 2010). According to Peters and Guerra (1995), a normal postnatal development is generally observed when the percentage of surviving newborns and their growth are similar to those obtained in control animals.…”
Section: Tablementioning
confidence: 99%