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Fig. 2 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 2

From: Effects of BPA and BPS exposure limited to early embryogenesis persist to impair non-associative learning in adults

Fig. 2

BPA affects fecundity and neural functions. a Embryos exposed to BPA (1 μM and higher concentrations) laid significantly fewer eggs as adults, as compared to controls (bars depict the mean number of eggs laid; n = 10, *p < 0.05). b Adults arising from embryos that had been exposed to BPA required higher number of stimuli in order to habituate to touch (bars represent the mean number of gentle taps required for habituation; n = 60, *p  <  0.05). Error bars denote SEM. Statistical analyses were done using one-way ANOVA followed by Tukey’s post hoc analysis

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