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Fig. 3 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 3

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

Fig. 3

BPS exerts effects similar to BPA. a Embryos exposed to BPS (0.5 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 Embryonic exposure to BPS results in slower habituation (bars represent number of gentle taps required for habituation; n = 60, *p  <  0.05). Error bars denote SEM. Analysis done with one-way ANOVA followed by Tukey’s post hoc analysis

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