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Fig. 5 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 5

From: Neurobehavioral changes in mice offspring exposed to green tea during fetal and early postnatal development

Fig. 5

Animal’s behavior in T-maze (learning and memory tests). Latency time to reach the food (a, b), time spent in food arm (c, d), number of entries into food arm (e, f) at postnatal day 30 for mice offspring exposed perinatally to aqueous extract of green tea. Data are presented as the mean ± SEM (n = 8). Differences were considered statistically significant at ***p < 0.001

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