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This study was performed to investigate effects of extremely high frequency field on fertility of rats.
10 adult male rats with normal fertility were examined in their spermatogenesis and coupled with unexposed female rats to estimate effects of high frequency field exposure on their offspring (first filial generation, second filial generation, etc.).
|ばく露時間||30 min/day on up to 35 days or 63 days|
|Additional information||A. V. Sergeev, T. I. Subbotina, and A. A. Yashin, Informational Medical Biophysics (Theory, Experiment, and Application) [in Russian], Ed. A. A. Yashin, Tula (2002).|
A remarkable increase in the percentage of abnormal sperm was observed in field exposed rats on days 7, days 21-28 and 35-63 after the start of irradiation. Regarding the offspring, the litter size of first filial generation exceeded normal litter size.