Impact of bisphenol A (BPA) on embryo development.


<p>Phenotypic changes post-hatch in trout embryos (65 dpf) treated with BPA. Rainbow trout oocytes were acutely exposed to either low (30 µg. ml<sup>−1</sup>) or high (100 µ<sup>−1</sup>) BPA for 3 h, fertilized with untreated sperm, water hardened and maintained at 8.5°C. Image clearly shows morphological differences, including smaller size and the presence of yolk (arrow shown) in the BPA groups compared to the control.</p

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