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I. Teratogenicity of parathion 20 WP in Japanese quail, pheasant and chicken embryo. II. Teratogenic studies of captan on Japanese quail and pheasant embryos



I. Teratogenicity of parathion 20 WP in Japanese quail, pheasant and chicken embryo. II. Teratogenic studies of captan on Japanese quail and pheasant embryos



Acta Veterinaria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 29(4): 371-381, 383-388



Parathion 20 WP was tested for teratogenicity in embryos of Japanese quail, pheasant and domestic hen. Embryological and microscopic examinations revealed dose-dependent, characteristic abnormalities in embryonic development (lordosis, scoliosis, pes debilis, thoraco-gastroschisis) and histopathological lesions during the progressive phase of ossification in the middle period of embryogenesis.

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