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North Carolina State University Study Shows Reproductive Effects of Pesticide Exposure Span Generations



4/23/2013 7:32:01 AM

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North Carolina State University researchers studying aquatic organisms called Daphnia have found that exposure to a chemical pesticide has impacts that span multiple generations -- causing the so-called "water fleas" to produce more male offspring, and causing reproductive problems in female offspring.

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