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Does exposure to zero gravity effect male reproducitve processes? - Created in 2019 - CPDID=604
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Male mice, caged in the International Space Station for 35 days, sire healthy offspring
Male mice raised in space using specially developed cages were returned safely to Earth. The sperm production/fertilizing ability of the mice were normal and the reproduction ability of the offspring were not affected by their parents' stay in outer space. The findings on the effects of the environment in space on the male reproductive system will contribute to the accumulation of basic knowledge for humankind to expand the range of its activity
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265. Does exposure to zero gravity effect male reproducitve processes? [Abstract]
from: James Stanger (office@fertaid.com ), Australia on 10/11/2019 7:58:07 AM Profession:
Comment: For at least 35 days, the anwer is no.
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