An assessment of fertility in boron-exposed Turkish subpopulations: 2. Evidence that boron has no effect on human reproduction.

@article{ayli1998AnAO,
  title={An assessment of fertility in boron-exposed Turkish subpopulations: 2. Evidence that boron has no effect on human reproduction.},
  author={Bekir Sitki Şayli},
  journal={Biological trace element research},
  year={1998},
  volume={66 1-3},
  pages={409-22}
}
In order to assess the effects of boron and its compounds on human health in a country with the world's largest deposits, investigations were carried out on fertility and reproduction in the most highly exposed populations. The 927 probands, 697 male and 230 female, interviewed in the field were selected from six different areas of Turkey, in the provinces of Balikesir, Eskisehir, and Kutahya, with the highest boron deposits. These people are exposed to boron environmentally or occupationally… CONTINUE READING