Effects of visible light and room temperature on the ultrastructure of preimplantation rabbit embryos: a time course study

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In a time course study (4–20 h) rabbit early cleavage stages (day 1 p.c.) and compacted morulae (day 3 p.c.) were exposed to visible light or room temperature (23° C), respectively. An 8 h light exposure of day 1 embryos caused alterations in nuclear morphology (lobulated nuclei, loss of nucleolar diffentiation), an increased electron density of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00187905

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