Embryonic ethanol exposure impairs detour learning in chicks.

@article{Means1989EmbryonicEE,
  title={Embryonic ethanol exposure impairs detour learning in chicks.},
  author={Larry W. Means and Keith Mcdaniel and Sam N Pennington},
  journal={Alcohol},
  year={1989},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={327-30}
}
Six groups of 30 fertile eggs each were injected with 200 microliters of either sterile water or a 37.5% (v/v) ethanol solution immediately before incubation or on days 7 or 14 of incubation. Regardless of day of injection, the ethanol groups had a lower proportion of chicks who completed pipping and hatching. Of the chicks surviving to pip and hatch, the group injected with ethanol immediately before incubation was delayed significantly in pipping compared to the other ethanol-injected groups… CONTINUE READING

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