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EC number: 235-727-4
CAS number: 12626-81-2
Table 1 - Effect of Lead on Functional State of Spermatozoa
*Significant at p<0.02
**Significant at P<0.05
***Significant at p<0.01
Effect of lead on conditioned reflex activity in case of chronic exposure
**Significant at p <0.05
***Significant AT P<0.02
Table 2 - State of structural-functional elements of gonads in case of
chronic lead intoxication
**Significant at p<0.01
Table 3- Indices of embryotoxic effect of lead
* Significant at p < 0.05
A wide spectrum of biological effects of lead and aluminum ions is noted
during short-term and long-term oral administration to laboratory
animals. The general toxic and gonadotoxic effects of these metals
during a short-term experiment appeared to be identical, and the
correlation of these effects was preserved during chronic experiments.
lead (0.03 mg/l) and aluminum (0.5 mg/l) concentrations in water may be
dangerous to the health of the population, and hygienic standards are
recommended for inclusion in the standard for drinking water quality.
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