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Tail chasing behaviour in parental and transgenerationally stressed rats from 14-15
hours prior to parturition. Prenatal and transgenerational stress reduced the amount
of time spent tail chasing (A) and the number of rotations (B) in a 60-min time interval.
There was no effect of gestational stress in the parental generation (n=6), however,
both transgenerational (F2-SNN, n=5) and multigenerational (F1-SS [n=5], F2-SSS [n=6])
stress reduced tail chasing activity. Cont includes non-stress control dams (n=7).
Asterisks indicate statistical significances: ** p≤0.01, compared to control group.
^{#} p≤0.05, ^{##} p≤0.01, compared to parental F0-S generation. Data represent mean square root±SEM.
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