EFFECTS OF ANTIFERTILITY SUBSTANCES ON MALE JAPANESE QUAIL

in Reproduction

Summary.

The effects of several compounds of established antifertility action in male rodents have been investigated in male quail.

A short period of infertility soon followed administration of oral doses of triethylenemelamine and trimethylphosphate. Triethylenemelamine, aziridinyl urea and ethylenedimethanesulphonate by the intraperitoneal route led to infertile egg production for several weeks.

Differences between rats and quail regarding effective dose and length of sterility are discussed.

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