Some products containing glyphosate may decrease trout immunity before reproduction
ANSES scientists exposed rainbow trout for 10 months to glyphosate concentrations comparable to those found in nature. This exposure did not affect their survival, reproduction or metabolism. However, occasional changes to their immune response were observed.
The research was published in the journal Aquatic Toxicology on 26 November 2020. Scientists from the Unit for Viral Diseases in Fish at ANSES's Ploufragan-Plouzané-Niort Laboratory tested the effect of exposure for 10 ...Read more
Published on 21/12/2020
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