* Unless otherwise specified, Spirulina was added to the diet at 10, 20, and 30% concentrations, using the corresponding controls.
(Subchronic toxicity test)
FIGURE 2.1 Three-generation reproductive assay of Spirulina in rats. 9 + o" = mating; in the Study, animals were weighed, observed and weaned. On F3B generation a subchronic toxicity test was carried out.
the pre- and postimplantation losses were calculated Spirulina, even at a 30% dietary concentration is not toxic to reproduction (Table 2.3). Therefore we would not expect Spirulina to be a reproductive hazard.67,68
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