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Offspring sex ratio in men exposed to electromagnetic fields
  1. Mostafa Saadat
  1. Department of Biology, College of Sciences, Shiraz University, Shiraz 71454, Iran;

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    Many environmental factors have been shown to be associated with variation in human sex ratio at birth. There are several studies that have shown the association between fathers’ occupation and offspring sex ratio.1

    Studies considering debate on the adverse effect on health of electromagnetic field have yielded variable results in animals and humans. There are a few studies that have shown a change of offspring sex ratio because of parental exposure to …

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    • Funding: this study was supported by Shiraz University.

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