The influence of radiation x germ cell and embryonic fetal development


The influence of radiation x germ cell and embryonic fetal development


Souza, F.L.1, Narciso, M.L1, Aguiar, A.M.C.G², Fonseca, B.T.S², Silva, T.S², Anjos, F.B.R³

¹Graduates in BS in Biological Sciences at the Federal University of Pernambuco
²Graduating in Dentistry Course at the Federal University of Pernambuco
³Associate Professor, Department of Histology and Embryology at the Federal University of Pernambuco


Objective: In this article the effects generated by ionizing radiation are discussed more precisely by X-rays, in the cells of gametic line and in embryonic/fetal development, when there exposition without proper protection for this type of energy. Methodology: The method used for preparation of this work was the literature review of scientific papers, theses and magazines found in the databases already available. Results and Discussion: Based on the literature review carried potential risks were analyzed and importance of radiation protection, in addition to their negligence consequences.


Keywords:  Radiation Ionizing. Biological Effects. Radiation Tolerance. Germ Cells. Embryonic Development.


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Souza, F.L., Narciso, M.L, Aguiar, A.M.C.G, Fonseca, B.T.S, Silva, T.S, Anjos, F.B.R. The influence of radiation x germ cell and embryonic fetal development. International Research Journal of Optics and Photonics, 2018, 1:3. DOI: 10.28933/irjop-2018-05-1803


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