caging


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caging

[′kāj·iŋ]
(navigation)
The process of orienting and mechanically locking the spin axis of a gyroscope to an internal reference position.
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Prepubertal uterine wet weight was approximately 16% greater in females housed in the used polycarbonate caging with used polycarbonate water bottles relative to mice housed in used polypropylene cages, although the results were not statistically significant (p = 0.31).
Our findings here suggest that aquatic laboratory animals may be exposed to BPA due to leaching from worn polycarbonate caging in sufficient amounts to significantly affect reproductive parameters.