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effects exposure should be limited even before a women gets pregnant.13 Unfortunately, BPA is everywhere, to avoid exposure completely would be impossible. However, limiting your exposure can help lessen the chances of BPA induced abnormalities. C. elegans. The effects that BPA exposure has on the formation and development of an embryo was investigated through a specific type of nematode, C. elegans. This subject was used because of its efficient cost and short reproductive cycle as well as offspring size. In order to get the least amount of percent error you need many test subjects and the capacity to hold them and care for them properly. C. elegans can produce up to 300 eggs as well, as their size is relatively small. Constant exposure to a high concentrate of BPA throughout development has been proven to decrease fecundity.6In this experiment C. elegans had four hours of low dose (0.1 µM to 10 µM) exposure to BPA. Immediately the number of viable eggs that were laid as adults decreased, not to mention the worms that took longer to become habituated with the stimuli had exposure to BPA as embryos. This subtle neuronal function leads to the conclusion that BPA can affect behavioral changes.6 The detrimental effects due to BPA exposure in embryos were emphasized not only in reproductive defects but developmental and neuronal defects as well. Bisphenol A exposure is harmful to fertility and development of the embryo. How severe the repercussions of Bisphenol A exposure depend on the amount of exposure. Effects of long term exposure to Bisphenol A are difficult to recognize. Meanwhile, the effects of short term exposure to Bisphenol A are more prevalent. Due to the fact that Bisphenol A is found in many of the products that we as humans use daily, it is important to come to terms of the effects. The experiments above show the effect Bisphenol A has on marine life due to its vulnerability caused by human waste polluting its entirety. Every product that we use ends up in their environment and they are effected. The other experiments with mice and C.elegans are modified because they are not as susceptible. Susceptible or not the effects of bisphenol A were conclusive, long term exposure showed that the results were hard to find, meaning they were on the cellular level. Short term exposure had effects that were visible to the eye, meaning the sexual organs were distorted or behavior differences were noticed. This is alarming because this means that we might not even be able to detect the effect BPA exposure>GET ANSWER