Neural Plasticity / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Maternal Deprivation Induces Memory Deficits That Are Reduced by One Aerobic Exercise Shot Performed after the Learning Session

Table 2

Maternal deprivation and physical exercise do not alter the anxiety of the animals. Data are expressed as the of the time spent and the total number of entries in the open arms of the EPM. There was no significant difference between the groups on the different days (Kruskal-Wallis test; /group). NMD = nonmaternal-deprived rats; MD = maternal-deprived rats; NMD+FAE = nonmaternal-deprived rats submitted to aerobic exercise familiarization; MD+FAE = maternal-deprived rats submitted to aerobic exercise familiarization; NMD+AE = nonmaternal-deprived rats submitted to aerobic exercise familiarization and to an aerobic exercise session; MD+AE = maternal-deprived rats submitted to aerobic exercise familiarization and to an aerobic exercise session.

MDNMDMD+AENMD+AEMD+FAENMD+FAE value

24 h
 Time in open arms0.75
 Total of entries0.10
7 days
 Time in open arms0.21
 Total of entries0.57
14 days
 Time in open arms0.35
 Total of entries0.90
21 days
 Time in open arms0.95
 Total of entries0.20

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