The capability to cause malformations or defects to an embryo or foetus.(noun)
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Use "teratogenicity" in a sentence
"Evaluation of teratogenicity and neurotoxicity after maternal inhalation exposure to methyl chloroform."
"Before a phase 1 study is approved, the FDA will review additional animal testing results of the vaccine's expected toxicity and teratogenicity (i.e., its ability to cause malformations in a fetus or embryo), and the detailed plans for the clinical study."
"The reality is, the feds and the wireless industry are up to their proverbial necks in liability if the potent teratogenicity of microwaves becomes widely understood."