•Chronic embryonic exposure to ethanol at low concentrations induced alteration in the spontaneous tail coiling, heart rate and mortality rate in zebrafish embryos.•Larvae received 0.75% continuous ethanol exposure exhibited decreased swimming activity while withdrawal ethanol exposure showed increased swimming activity as compared to the respective control.•This study also proved that ethanol had time dependent effect on anxiety related behavior, validated by the comparison with anxiogenic substance, caffeine.•The induction of apoptotic cell death and impairment in the biochemical profile cause by ethanol exposure during development may contributed to those impairment and alteration observed.
Behavioural Brain Research – Elsevier
Published: Aug 14, 2017
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