calciotraumatic

cal·ci·o·trau·mat·ic

(kal'sē-ō-traw-mat'ik),
Relating to the line of disturbed calcification that appears in the dentin of the incisor teeth of young rats placed on a rachitogenic diet: one high in calcium and low in phosphorus, with no vitamin D.
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Because the fish is necessarily handled, injecting tetracycline induces a strong calciotraumatic effect on the otolith (Meunier and Boivin, 1978; Pannella, 1980; Campana and Neilson, 1985; Panfili and Ximenes, 1992).