Research and analysis

Endocrine disruption horizon scanning: aquatic invertebrates review

This report provides up to-date information on endocrine disrupting chemicals, which are thought to cause hormonal and sex changes in aquatic organisms such as dogwhelks and fish.

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Endocrine disruption horizon scanning: aquatic invertebrates review

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Endocrine disruption horizon scanning: current status of endocrine disruptor research and policy

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Endocrine disruption horizon scanning: molecular and genomic contributions

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Endocrine disruption horizon scanning: molecular and genomic contributions

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Endocrine disruption horizon scanning: priority and new endocrine disrupting chemicals

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Endocrine Function in Aquatic Invertebrates and Evidence for Disruption by Environmental Pollutants

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Endocrine Modulating Effects of Wastewater Treatment Works Effluents: `Sensitive Windows` for inducing germ-cell intersex in the Roach (Rutilus rutilu

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This report provides uptodate information on endocrine disrupting chemicals, which are thought to cause hormonal and sex changes in aquatic organisms such as dogwhelks and fish.

Published 1 June 1999