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Long-term exposure to environmentally relevant concentrations of ethinyloestradiol affects sexual differentiation and development in roach

This report investigates the impact of exposure to 17alpha-ethinyloestradiol on sexual development and differentiation in the roach, Rutilus rutilus.

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Long-term exposure to environmentally relevant concentrations of ethinyloestradiol affects sexual differentiation and development in the roach, Rutilu

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This report investigates the impacts of exposure to the oestrogenic contraceptive pharmaceutical 17alpha-ethinyloestradiol, on sexual differentiation and development in the roach Rutilus rutilus, a fish species native to UK rivers.

Published 1 April 2008