An Evolutionary Perspective.
An Evolutionary Perspective. First Published 2000. Addresses many aspects of endocrine disruption by environmental encountered toxic substances. Initial chapters provide essential background information whilst later chapters address specific aspects of endocrine disrupting contaminants (EDC).
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Addresses many aspects of endocrine disruption by environmental . A Crain, L J GuilletteJr. Chapter 2 THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY IN EXAMINING THE ENDOCRINE DISRUPTER PROBLEM
Addresses many aspects of endocrine disruption by environmental encountered toxic substances. CRC Press, 17 авг. 2000 г. 0 Отзывы. Chapter 2 THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY IN EXAMINING THE ENDOCRINE DISRUPTER PROBLEM. 22. Chapter 3 BIOACCUMULATION STORAGE AND MOBILIZATION OF ENDOCRINEALTERING CONTAMINANTS.
The endocrine disruptors known as environmental hormones are the chemicals that interfere with the normal endocrine functions. Tributyltin (TBT), an endocrine disrupting chemical, has been reported to decrease ovarian function by causing apoptosis in the ovary, but the mechanism is not fully understood. Therefore, we examined whether TBT increases the expression of genes in the ovary and the increased expression of these genes is associated with apoptosis induction.
PDF Endocrine disruptors are exogenous substances or mixtures that alter function(s) of the endocrine system and consequently . Endocrine disruptors usually present their functions through steroidal or peptide/protein hormones.
PDF Endocrine disruptors are exogenous substances or mixtures that alter function(s) of the endocrine system and consequently cause adverse health. Gene metilations as a result of exposure endocrine disruptors in early stages life cause the basis of developing adult diseases and these genetic changes pass down from generation to generation.
This book focuses on endocrine disruption by contaminants in humans, other mammals, and other vertebrates. Specifically, it addresses the problem of endocrine disrupting contaminants (EDCs) from an evolutionary comparative perspective. Summary, et. It provides a background on the evolution of the vertebrate endocrine system, as well as the evolution of vertebrate systems associated with lipid storage and utilization. Many EDCs are stored in and released from fat stores.
Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that may interfere with the body’s endocrine system and produce adverse developmental, reproductive, neurological, and immune effects in both humans and wildlife. gov means it’s official. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site. Internet Explorer is no longer a supported browser.
Varying Form of Title: Environmental endocrine disruptors. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Guillette, Louis . 1954-. Personal Name: Crain, D. Andrew, 1970
Varying Form of Title: Environmental endocrine disruptors. Andrew, 1970-. Rubrics: Reproductive toxicology Endocrine toxicology Environmental toxicology Reproduction drug effects Endocrine System Environmental Pollutants adverse effects. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.