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Browse by Outcome: Gonadal Dysgenesis (21 articles)

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Maxwell LB, Dutta HM
Diazinon-induced endocrine disruption in bluegill sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus.
Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety. 60(1):21-7, 2005 Jan.
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Rie MT, Kitana N, Lendas KA, Won SJ, Callard IP
Reproductive endocrine disruption in a sentinel species (Chrysemys picta) on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Archives of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology. 48(2):217-24, 2005 Feb.
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Diniz MS, Peres I, Magalhaes-Antoine I, Falla J, Pihan JC
Estrogenic effects in crucian carp (Carassius carassius) exposed to treated sewage effluent.
Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety. 62(3):427-35, 2005 Nov.
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Porter CM, Janz DM
Treated municipal sewage discharge affects multiple levels of biological organization in fish.
Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety. 54(2):199-206, 2003 Feb.
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Hayes T, Haston K, Tsui M, Hoang A, Haeffele C, Vonk A
Atrazine-induced hermaphroditism at 0.1 ppb in American leopard frogs (Rana pipiens): laboratory and field evidence.
Environmental Health Perspectives. 111(4):568-75, 2003 Apr.
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Toft G, Edwards TM, Baatrup E, Guillette LJ Jr
Disturbed sexual characteristics in male mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) from a lake contaminated with endocrine disruptors.
Environmental Health Perspectives. 111(5):695-701, 2003 May.
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Hart CA, Nisbet IC, Kennedy SW, Hahn ME
Gonadal feminization and halogenated environmental contaminants in common terns (Sterna hirundo): evidence that ovotestes in male embryos do not persist to the prefledgling stage.
Ecotoxicology. 12(1-4):125-40, 2003 Feb-Aug.
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Levesque HM, Dorval J, Hontela A, Van Der Kraak GJ, Campbell PG
Hormonal, morphological, and physiological responses of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) to chronic environmental metal exposures.
Journal of Toxicology & Environmental Health Part A. 66(7):657-76, 2003 Apr 11.
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Sole M, Raldua D, Piferrer F, Barcelo D, Porte C
Feminization of wild carp, Cyprinus carpio, in a polluted environment: plasma steroid hormones, gonadal morphology and xenobiotic metabolizing system.
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology. Toxicology & Pharmacology: Cbp. 136(2):145-56, 2003 Oct.
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Jobling S, Beresford N, Nolan M, Rodgers-Gray T, Brighty GC, Sumpter JP, Tyler CR
Altered sexual maturation and gamete production in wild roach (Rutilus rutilus) living in rivers that receive treated sewage effluents.
Biol Reprod 2002 Feb;66(2):272-81.
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