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Chemically-induced alterations in sexual and functional development: the wildlife/human connection  [1992]

Colborn, T.; Clement, C.;

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Statement of consensus -- Fragile fetus / Howard A. Bern --Sexual differentiation in mammals / Frederick S. vom Saal, Monica M. Montano and Ming Hseng Wang -- Role of mesenchyme in the development of the urogenital tract / Gerald R. Cunha... [et al.] -- Environmental estrogens: orphan receptors and genetic imprinting / John A. McLachlan... [et al.] -- Wildlife evidence -- Effects of Kraft Mill effluent on the sexuality of fishes: an environmental early warning? / William P. Davis and Stephen A. Bortone --Endocrine and reproductive function in Great Lakes salmon / John F. Leatherland -- Epidemiological and pathobiological evidence of contaminant-induced alterations in sexual development in free-living wildlife / Glen A. Fox --Xenobiotic induced hormonal and associated developmental disorders in marine organisms and related effects in humans: an overview / Peter J.H. Reijnders and Sophie M.J.M. Brasseur -- Male reproductive system ontogeny: effects of perinatal exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin / Richard E. Peterson... [et al.] US application and distribution of pesticides and industrial chemicals capable of disrupting endocrine and immune systems / Carol W. Bason and Theo Colborn --Herbicides and fungicides: a perspective on potential human exposure / Coralie R. Clement and Theo Colborn --Organochlorine endocrine disruptors in human tissue / Kristin B. Thomas and Theo Colborn. Toxicity of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans, and b
iphenyls during early development in fish / Mary K. Walker and Richard E. Peterson --Chemical-induced alterations of sexual differentiation: a review of effects in humans and rodents / Leon Earl Gray, Jr. -- Influence of hormones and hormone antagonists on sexual differentiation of the brain / Klaus D. Dohler and Barbara Jarzab -- Surrounded by estrogens? Considerations for neurobehavioral development in human beings / Melissa Hines -- Disease patterns and antibody responses to viral antigens in women exposed in utero to diethylstilbestrol / Phyllis B. Blair... [et al.] -- Immunologic studies of women exposed in utero to diethylstilbestrol / Phyllis B. Blair -- An "in culture" bioassay to assess the estrogenicity of xenobiotics (E-screen) / Ana M. Soto... [et al.] -- Chemical revolution to sexual revolution: historical changes in human reproductive development / Patricia L. Whitten -- Evidence of exposure

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Advances in modern environmental toxicology (USA)