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Effects of endocrine disruptors on ecology--reports from the Gordon Reserch Conference of Environmental Endrocrine Disruptors

, : Effects of endocrine disruptors on ecology--reports from the Gordon Reserch Conference of Environmental Endrocrine Disruptors. Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 58(12): 2401-2408

This article described impression and overview of the topics presented at the Gordon Research Conference of Environmental Endocrine Disruptors held at Plymouth State College from June 18-23, 2000. More investigations using invertebrate species are needed in order to elucidate effects of hormonally active agents on wildlife populations. Molecular biological research is also important to understand molecular mechanism of hormonally active agents on animals including humans.


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