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Environmental Hormones

Edited by Edited by John A. McLachlan (Center for Bioenvironmental Research, Tulane and Xavier Universities, New Orleans, LA), Louis J. Guillette (University of Florida, Gainesville), and Taisen Iguchi (Okazaki National Institutes, Japan)
Environmental Hormones

Published: December 2001

Volume 948

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This volume highlights what is occurring at the cutting edge of endocrine disruptor research. The contents synthesize current ideas in cellular and molecular biology, clinical research, and ecosystem dynamics. The book provides information of both specific and general interest to molecular endocrinologists,clinicians, and field biologists. The papers provide the most current information at the forefront of biology, medicine, and ecology that will be important to the study of endocrine disruption in the future.

This volume is out of print.