Section 9. Reproductive toxicology and reproduction.
Roesijadi, G, R.B. Spies, J. Widdows, J.J. Stegeman, M.N. Moore, and M.E. Hahn
Marine Environmental Research. Special Issue. Responses of Marine Organisms to Pollutants - Part 2.
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The Sixth International Symposium on Responses of Marine Organisms to Pollutants was held at Woods Hole, Massachusetts on April 24-26, 1991. The primary goal of this symposium was to bring together people who are actively engaged in research on mechanisms of chemical toxicity and detoxication, and on the detection and assessment of biochemical, physiological, cellular, genetic, and histopathological effects of pollutant xenobiotics in marine and other aquatic organisms. This section presents papers regarding reproductive toxicology and reproduction which were presented at the symposium.
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Munro, Angus D., Alexander P. Scott, and T. J. Lam; (CRC Press, Incorporated, 1990)Many, if not all, environments are seasonal, and this is reflected in adaptive cyclic changes in the biology of their associated fauna and flora. This is as true for teleost fish as for other organisms, with evidence that ...
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Waas, Benita P.; Strawn, Kirk (, 1983)The effects of the phases of the lunar cycle on gonadal development and spawning readiness were studied for one wild and two pond cultured populations of Gulf killifish (Fundulus grandis). Gonadal cycles of all three ...