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Academic & Professional Books  Marine & Freshwater Biology  Fishes  Fishes: General

Chemically Induced Alterations in Functional Development and Reproduction of Fishes

Edited By: Rosalind M Rolland, Michael Gilbertson and Richard E Peterson
194 pages, B/w plates, figs, tabs
Publisher: SETAC
Chemically Induced Alterations in Functional Development and Reproduction of Fishes
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  • Chemically Induced Alterations in Functional Development and Reproduction of Fishes ISBN: 9781880611197 Hardback Dec 1997 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Presents cutting edge research into the effects of endocrine-disrupting and other chemicals on reproduction and development of fishes.

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Edited By: Rosalind M Rolland, Michael Gilbertson and Richard E Peterson
194 pages, B/w plates, figs, tabs
Publisher: SETAC
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