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Environment Endocrine Disruptors A Handbook of Property Data

By: IH Keith
Environment Endocrine Disruptors
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  • Environment Endocrine Disruptors ISBN: 9780471241140 Hardback Jan 1998 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Provides, in a convenient easy-to-use format, background information on the chemical, physical, and toxicological properties of suspect environmental endocrine disruptors (EEDs), a group of synthetic chemicals that have toxic effects in the environment. Much of the research on EEDs has focused on the effects of these chemicals on wildlife, in which many studies have linked certain pesticides to birth defects and aberrant sexual behaviour. Similar disorders have recently been observed in humans.

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LAWRENCE H. KEITH, PhD, is a Corporate Fellow at Radian International LLC in Austin, Texas. A pioneer in environmental sampling and analysis, methods development, and handling hazardous chemicals, he has published numerous books and technical articles on these subjects in both print and electronic formats.

By: IH Keith
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