Water Quality Research Journal of Canada

Vol. 36 (2): 169-346 (2001). Endocrine Disruption

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Endocrine Disruption: Why Is It So Complicated?
   A.L. Lister, G.J. Van Der Kraak
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175 - 190
An Overview of Substances Present in Canadian Aquatic Environments Associated with Endocrine Disruption
   L. Hewitt, M.R. Servos
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191 - 213
A Review of the Evidence for Endocrine Disruption in Canadian Aquatic Ecosystems
   M.E. McMaster
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215 - 231
Effects of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals on Wildlife in Canada: Past, Present and Future
   G.A. Fox
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233 - 251
Endocrine Disruption and Human Reproductive Effects: An Overview
   W.G. Foster
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253 - 271
An Overview of Testing Procedures and Approaches for Identifying Endocrine Disrupting Substances
   S. Brown, J.L. Parrott, G. Timm, M. Wade
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273 - 291
Assessment of the Effects of Endocrine Disrupting Substances in the Canadian Environment
   K.R. Munkittrick
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293 - 302
Endocrine Disrupting Substances and Ecological Risk Assessment of Commercial Chemicals in Canada
   R. Sutcliffe
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303 - 317
Uncertainties Associated with Assessing the Risk of an Endocrine Active Substance in the Canadian Environment
   D. Bennie, K. Burnison, P. Cureton, N. Davidson, T. Rawn, M.R. Servos
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319 - 330
A Canadian Perspective on Endocrine Disrupting Substances in the Environment
   P. Delorme, G.A. Fox, M.R. Servos, R. Sutcliffe, M. Wade
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331 - 346