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Endocrine toxicology

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Cambridge University Press , Cambridge [England], New York
Endocrine toxicology., Endocrine Glands -- drug effects., Endocrine Glands -- physiopathology., Toxico
Statementedited by Christopher K. Atterwill and John D. Flack.
ContributionsAtterwill, C. K., Flack, John D.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC649 .E524 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 475 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1544066M
ISBN 100521402255
LC Control Number91023113

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This book continues a valuable tradition of linking normal structure and function with disease. Older readers will recall Rouiller's famous monograph on the liver: this book is in the some tradition. Who should buy it?Author: R L Maynard.Feb 18,  · Endocrine disruptors were first discussed as a global issue at the ‘Rio summit’ in ‘Agenda 21’ was adopted at the summit and focuses on environmental safety management is of toxic and dangerous agents.

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