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Scientific Principles for Evaluating the Potential for Adverse Effects from Chlorinated Organic Chemicals in the Environment

Scientific Principles for Evaluating the Potential for Adverse Effects from Chlorinated Organic Chemicals in the Environment,10.1006/rtph.1993.1060,Re

Scientific Principles for Evaluating the Potential for Adverse Effects from Chlorinated Organic Chemicals in the Environment   (Citations: 12)
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Journal: Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology - REGUL TOXICOL PHARMACOL , vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 313-356, 1993
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    • ...The ecotoxicological effects of PCBs have been extensively reviewed and discussed elsewhere (Kalmaz and Kalmaz 1979; Eisler 1986; Smith and Johnston 1992; USEPA 1993; Willes et al. 1993)...
    • ...PCBs pose a range of toxic responses in fish and other aquatic organisms, including behavorial alterations, metabolic suppression, reduced reproductive success, depressed growth and development, and increased mortality in sensitive larval and juvenile lifestages (Eisler 1986; Tanabe et al. 1987; Smith and Johnston 1992; USEPA 1993; Willes et al. 1993)...

    T. J. Iannuzziet al. Distribution and possible sources of polychlorinated biphenyls in date...

    • ...The ecotoxicological concerns regarding these compounds are well documented, particularly in certain marine mammals and fish-eating birds (Aguillar 1984; Suns and Hitchin 1992), but are still not completely understood in these species, or in fish and shellfish (Willes et al. 1993)...

    C. A. Gilliset al. DDT, DDD, and DDE contamination of sediment in the Newark Bay estuary,...

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