By Kenneth S. Korach
This well timed source deals wide discussions at the pharmacological, environmental,endocrinological, and normal elements that adjust reproductive or developmental processes-elucidating the results of toxicants on mechanisms of replica. Describing organic activities universal to either genders in addition to gender-specific strategies, Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology ·provides an summary of the fundamental biology and body structure of organ platforms laid low with toxicants ·furnishes specified examples of developmental toxicology ·analyzes germ mobile toxicity and infertility ·covers the developmental results of neurotoxicity ·considers sessions of publicity and long term toxicological effects ·explains how gonadal approaches should be at risk of toxicants in different reproductive organ platforms ·and extra! With over 3700 bibliographic citations and greater than a hundred images, drawings, and tables, Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology is an invaluable reference for toxicologists; reproductive, developmental, cellphone, and molecular biologists; endocrinologists; biochemists; obstetricians/gynecologists; pediatricians; pharmacists and pharmacologists; physiologists; geneticists; poison regulate experts; and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and scientific institution scholars in those disciplines.
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