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and Reproductive Toxicity
by Mari S. Golub
Metals, Fertility, and Reproductive Toxicity examines the effects of metals found in the everyday environment on fertility rates in humans and animal populations.click here
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This great book:
- Includes summaries from reviews and secondary sources, along with more detailed descriptions of recent and key studies, on the reproductive toxicity of mercury, cadmium, and arsenic.
- Summarizes studies on the reproductive and developmental effects of organotin compounds.
- Discusses the reproductive and embryo/fetal toxicity of aluminum, uranium, and vanadium in mammals.
- Provides a comprehensive review of the effects of the trace metals cadmium, lead, mercury, chromium, and arsenic on ovarian function.
- Covers metals and metal-working industries that demonstrate clear trends related to the effects of environmental and/or workplace metals on male reproduction.
- Focuses on human health data, on laboratory animal data aimed at elucidating human health effects, and important themes related to wildlife populations.
- Reproductive Toxicity of Mercury, Cadmium, and Arsenic
- Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity of Organotin Compounds
- Adverse Effects of Aluminum, Uranium, and Vanadium on Reproduction and Intrauterine Development in Mammals
- Intrauterine and Reproductive Toxicity of Nutritionally Essential Metals
- Lead Exposure and Its Effects on the Reproductive System
- Impact of Metals on Ovarian Function
- Epidemiological and Occupational Studies of Metals in Male Reproductive Toxicity
- Use of Metal Reproductive Toxicity Data in Selecting Ecological Toxicity Reference Values for Small Mammals Inhabiting Hazardous Waste Sites
Metals, Fertility, and Reproductive Toxicity
by Mari S. Golub
2006 • 264 pages • $138.95 + shipping
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