Exposure to Synthetic Antioxidants Disrupt Early Development in the Frogs Silurana Tropicalis and Lithobates Pipiens

Yol Poksical Monica Reyes Martinez
Many chemicals in commonly used household and industrial products are being released into the environment yet their toxic acute and chronic effects on humans and wildlife are not well understood. Some of these chemicals behave as endocrine disruptors (EDCs), altering development in many wildlife species including amphibians, which are sensitive to these compounds. Producing toxicological information is the first step to evaluate the effects these chemicals may have on the environment and wildlife. Two synthetic...
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