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Critical Stages in Avian Development: Estrogen Hazards to Altricial and Precocial Birds
Grant Number R825294
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors (1996)


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Dissertation/Thesis (1)
Journal Article (3)
Presentation (10)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Dissertation/Thesis Viant MR. Analysis of the regulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor mRNA expression in the developing avian hypothalamus. M.S. Thesis. University of California-Davis, CA, 1999.
R825294 (Final)
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Journal Article Millam JR, Craig-Veit CB, Quaglino AE, Erichsen AL, Famula TR, Fry DM. Post-hatch oral estrogen exposure impairs adult reproductive performance of Zebra Finch in a sex-specific manner. Hormones and Behavior 2001;40(4):542-549.
R825294 (Final)
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Journal Article Quaglino AE, Craig-Veit CB, Viant MR, Erichsen AL, Fry DM, Millam JR. Oral estrogen masculinizes female Zebra Finch song system. Hormones and Behavior 2002;41(2):236-241.
R825294 (Final)
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Journal Article Viant MR, Millam JR, Delany ME, Fry DM. Regulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor messenger RNA levels in avian hypothalamic slice cultures. Neuroscience 2000;99(2):373-380.
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Presentation Erichsen AL, Craig-Veit CB, Viant MR, Quaglino A, Fry DM, Millam JR. Evaluation of the effects of hormonally-active agents on sexual differentiation and reproductive behaviors in an altricial songbird model (Zebra Finch, Taeniopygia guttata). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northern California Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Reno, NV, 1998.
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Presentation Erichsen AL, Craig-Veit CB, Viant MR, Quaglino A, Fry DM, Millam JR. Evaluation of the effects of xenoestrogens on sexual differentiation and reproductive performance in an altricial songbird model (Zebra Finch, Tanaepygia guttata). Presented at the Keystone Symposium on Endocrine Disruptors, Granlibakken Resort, Lake Tahoe, CA, January 31-February 5, 1999.
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Presentation Fry DM, Millam JR, Erichsen AL, Preston LA, Craig-Veit CB, Viant MR, Quaglino AE, Mayville ME, Kalisha SK. Critical stages in avian development: estrogenic effects on altricial and precocial birds. Presented at the Endocrine Disruptors Investigators Meeting, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC, October 1998.
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Presentation Fry DM, Millam JR, Erichsen AL, Viant MA, Quaglino AE, Craig-Veit CB, Preston LA. Disruption of brain development and reproductive behavior of birds estrogens in the environment. Presented at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, October 1999.
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Presentation Fry DM. Endocrine disrupting chemical impacts on coastal birds. United Nations University. Presented at the International Symposium on Environmental Governance and Analytical Techniques: Environmental Issues Related to EDC Pollution, Tokyo, Japan, February 1999.
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Presentation Fry DM. Estrogenic endocrine disruptors impair brain development and the reproductive behavior of Zebra Finches. Presented at the International Symposium on Environmental Endocrine Disruptors, Kobe, Japan, December 1999.
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Presentation Fry DM, Erichsen AL, Millam JR, Quaglino A, Craig-Veit C, Preston L. Estrogenic endocrine disruptors impair brain development and the reproductive behavior of Zebra Finches. Presented at the Environmental Endocrine Disruptors-Possible Effects on Humans and Wildlife 1999 Workshop, Yokohama, Japan, December 13, 1999.
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Presentation Fry DM. Reproductive and developmental abnormalities in birds exposed to endocrine disruptors. Presented at the IBC Second International Environmental Congress on Endocrine Disruptors, Washington DC, May 5-6, 1997.
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Presentation Fry DM. Sources, fates and ecosystem effects of endocrine disruptors in the environment. United Nations University. Presented at the International Symposium on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs), University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, April 2000.
R825294 (Final)
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Presentation Quaglino AE, Erichsen AL, Craig-Veit CB, Viant MR, Fry DM, Millam JR. Orally-dosed xenobiotic estrogens masculinize brain and behavior in the female Zebra Finch. Presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Miami Beach, FL, October 23-28, 1999.
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