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  1 Collection of Interstitial Fluid and Seminiferous Tubule Fluid from the Rat Testis. 1992
  2 Effect of Inhaled Methanol on Pituitary and Testicular Hormones in Chamber Acclimated and Non-Acclimated Rats. 1992
  3 Suppression of the Luteinizing Hormone Surge by Chlordimeform in Ovariectomized, Steroid-Primed Female Rats. 1991
  4 Chlordimeform-Induced Alterations in Endocrine Regulation within the Male Rat Reproductive System. 1990
  5 Effect of Acute Exposure to Boric Acid on the Male Reproductive System of the Rat. 1990
  6 Reproductive Toxicity of a Single Dose of 1,3-Dinitrobenzene in Two Ages of Young Adult Male Rats. 1990
  7 Dose-Response Analysis of Methoxychlor-Induced Alterations of Reproductive Development and Function in the Rat. 1989
  8 Effect of Lindane on Hormonal Control of Reproductive Function in the Female Rat. 1989
  9 Effects of the Benomyl Metabolite, Carbendazim, on the Hypothalamic-Pituitary Reproductive Axis in the Male Rat. 1989
  10 Regional Patterning of Hormones in the Female Rat Anterior Pituitary: Disproportionate Changes Over the Estrous Cycle. 1989
  11 Serum and Testicular Testosterone and Androgen Binding Protein Profiles Following Subchronic Treatment with Carbendazim. 1989
  12 Age-Related Changes in the Regional Distribution of Hormones in the Male Rat Anterior Pituitary (Journal Version). 1988
  13 Changes in Testicular and Serum Hormone Concentratios in the Male Rat Following Treatment with 'm'-Dinitrobenzene (Journal Version). 1988
  14 Development of a Protocol to Assess Reproductive Effects of Toxicants in the Rat. 1988
  15 Evaluation of Reproductive Parameters in Adult Male Wistar Rats After Subchronic Exposure (Gavage) to Benomyl. 1988
  16 Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 1. Colchicine, Dinoseb, and Methyl Salicylate. 1988
  17 Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 2. Nitrofen and Ethylenethiourea. 1988
  18 Possible Antiestrogenic Activity of Lindane in Female Rats (Journal Version). 1988
  19 Age-Related Alterations in the Stimulated Release In vitro of Catecholamines and Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone from the Male Rat Hypothalamus. 1987
  20 Effects of Metal Cations on Pituitary Hormone Secretion In vitro (Journal Version). 1987
  21 Age-Related Dose Response of Selected Reproductive Parameters to Acute Cadmium Chloride Exposure in the Male Long-Evans Rat. 1986
  22 Effects of Low Subchronic Doses of Methoxychlor on the Rat Hypothalamic-Pituitary Reproductive Axis. 1986
  23 Neuroendocrine Control of Reproductive Function in the Aging Female Rodent. 1986
  24 Pituitary Function Following Treatment with Reproductive Toxins. 1986
  25 Toxicity of Mercuric Chloride to the Developing Rat Kidney. 3. Distribution and Elimination of Mercury during Postnatal Maturation. 1986
  26 Age-Dependent Changes in Gastrointestinal Transport and Retention of Particulate Manganese Oxide in the Rat. 1985
  27 Assessment of the Male Reproductive System in the Preweaning Rat Following Mn3O4 Exposure. 1985
  28 Toxicity of Sodium Fluoride to the Postnatally Developing Rat Kidney. 1985
  29 Effect of Benomyl on the Reproductive Development of Male Rats. 1984
  30 Reproductive Effects of Low Acute Doses of Cadmium Chloride in Adult Male Rats. 1984
  31 Effects of Chronic Manganese (Mn3O4) Exposure on Selected Reproductive Parameters in Rats. 1982
  32 Chronic Ingestion of Cadmium and/or Tritium. II. Effects on Growth, Development, and Reproductive Function. 1979
  33 Biological Assessment of Continuous Exposure to Tritium and Lead in the Rat. 1976



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