||Actions of pesticides and other drugs on the male reproductive system.
Thomas, John Arlen.
||West Virginia Univ. Medical Center, Morgantown. Dept. of Pharmacology.;National Environmental Research Center, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Pesticides and Toxic Substances Effects Lab.
|| US Environmental Protection Agency, Pesticides and Toxic Substances Effects Laboratory,
Reproductive system ;
Sex hormones ;
Laboratory animals ;
Experimental data ;
Physiological effects ;
Prostrate gland ;
Chlorine organic compounds ;
Labeled substances ;
T 2-4-5 ;
Acetic acid/trichlorophenoxy ;
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||OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC
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||viii, 34 pages : tables ; 27 cm.
DDT or dieldrin or 2,4,5 T administered to male mice caused significant reductions in the assimilation of androgens by sex accessory organs. DDT or dieldrin altered the metabolism of testosterone in the prostrate gland and in the liver. DDT-3H administration led to the detection of significant amounts of tritium in male reproductive organs. Unlike the organochlorine-type pesticides, neither carbaryl nor parathion administration altered androgen metabolism. The administration of carbaryl-14C led to detectable amounts of radioactivity in several organs of reproduction including the seminal vesicles, prostate gland and testes. The fungicide thiophanate and thiophante-methyl had no affect upon spermatogenesis or upon the metabolism of androgens.
"EPA/650-1-74-011." "December 1974." "Grant No. R801650, ROAP No. 21AYL, Program Element No. 1EA078." Includes bibliographical references (pages 29-30). List of publications: pages 31-32.