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Animal Models for Assessing Developmental Toxicity.
Application of benchmark dose methodology to data from prenatal developmental toxicity studies.
Contemporary Issues in Toxicology: A New Frontier in Understanding the Mechanisms of Developmental Abnormalities.
Developmental Toxicity Testing.
Embryonic Development in vitro Following Short-Duration Exposure to Heat.
Evaluation of Behavioral Teratogenic Effects.
Fish and food organisms in acid mine waters of Pennsylvania /
Leachate plumes in ground water from Babylon and Islip landfills, Long Island, New York
Mixed Waste Treatment and Regulations.
Perspectives on the Concern for and Management of Prenatal Chemical Exposure and Postnatal Effects.
Principles of Developmental Toxicity Risk Assessment.
Proceedings of the Workshop on the Acceptability and Interpretation of Dermal Development Toxicity Studies.
Quantitative Approaches to Human Risk Assessment for Noncancer Health Effects.
Relationship between Abnormal Somite Development and Axial Skeletal Defects in Rats Following Heat Exposure.
Skeletal Development Following Heat Exposure in the Rat.
The Shenango Formation (Mississippian) in northwestern Pennsylvania /
What Can Be Learnt from Protocols Relating to Non-Pharmaceuticals.
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