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Age-Related Alterations in the Stimulated Release In vitro of Catecholamines and Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone from the Male Rat Hypothalamus.
Age-Related Changes in the Regional Distribution of Hormones in the Male Rat Anterior Pituitary (Journal Version).
An evaluation of the disposal of flue gas desulfurization wastes in mines and the ocean : initial assessment /
Bromide-Oxidant Interactions and THM (Trihalomethane) Formation: A Literature Review.
Bromoform Formation in Ozonated Groundwater Containing Bromide and Humic Substances.
Characteristics and migration patterns of mule deer on the Nevada test site /
Chlordimeform-Induced Alterations in Endocrine Regulation within the Male Rat Reproductive System.
Chlorine Utilization during Trihalomethane Formation in the Presence of Ammonia and Bromide.
Effect of Bromide Ion in Water Treatment. 2. A Literature Review of Ozone and Bromide Ion Interactions and the Formation of Organic Bromine Compounds.
Effect of Inhaled Methanol on Pituitary and Testicular Hormones in Chamber Acclimated and Non-Acclimated Rats.
Effect of Lindane on Hormonal Control of Reproductive Function in the Female Rat.
Effects of Low Subchronic Doses of Methoxychlor on the Rat Hypothalamic-Pituitary Reproductive Axis.
Effects of Metal Cations on Pituitary Hormone Secretion In vitro (Journal Version).
Effects of the Benomyl Metabolite, Carbendazim, on the Hypothalamic-Pituitary Reproductive Axis in the Male Rat.
Factors Affecting Incorporation of Bromide into Brominated Trihalomethanes during Chlorination.
Hydrogen Peroxide Decay in Waters with Suspended Soils: Evidence for Biologically Mediated Processes.
Measurement of dry deposition of fossil fuel plant pollutants /
Monitoring of the Estrous Cycle in the Laboratory Rodent by Vaginal Lavage.
Neuroendocrine Control of Reproductive Function in the Aging Female Rodent.
Novel and simple approach to elimination of dilute toxic wastes based on photoelectrochemical systems /
Novel and Simple Approach to Elimination of Dilute Toxic Wastes Based on Photoelectrochemical Systems.
Photochemistry of environmental aquatic systems : developed from a symposium sponsored by the Divisions of Geochemistry and Environmental Chemistry at the 189th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Miami Beach, Florida, April 28-May 3, 1985 /
Pitfalls of Shoreline Stabilization Selected Case Studies / [electronic resource] :
Pituitary Function Following Treatment with Reproductive Toxins.
Possible Antiestrogenic Activity of Lindane in Female Rats (Journal Version).
Regional Patterning of Hormones in the Female Rat Anterior Pituitary: Disproportionate Changes Over the Estrous Cycle.
Sand and Gravel Spits [electronic resource] /
Serum and Testicular Testosterone and Androgen Binding Protein Profiles Following Subchronic Treatment with Carbendazim.
Sunlight Induced Photochemical Decay of Oxidants in Natural Waters: Implications in Ballast Water Treatment.
Sunlight-Induced Photodecomposition of Chlorine Dioxide.
Suppression of the Luteinizing Hormone Surge by Chlordimeform in Ovariectomized, Steroid-Primed Female Rats.
Testing and Validation of a Multiple Nonlinear Regression Model for Predicting Trihalomethane Formation Potential.
The last beach /
Toxicological Review of Pentachlorophenol (CAS No. 87-86-5). In Support of Summary Information on the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS).
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