Chemical Pollutants Disrupt Reproduction Rn Anemonefish

Chemical Pollutants Disrupt Reproduction Rn Anemonefish

Endocrine disrupting chemicals—which interfere with how the body's hormones work—can obstruct normal reproduction in animals. Bisphenol A and 17a-Ethinylestradiol (EE2) are two common chemicals of this nature. BPA is an ...
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