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- Carnevali, Oliana; Santangeli, Stefania; Forner-Piquer, Isabel; Basili, Danilo; Maradonna, Francesca
- Fish physiology and biochemistry 2018 v.44 no.6 pp. 1561-1576
- gametogenesis, etc ; DNA; apoptosis; aquatic environment; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; epigenetics; females; fish; genomics; gonadosomatic index; gonads; hormones; males; mutation; oocytes; pollutants; receptors; risk; spermatozoa; steroidogenesis; toxicity; viability; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Over the past 25 years, extensive research in vertebrate species has identified several genomic pathways altered by exposures to anthropogenic chemicals with hormone-like activity mediated by their interaction with nuclear receptors. In addition, many pollutants have been shown to interfere with non-genomic (non-classical) pathways, but this mechanism of endocrine disruption is still poorly unders ...
- Bera, Aritra; Sawant, Paramita Banerjee; Dasgupta, Subrata; Chadha, N. K.; Sawant, Bhawesh T.; Pal, Asim Kumar
- Fish physiology and biochemistry 2017 v.43 no.6 pp. 1677-1688
- gametogenesis, etc ; Carassius auratus; anaerobic conditions; blood lipids; cholesterol; chronic exposure; dissolved oxygen; dose response; estradiol; estrogenic properties; females; fish communities; fishery resources; freshwater; freshwater fish; goldfish; habitats; high density lipoprotein; hypoxia; males; oocytes; population structure; spermatozoa; testosterone; triacylglycerols; vitellogenin; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Diel cyclic hypoxia occurs with varying frequency and duration in freshwater habitats, yet little is known about its effects on reproduction of freshwater fishes. The present study shows that long-term exposure of goldfish (Carassius auratus) to cyclic hypoxia (0.8 ± 0.2 mg/l dissolved oxygen) for 9 h or more, per day, altered plasma lipid and sex steroid profiles, which in turn directly or indire ...