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endocrine-disrupting chemicals
Subject Category
W Physical and Chemical Sciences
RDF/XML Format:
http://lod.nal.usda.gov/nalt/226.rdf
Scope Note
Use for external agents (e.g., pollutants, pesticides, contaminants) that interfere with the role of natural hormones in nontarget organisms; For external agents where hormone disruption is desirable (e.g., targeted insect control or suppression of reproduction cycles in domestic animals) USE hormone antagonists.
Persistent URI:
http://lod.nal.usda.gov/nalt/226
Used For
endocrine-disrupting agents
endocrine-disrupting compounds
endocrine active chemicals
endocrine disrupters
endocrine disrupting chemicals
endocrine disruptors
Broader Term
technical chemicals
Related Term
alkylphenols
hormone antagonists
hormones
pesticides
pollutants
Spanish
disruptores endocrinos
Term Number
226