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Medicine & Life Sciences

Oryzias
Fishes
Bivalvia
Takifugu
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Tetraodontiformes
Embryonic Structures
Flounder
Carrier Proteins
Reproduction
Japan
Sex Differentiation
Embryonic Development
Growth
tributyltin
Environmental Monitoring
Water
Ovum
Green Fluorescent Proteins
Chlorpyrifos
Lipocalins
Fertilization
Diatoms
Hemicentrotus
Anodonta
Poisons
Fertility
Herbicides
Larva
Rivers
Saxitoxin
Triclosan
Estuaries
Pharmaceutical Services
Proteins
Water Pollution
Germ Cells
Diuron
Goldfish
Diclofenac
Liver
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Chlorophyta
Carbamazepine
Ethinyl Estradiol
Fresh Water
Sea Urchins
Social Behavior
Vitellogenins
Phytoplankton

Earth & Environmental Sciences

tributyltin
fish
toxicity
dinoflagellate
PCB
embryo
fenitrothion
effect
algal bloom
protein
diatom
hatching
algal culture
egg
embryonic development
larva
allelochemical
red tide
gene
drug
blood
irradiance
exposure
germ cell
phytoplankton
serum
phenol
fertility
temperature
gene expression
sulfate
enzyme
enzyme activity
diet
crab
diuron
sexual behavior
aquatic organism
light intensity
chlorpyrifos
pesticide
assay
fecundity
brain
allelopathy
sulfonate
salinity
metabolism
green alga
marina

Agriculture & Biology

Oryzias latipes
Skeletonema costatum
fish
Bacillariophyceae
algal blooms
goldfish
cells
Japan
polychlorinated biphenyls
fenitrothion
toxicity
binding proteins
filtrates
shrimp
drugs
phytoplankton
oxolinic acid
Marsupenaeus japonicus
algae
allelochemicals
piperonyl butoxide
embryo (animal)
Anodonta woodiana
liver
genes
carp
Paralichthys olivaceus
Sillago
Prorocentrum
salinity
fish roe
toxic substances
phenol
gene expression
duration
growth retardation
whiting
sulfates
Callinectes sapidus
enzyme activity
monitoring
organophosphorus insecticides
seawater
sexual development
inorganic phosphorus
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
sediments
temperature
blood
peroxiredoxin