Atrazine-induced hermaphroditism at 0.1 ppb in American leopard frogs (Rana pipiens): laboratory and field evidence.

@article{Hayes2003AtrazineinducedHA,
  title={Atrazine-induced hermaphroditism at 0.1 ppb in American leopard frogs (Rana pipiens): laboratory and field evidence.},
  author={Tyrone Hayes and Kelly M. Haston and Mable Tsui and Anhthu Hoang and Cathryn Haeffele and Aaron Vonk},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  year={2003},
  volume={111},
  pages={568 - 575}
}
Atrazine is the most commonly used herbicide in the United States and probably the world. Atrazine contamination is widespread and can be present in excess of 1.0 ppb even in precipitation and in areas where it is not used. In the current study, we showed that atrazine exposure (> or = to 0.1 ppb) resulted in retarded gonadal development (gonadal dysgenesis) and testicular oogenesis (hermaphroditism) in leopard frogs (Rana pipiens). Slower developing males even experienced oocyte growth… CONTINUE READING
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