Testing for endocrine disruptors in South African waters : a comparative study employing in vitro and in vivo screening approaches

@inproceedings{Truter2016TestingFE,
  title={Testing for endocrine disruptors in South African waters : a comparative study employing in vitro and in vivo screening approaches},
  author={Johannes Christoff Truter},
  year={2016}
}
................................................................................................................... iii Opsomming .............................................................................................................. v Dedication ............................................................................................................... vii Acknowledgements ............................................................................................... viii Table of 

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