The effects of radionuclides on animal behavior.

  title={The effects of radionuclides on animal behavior.},
  author={B{\'e}atrice Gagnaire and Christelle Adam-Guillermin and Alexandre Bouron and Philippe Lestaevel},
  journal={Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology},
Concomitant with the expansion of the nuclear industry, the concentrations of several pollutants, radioactive or otherwise, including uranium, caesium, cadmium and cobalt, have increased over the last few decades. These elemental pollutants do exist in the environment and are a threat to many organisms. Behavior represents the integration of all the anatomical adaptations and physiological processes that occur within an organism. Compared to other biological endpoints, the effects of pollutants… CONTINUE READING
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