Environmental Effects on Hormone Activity

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Some compounds present in the environment, both from natural and man-made sources, can disrupt the delicate hormone balance necessary for reproduction in several species possibly including horses, according to Cynthia Corbitt Gulledge, PhD, of the University of Louisville’s biology department. Gulledge presented “Hormones and Anti-Hormones in the Environment: Relevance for Equine Reproduction

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