Generations at Risk: Reproductive Health and the Environment

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Index
acaricides, 144
"acceptable" risk, 44, 45
acephate
environmental characteristics, 109t
release, 218t
toxicity, in animals, 128t
uses, 126, 219t
acetylcholine, 129
acrodynia, 62
active ingredient, 108
active surveillance, 40
ACTS (Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety), 280, 329
Administrative Procedures Act, 241
advisories, fish and wildlife, 193t, 199, 222, 228
Aerometric Information Retrieval System (AIRS), 196
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
petition process, 285-286
ToxFAQ program, 277-278
Agent Orange, 142, 173-174, 261
agricultural operations, exposures from, 122, 288
Ah-receptor, 173
air
emissions, 285
indoor, pesticides in, 222-223, 223t
AIRS (Aerometric Information Retrieval System), 196
aldrin, 130, 223
alkylphenols, 179-180, 335t
17-alpha-estradiol, 168
androgen receptors, pyrethroid binding and, 136
anencephaly, solvents and, 81t, 84
animal toxicity testing. See also under specific chemicals
dose-response issues, 31, 32f, 33-34
interpretation of, 18-19
purpose of, 27-28
for setting standards, 30-31
types of, 28
weaknesses of, 29-30
AOEC (Association of Occupational and Environmental Health Clinics), 293, 294
arsenic
biological monitoring tests, 302t
in body, 66
in breast milk, 211t
production/release, 208t
reproductive/developmental effects, 52, 67-69, 334t
routes of exposure, 66, 210
uses, 66
in wood products, 66-67

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