Further Reading

Chapin RE, Sloane RA, and Haseman JK (1997) The relationships among reproductive endpoints in Swiss mice, using the reproductive assessment by Continuous Breeding Database. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology 38: 129-142. Perrault SD (1998) Gamete toxicology: The impact of new technologies. In: Korach KS (ed.) Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology. New York: Dekker. Sample BE, Opresko DM, and Suter GW, II (1996) Toxicological Benchmarks for Wildlife: 1996 Revision. Oak Ridge, TN: Lockheed Martin Energy Systems.

Tannenbaum LV, Thran BH, and Williams KJ (2007) Demonstrating ecological receptor health at contaminated sites with wild rodent sperm parameters. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 53 (in press).

US Environmental Protection Agency (1993) Wildlife Exposure Factors Handbook, Vol. I, 2 vols. Office of Research and Development. EPA/ 600/R-93/187a.

US Environmental Protection Agency (1994) Eco Update, Intermittent Bulletin Volume 2, Number 1, Using Toxicity Tests in Ecological Risk Assessment. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, EPA 540-F-94-012.

US Environmental Protection Agency (1995) Eco Update, Intermittent Bulletin Volume 2, Number 2, Catalogue of Standard Toxicity Tests for Ecological Risk Assessment. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. EPA 540-F-94-013.

US Environmental Protection Agency (1996) Guidelines for

Reproductive Toxicity Risk Assessment. Office of Research and Development, EPA/630/R-96/009.

Zenick H, Clegg ED, Perrault SD, Klinefelter GR, and Gray LE (1994) Assessment of male reproductive toxicity: A risk assessment approach. In: Hayes AW (ed.) Principles and Methods of Toxicology, 3rd edn., pp. 937-988. New York: Raven Press.

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