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X-ray studies shed light on frog deformities

ork clearly parallels some of our efforts to evaluate possible water-borne factors by analysis of water and sediments. We have not identified single causes of deformities however, we have identified mixtures with the capacity to disrupt development of amphibians and many other species at several sites that are a part of this study."

Additionally, the USGS National Wildlife Health Center and the University of Wisconsins Department of Anatomy/NIEHS Center for Developmental, Molecular and Toxicology are performing extensive examinations on wild-caught tadpoles to more clearly delineate the developmental causes of frog malformations.


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Contact: Catherine Haecker
catherine_haecker@usgs.gov
707-442-1329
United States Geological Survey
28-Mar-2000


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