Werner Kloas
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A critical analysis of the biological impacts of plasticizers on wildlife
J Oehlmann, U Schulte-Oehlmann, W Kloas, O Jagnytsch, I Lutz, KO Kusk, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
Amphibians as a model to study endocrine disruptors: II. Estrogenic activity of environmental chemicals in vitro and in vivo
W Kloas, I Lutz, R Einspanier
Science of the Total Environment 225 (1-2), 59-68, 1999
The dark side of light: a transdisciplinary research agenda for light pollution policy
F Hölker, T Moss, B Griefahn, W Kloas, CC Voigt, D Henckel, A Hänel, ...
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
The development of functional digestive and metabolic organs in turbot, Scophthalmus maximus
H Segner, V Storch, M Reinecke, W Kloas, W Hanke
Marine Biology 119 (3), 471-486, 1994
Bisphenol A induces feminization in Xenopus laevis tadpoles
G Levy, I Lutz, A Krüger, W Kloas
Environmental Research 94 (1), 102-111, 2004
Microplastics as an emerging threat to terrestrial ecosystems
AA de Souza Machado, W Kloas, C Zarfl, S Hempel, MC Rillig
Global change biology 24 (4), 1405-1416, 2018
Bisphenol A induces superfeminization in the ramshorn snail (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) at environmentally relevant concentrations
J Oehlmann, U Schulte-Oehlmann, J Bachmann, M Oetken, I Lutz, ...
Environmental health perspectives 114 (Suppl 1), 127-133, 2006
Amphibians as a model to study endocrine disruptors: I. Environmental pollution and estrogen receptor binding
I Lutz, W Kloas
Science of the total environment 225 (1-2), 49-57, 1999
Endocrine disruption in aquatic vertebrates
W Kloas, R Urbatzka, R Opitz, S Würtz, T Behrends, B Hermelink, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1163 (1), 187-200, 2009
Short-term exposure with high concentrations of pristine microplastic particles leads to immobilisation of Daphnia magna
S Rehse, W Kloas, C Zarfl
Chemosphere 153, 91-99, 2016
Amphibians as a model for the study of endocrine disruptors
W Kloas
International review of cytology 216, 1-57, 2002
Water quality and heavy metal monitoring in water, sediments, and tissues of the African Catfish Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) from the River Nile, Egypt
AGM Osman, W Kloas
Journal of Environmental Protection 1 (04), 389, 2010
Endocrine disrupting effects of herbicides and pentachlorophenol: in vitro and in vivo evidence
F Orton, I Lutz, W Kloas, EJ Routledge
Environmental science & technology 43 (6), 2144-2150, 2009
Androgenic and antiandrogenic activities in water and sediment samples from the river Lambro, Italy, detected by yeast androgen screen and chemical analyses
R Urbatzka, A Van Cauwenberge, S Maggioni, L Viganò, A Mandich, ...
Chemosphere 67 (6), 1080-1087, 2007
Metal fate and effects in estuaries: A review and conceptual model for better understanding of toxicity
AA de Souza Machado, K Spencer, W Kloas, M Toffolon, C Zarfl
Science of the Total Environment 541, 268-281, 2016
Exposure to human pharmaceuticals Carbamazepine, Ibuprofen and Bezafibrate causes molecular effects in Dreissena polymorpha
V Contardo-Jara, C Lorenz, S Pflugmacher, G Nützmann, W Kloas, ...
Aquatic toxicology 105 (3-4), 428-437, 2011
Environmental estrogens and reproductive biology in amphibians
G Mosconi, O Carnevali, MF Franzoni, E Cottone, I Lutz, W Kloas, ...
General and comparative endocrinology 126 (2), 125-129, 2002
Uncoupling protein 1 in fish uncovers an ancient evolutionary history of mammalian nonshivering thermogenesis
M Jastroch, S Wuertz, W Kloas, M Klingenspor
Physiological genomics 22 (2), 150-156, 2005
Functional genomics and sexual differentiation in amphibians
C Bögi, G Levy, I Lutz, W Kloas
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 2002
Amphibians as model to study endocrine disrupters
W Kloas, I Lutz
Journal of chromatography A 1130 (1), 16-27, 2006
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