Origin of endocrine disruptor
OTHER WORDS FROM endocrine disruptorendocrine disruption, noun
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How to use endocrine disruptor in a sentence
After surgery, the patients all received the standard therapy of chemo, radiotherapy and endocrine therapy.
WGA may also have direct toxic effects on the heart, endocrine, and immune systems, and even the brain.
Coming next: a smoke detector that could be a real disruptor.
In Vienna she had undergone a new medical process, involving her endocrine glands, that rejuvenates the body and skin.American Dreams, 1923: Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton|Nathaniel Rich|March 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Most Facebook gaming takes place during the workday,” said Hank Halley, chief operating officer of Disruptor Beam.'Game of Thrones' Facebook App Ascent Just Too Popular in Its First Week|Winston Ross|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They are called endocrine glands or organs, and their chemical contributions to the blood are known as hormones.
It is simply all the endocrine or hormone-producing organs organized into a balanced chemical system—adjusted to each other.
We'll change your metabolism, your endocrine balance, toughen your muscle fibers a thousandfold.Brknk's Bounty|Gerald Allan Sohl
Of the endocrine glands, we will mention only two, which are known to play an important part in mental life.Psychology|Robert S. Woodworth
"I'm not so sure about that endocrine shift, sir," Tensor stated emotionlessly.Fair and Warmer|E. G. von Wald