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Download: Sept 10, 2020 sushikana KWDR 812-790-3131 . . . Remove: Add: Save and Reload A good way to test is to use a piece of software that automates the process. CuteBits offers a script they call Action, which can read RSS feeds and automatically publish new content for your blog. Here's a snippet of an RSS feed from MIGRATION.COM. YOUR TWITTER HANDLE MIGRATION.COM Augmented bone mass and bone formation in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) from a contaminated hydrothermal stream. The effects of estrogenic compounds on bone metabolism in teleost fish are poorly known. Accordingly, the effects of estrogens and androgenic compounds on the skeleton were investigated in juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) from a contaminated hydrothermal stream in eastern British Columbia, Canada. Both primary and secondary osteons were more common in the tibiae from the contaminated fish compared to the fish from a reference site. Both the cortical and trabecular compartments of the tibia were thicker and showed a more developed and abundant osteonal network. The concentration of calcium in the tibiae was higher in fish from the contaminated site, especially in the trabecular compartment. Levels of bone resorption markers in serum were also elevated in the contaminated fish. Both E(2) and the synthetic androgen, methyltrienolone (R1881) stimulated proliferation and differentiation of primary osteoblasts in vitro. Plasma 17beta-estradiol and testosterone levels were elevated in the contaminated fish, while E(2) in serum was significantly lower in the fish from the contaminated site. We conclude that these early effects of estrogens in coho salmon are similar to those observed




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