Dissertation Writers: Does continual atrazine exposure increase the likelihood of developing and adaptive resistance?
1) Any speculation as to why more sexual abnormalities seen at lower exposure levels?? One could assume the opposite to be true but based on the assigned paper’s results, this does not appear to be the case.
2) Acute versus chronic exposure; does continual atrazine exposure increase the likelihood of developing and adaptive resistance? And could that adaptation be passed on to offspring??
3) If most water sources (including rain) in the US contain more than the effective does of atrazine, then why aren’t ALL frogs female?? This data suggests that exposure levels are high over the entire country so why are sexual alterations limited to just agricultural areas?