Zoology, Imposex, Environmental chemistry, Endocrine disruptor and Gastropoda are his primary areas of study. As part of the same scientific family, Jörg Oehlmann usually focuses on Zoology, concentrating on Pseudohermaphroditism and intersecting with Nassarius reticulatus, Buccinidae and Hexaplex trunculus. Imposex is a subfield of Tributyltin that he tackles.
His Tributyltin study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Ecology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Contamination, Phthalate, Bottled water and Sewage treatment. The Endocrine disruptor study combines topics in areas such as Reproductive toxicity, Bioassay and Potamopyrgus antipodarum.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Ecology, Zoology, Toxicology and Tributyltin. His Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Wastewater, Pollutant and Sewage treatment. He has researched Toxicology in several fields, including Potamopyrgus antipodarum, Reproduction, Toxicity, Chironomus riparius and Animal science.
His Imposex study in the realm of Tributyltin connects with subjects such as Marisa cornuarietis. His Imposex research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nucella, Pseudohermaphroditism and Littorina. Jörg Oehlmann interconnects Midge and Endocrine system in the investigation of issues within Ecotoxicology.
Jörg Oehlmann mainly focuses on Wastewater, Environmental chemistry, Sewage treatment, Toxicity and Effluent. Jörg Oehlmann has included themes like Genotoxicity, Bioassay and Pulp and paper industry in his Wastewater study. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Daphnia magna, Biotechnology and Pollutant.
His work carried out in the field of Sewage treatment brings together such families of science as Reproductive toxicity, Antibiotic resistance, Ecotoxicity and Endocrine system. Jörg Oehlmann combines subjects such as Ecotoxicology, Toxicology and Chironomus riparius with his study of Toxicity. His Mollusca study which covers Reproductive success that intersects with Brood pouch and Tributyltin.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Wastewater, Environmental chemistry, Bioassay, Sewage treatment and Toxicity. Environmental chemistry and Daphnia magna are commonly linked in his work. His research integrates issues of Biotechnology, Antibiotic resistance, Ecotoxicity and Endocrine system in his study of Sewage treatment.
His work in Toxicity addresses subjects such as Metabolite, which are connected to disciplines such as Toxicology. The Toxicology study which covers No-observed-adverse-effect level that intersects with Zoology. The various areas that he examines in his Zoology study include Phenotype, Adaptation, Ecology and Genetic diversity.
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A critical analysis of the biological impacts of plasticizers on wildlife.
Jörg Oehlmann;Ulrike Schulte-Oehlmann;Werner Kloas;Oana Jagnytsch.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2009)
Comparative responses of molluscs and fish to environmental estrogens and an estrogenic effluent
S Jobling;D Casey;T Rodgers-Gray;J Oehlmann.
Aquatic Toxicology (2003)
TBT-induced imposex in marine neogastropods is mediated by an increasing androgen level
C. Bettin;J. Oehlmann;E. Stroben.
Helgoland Marine Research (1996)
Effects of endocrine disruptors on prosobranch snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in the laboratory. Part I: Bisphenol A and octylphenol as xeno-estrogens.
Jörg Oehlmann;Ulrike Schulte-Oehlmann;Michaela Tillmann;Bernd Markert.
Endocrine disruptors in bottled mineral water : total estrogenic burden and migration from plastic bottles
Martin Wagner;Jörg Oehlmann.
Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2009)
Why Public Health Agencies Cannot Depend on Good Laboratory Practices as a Criterion for Selecting Data: The Case of Bisphenol A
John Peterson Myers;Frederick S. vom Saal;Benson T Akingbemi;Koji Arizono.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2009)
Spoilt for choice: A critical review on the chemical and biological assessment of current wastewater treatment technologies.
Carsten Prasse;Daniel Stalter;Ulrike Schulte-Oehlmann;Jörg Oehlmann.
Water Research (2015)
The morphological expression of imposex in Hinia reticulata (Gastropoda: Buccinidae): a potential indicator of tributultin pollution
E. Stroben;J. Oehlmann;P. Fioroni.
Marine Biology (1992)
Bisphenol A induces superfeminization in the ramshorn snail Marisa cornuarietis(Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) at environmentally relevant concentrations.
Jörg Oehlmann;Ulrike Schulte-Oehlmann;Jean Bachmann;Matthias Oetken.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2005)
Tributyltin (TBT) effects on Ocinebrina aciculata (Gastropoda: Muricidae): imposex development, sterilization, sex change and population decline
J. Oehlmann;P. Fioroni;E. Stroben;B. Markert.
Science of The Total Environment (1996)
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