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Journal of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology
Aquatic organisms in the coastal regions are often exposed to many anthropogenic effluents. Kuwait Bay receives considerable quantities of sewage and industrial effluents, and thus, naturally, many endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) find their way into the coastal waters. These EDCs could influence the physiology of the aquatic organisms inhabiting the coastal region. Response of two important local fish of aquaculture importance, bluefin bream (Sparidentax hasta) and yellowfin breamdoi:10.5897/jece2019.0448 fatcat:hj7ongqbobbnfb5qup3czexcpq