First published in 1984: This book is a compilation of research on Organolead Compounds.
1. Short Review of Properties of Organolead Compounds
K. A. Jensen
2. Gasoline Additives: Past, Present, and Future
3. Microbial Methylation of Lead
K. Beijer and A. Jernelov
4. Organic Lead in the Aquatic Environment
Y. K. Chau and P.T.S. Wong
5. Analysis of Airborne Organic Level
S. Berg and A. Jonsson
6. Atmospheric Occurrence of Organolead Compounds
7. Toxic Effects in Plant Organisms
8. Metabolism and Toxicokinetics
9. Genotoxic Effects
E. Niebuhr and H.C. Wulf
10. Induction of Anion Transport in Biological Membranes
11. Effects on Mitochondria and Other Enzyme Systems
12. Effects on Membrane Formation in the Central Nervous System
13. Effects on Reproduction and Hormone Metabolism
14. Experimental Pathology of Short-Chain Alkylead Compounds
A.A. Seawright et al.
15. Possible Mechanisms for the Selective Neurotoxicity
16. The Gasoline Sniffing Syndrome
17. Organolead Exposures and Intoxications
18. Preventive Measures in the Occupational Setting
J. Gething and G.R. Oxley
19. Governmental Regulations
A.A. Jensen and P. Grandjean
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