Reproductive and endocrine-disrupting toxicity of Microcystis aeruginosa in female zebrafish
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Highlights•M. aeruginosa caused histological lesions in liver and gonad of female zebrafish.•M. aeruginosa impaired reproductive capacity and caused transgenerational effects.•M. aeruginosa exposure altered the level of plasma hormones in female zebrafish.•M. aeruginosa changed the transcriptions of genes involved in endocrine system.•M. aeruginosa can disrupt reproductive and endocrine system in fish.

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