e.hormone

the gateway to environmental signaling

about e.hormone

e.hormone is a central conduit providing accurate, timely information and educational resources at the cutting edge of environmental signaling research.

The site is part of the Environmental Signaling Network (ESN), a multifaceted program that aims to integrate the vast interdisciplinary signaling field by fostering communication and promoting scientific advancements.

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copyrights & credits

Pages and content contained within the e.hormone web site are copyright © 1996-2020 Tulane University, 1430 Tulane Avenue SL-83, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. (Phone: 504-988-6693).

We encourage the use of the text, diagrams and pictures in whole or in part for educational purposes only with credit given to Tulane University, E.Hormone and any original authors, illustrators and photographers notate. The commercial use or broader distribution is prohibited. Any reproduction, re-publication or other use is strictly forbidden without the express written permission of the original author.

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accolades

Recognition of e.hormone's contributions to the field from such organizations as the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, The National Resources Defense Council, and Science Magazine.

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e.hormone mission

e.hormone is a conduit providing accurate, timely information and educational resources at the cutting edge of environmental signaling research. The site is part of the Environmental Signaling Network, a multifaceted program that aims to integrate the vast interdisciplinary signaling field by fostering communication and promoting scientific advancements. Environmental signaling encompasses the many ways plants and animals use chemical signals to communicate life-driving information, to respond to physical or biological stimuli, and to talk to each other.