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- Deese, Rachel D.; Weldeghiorghis, Thomas K.; Haywood, Benjamin J.; Cook, Robert L.
- Aquatic toxicology 2017 v.186 pp. 188-195
- Artemia franciscana, etc ; aquatic environment; cetylpyridinium chloride; growth retardation; guanosine triphosphate; humic acids; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; octoxynol; phosphorus; sodium dodecyl sulfate; stable isotopes; surfactants; temporal variation; toxicity; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Surfactants, such as triton X-100 (Tx-100), cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC), and sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) are known to be toxic to Artemia Franciscana (Artemia) – an organism, frequently used to monitor the health of the aquatic environment. The phospho-metabolite profile of a living organism is often indicative of imbalances that may have been caused by environmental stressors, such as surfact ...
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- Bergami, E.; Pugnalini, S.; Vannuccini, M.L.; Manfra, L.; Faleri, C.; Savorelli, F.; Dawson, K.A.; Corsi, I.
- Aquatic toxicology 2017 v.189 pp. 159-169
- Artemia franciscana, etc ; Dunaliella tertiolecta; acute exposure; adsorption; apoptosis; cathepsin L; ecotoxicology; genes; growth retardation; larvae; larval development; marine ecosystems; marine environment; microalgae; molting; mortality; nanoparticles; plankton; pollution; polystyrenes; risk assessment; toxicity; toxicity testing; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Plastic pollution has been globally recognized as a critical issue for marine ecosystems and nanoplastics constitute one of the last unexplored areas to understand the magnitude of this threat. However, current difficulties in sampling and identifying nano-sized debris make hard to assess their occurrence in marine environment. Polystyrene nanoparticles (PS NPs) are largely used as nanoplastics in ...