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- Grosell, Martin, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 2012 v.63 no.1 pp. 95-100
- Acartia tonsa; Isochrysis galbana; Lytechinus variegatus; cadmium; copper; dose response; larvae; larval development; nickel; reproduction; silver; toxicity; zinc
- ... Previous studies have demonstrated that the euryhaline copepod Acartia tonsa is extremely sensitive to dietborne silver (Ag) exposure, with a 20 % inhibition (EC20) of survival occurring when copepods are fed algae with 1.6 μg g−1 dry weight (dw) Ag, corresponding to a waterborne Ag concentration of 0.46 μg l−1 Ag. In contrast, 43 μg l−1 Ag is required to elicit similar effects in copepods exposed ...
- Grosell, Martin, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 2005 v.49 no.4 pp. 520-527
- Oncorhynchus mykiss; copper; fish; gastrointestinal system; gills; homeostasis; juveniles; sodium; water hardness
- ... Fish inhabiting metal-contaminated environments can take up metals such as Cu via the gills as well as via the gut. Previous research on rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) has indicated that dietary Na can reduce the accumulation of waterborne Cu; however, in hard water, dietary Na does not reduce the accumulation of dietary Cu. In this study, we exposed juvenile rainbow trout in soft water with ...