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- Soulen, Brianne K.; Adams, Douglas H.; Roberts, Aaron P.
- Ecotoxicology 2019 v.28 no.3 pp. 251-260
- coasts, etc ; Myliobatiformes; bioavailability; demethylation; ecosystems; estuaries; fish; freeze drying; habitats; invertebrates; liver; mercury; methylmercury compounds; microbial activity; muscles; rivers; sediments; tissues; toxic substances; toxicity; Florida; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Mercury (Hg) deposited into aquatic sediments can be converted into the more toxic methylmercury (MeHg) by microbial activity. Atlantic stingrays (Hypanus sabinus) are an estuarine and nearshore species found in coastal regions of the western North Atlantic, occurring in multiple habitat types, and feeding mainly on benthic invertebrates. Mercury dynamics and speciation in stingrays have not been ...