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- Stéphane, Gasparini, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 2019 v.516 pp. 103-113
- Copepoda; Licmophora; Miozoa; acute toxicity; algal blooms; aquatic food webs; aquatic invertebrates; benthic organisms; breathing; feces; fecundity; fluorescence microscopy; humans; laboratory experimentation; macrophytes; marine ecosystems; marine toxins; mortality; Mediterranean Sea
- ... Harmful algal blooms are a source of increasing concern within the health, economic and ecological sectors. In the Mediterranean Sea, severe blooms of the benthic dinoflagellate Ostreopsis cf. ovata have been occurring since the beginning of the century, causing human intoxications by inhalation of bio-aerosols or direct contact with cells. The toxicity of this dinoflagellate is attributed to the ...