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- de Oliveira, Fernando Garrido, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- The Science of the total environment 2019 v.667 pp. 371-383
- DNA; DNA damage; Geophagus brasiliensis; acetylcholinesterase; anthropogenic activities; antioxidants; autumn; bentazon; biomarkers; biotransformation; brain; dams (hydrology); enzyme activity; fish; gills; glutathione peroxidase; glutathione transferase; glyphosate; histopathology; indigenous species; irrigation; liver; muscles; mutagens; oxidative stress; plantations; public health; public water supply; rain; rice; risk; rivers; seasonal variation; sediments; spring; superoxide dismutase; tissues; water quality; watersheds; xenobiotics; Brazil
- ... This study aimed to assess the water quality of the Perequê River, Porto Belo, Santa Catarina, Brazil, through a biomarker approach in the native fish species Geophagus brasiliensis, and the sediment chemical quantification of the herbicides glyphosate and bentazone used in irrigated rice plantations. This river is used for the public water supply of two municipalities. The first sampling (S1) was ...