Beaufort-Hilton Head

Learn More
Carbon tetrachloride-mediated loss of cytochrome P-450 has been compared in hepatic microsomes from untreated and phenobarbital-treated rats. At concentrations of carbon tetrachloride greater than 2.5 mM, a direct effect (i.e., NADPH- independent) on cytochrome P-450 was observed. This apparently arose from the "solvent" properties of carbon tetrachloride(More)
  • Long Island, N Y Delaware River And Bay, +6 authors Florida
  • 2000
round-water resources along the Atlantic coastal zone of the United States are vulnerable to saltwater intrusion and to contamination by nutrients. Saltwater intrusion, the movement of saline water into freshwater aquifers (fig. 1), is most commonly caused by groundwater pumping near the coast. Nutrient contamination results from many human activities and(More)
  • 1