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Fridericia bulbosa (Rosa, 1887) was proposed as a new test species to assess soil ecotoxicity. The acute toxicity of mercury (Hg) and bromoxynil (BX) on the mortality of Fridericia bulbosa (F. bulbosa) in OECD soil was investigated. The results suggested there were statistically significant differences (p<0.05) between controls and treatments except lower(More)
Chemicals in the environment often exist as mixtures and at low doses, whose ecotoxicological diagnosis and risk assessment are hard to be done with the help of the research results on the ecotoxicity of high-level exposure of single chemicals. This paper reviewed the research advances in ecotoxicology and risk assessment of low-dose chemical mixture(More)
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