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Chronic effect of NaCl salinity on a freshwater strain of Daphnia magna Straus (Crustacea: Cladocera): a demographic study.
Daphnia magna is mainly recognized as a freshwater cladoceran, but there are some strains that grow in brackish waters. The tolerance to salinity of a freshwater strain was assessed at NaClExpand
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Phenotypic plasticity in Scenedesmus incrassatulus (Chlorophyceae) in response to heavy metals stress.
The microalgae genus Scenedesmus is commonly found in freshwater bodies, wastewater facilities and water polluted with heavy metals. Phenotypic plasticity in Scenedesmus has been documented inExpand
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Heavy metals removal by the microalga Scenedesmus incrassatulus in continuous cultures.
The microalga Scenedesmus incrassatulus was grown under continuous regime in the presence of chromium(VI), cadmium(II) and copper(II), as single metal species and as mixtures of two or three metals,Expand
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Nickel has biochemical, physiological, and structural effects on the green microalga Ankistrodesmus falcatus: An integrative study.
In recent years, the release of chemical pollutants to water bodies has increased due to anthropogenic activities. Ni(2+) is an essential metal that causes damage to aquatic biota at highExpand
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Microcystis toxigenic strains in urban lakes: a case of study in Mexico City
Microcystis is a bloom-forming, common cyanobacterium in urban lakes of Mexico City. To assess the presence of potentially cyanotoxin-producing Microcystis, molecular techniques were applied andExpand
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Bioremoval of the azo dye Congo Red by the microalga Chlorella vulgaris
Discharge of dye-containing wastewater by the textile industry can adversely affect aquatic ecosystems and human health. Bioremoval is an alternative to industrial processes for detoxifying waterExpand
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Description of the individual growth of Daphnia magna (Crustacea: Cladocera) through the von Bertalanffy growth equation. Effect of photoperiod and temperature
Daphnia magna is a cladoceran used as a model organism in aquatic ecology and ecotoxicology studies. Because growth is a critical parameter to study the effect of environmental conditions on theExpand
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Validation of a two-generational reproduction test in Daphnia magna: An interlaboratory exercise.
Effects observed within one generation disregard potential detrimental effects that may appear across generations. Previously we have developed a two generation Daphnia magna reproduction test usingExpand
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Effect of culture conditions and mother’s age on the sensitivity of Daphnia magna Straus 1820 (Cladocera) neonates to hexavalent chromium
Daphnia magna is a freshwater cladoceran used worldwide as test organism in aquatic toxicity assays. In Mexico there is a test protocol for this species; nevertheless, some aspects of the controlledExpand
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A REDESCRIPTION OF MOINA HUTCHINSONI, A RARE CLADOCERAN (BRANCHIOPODA: ANOMOPODA) FOUND IN REMNANTS OF A MEXICAN SALINE LAKE, WITH NOTES ON ITS LIFE HISTORY
Abstract Moina hutchinsoni Brehm, 1937, a nearctic anomopod cladoceran, was observed in shallow ephemeral ponds of the former Texcoco Lake, near Mexico City, Mexico. The type material, from LakeExpand
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