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Relative importance of microplastics as a pathway for the transfer of hydrophobic organic chemicals to marine life.
It has been hypothesised that, if ingested, plastic debris could act as vector for the transfer of chemical contaminants from seawater to organisms, yet modelling suggest that, in the naturalExpand
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Review of the partitioning of chemicals into different plastics: Consequences for the risk assessment of marine plastic debris.
Marine plastic debris are found worldwide in oceans and coastal areas. They degrade only slowly and contain chemicals added during manufacture or absorbed from the seawater. Therefore, they can poseExpand
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Predicting the oral uptake efficiency of chemicals in mammals: combining the hydrophilic and lipophilic range.
Environmental risk assessment requires models for estimating the bioaccumulation of untested compounds. So far, bioaccumulation models have focused on lipophilic compounds, and only a few haveExpand
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Muslim Mudejar Women in Thirteenth-Century Spain: Dispelling the Stereotypes
This article attempts to redress the lack of attention in modern scholarship on women and gender, and to the status of Muslim women in medieval times, particularly those in non-Muslim societies suchExpand
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