Acute toxicity of cadmium and zinc to seven invertebrate species from Western Port, Victoria
- M. Ahsanullah
The acute toxicity of cadmium and zinc to seven species of invertebrate animals from Western Port was determined using both static and continuous-flow bioassays. In the static bioassays, the species…
Toxicity of zinc, cadmium and copper to the shrimp Callianassa australiensis. III. Accumulation of metals
Callianassa australiensis (Dana) that survived 14 d acute lethality studies were analysed to determine the concentrations of zinc, cadmium and copper in the whole shrimp and in various parts of the…
Aerial and aquatic respiration in the shore crab Carcinus maenas (L.)
Factors affecting the heart rate of the shore crab Carcinus maenas (L.)
Toxicity of nickel ores to marine organisms.
Toxicity of zinc, cadmium and copper to the shrimp Callianassa australiensis. I. Effects of individual metals
It is suggested that 14 d is an insufficient time in which to complete meaningful, acute lethality tests for marine shrimps, and longer tests are necessary if lethal threshold concentrations are to be used with application factors to derive “safe” concentrations for the protection of C. australiensis.
The ability of sediment extractants to measure the bioavailability of metals to three marine invertebrates
Imposex in neogastropods: An indicator of tributyltin contamination in eastern Australia☆
Effect of heavy metals on mortality and growth
Toxicity of copper to the marine amphipod Allorchestes compressa in the presence of water-and lipid-soluble ligands
The three water-soluble ligands nitrilotriacetic acid, 8-hydroxyquinoline-5-sulphonic acid and tannic acid are suggested that the presence of these ligands in the receiving water should be taken into consideration when establishing water-quality criteria.