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Ecotoxic response of nematodes to ivermectin, a potential anti-COVID-19 drug treatment
New protocols for the selection and rearing of Metoncholaimus pristiurus and the first evaluation of oxidative stress biomarkers in meiobenthic nematodes.
Migratory behavior of free-living marine nematodes surrounded by sediments experimentally contaminated by mixtures of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
The individual and combined effects of cadmium, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) microplastics and their polyalkylamines modified forms on meiobenthic features in a microcosm.
Chronic ecotoxicity of ciprofloxacin exposure on taxonomic diversity of a meiobenthic nematode community in microcosm experiments
Restructuring of a meiobenthic assemblage after sediment contamination with an antibacterial compound: Case study of ciprofloxacin.
- A. Nasri, Mohamed Allouche, +6 authors F. Boufahja
- Medicine, BiologyEcotoxicology and environmental safety
- 15 August 2020
Two dimensional (2D) non-metric multidimensional scaling (nMDS) plots and relative abundances of functional groups of nematode genus assemblages revealed that all functional trait abundances were affected, particularly with the highest dose of ciprofloxacin.
Laboratory bioassay exploring the effects of anti-aging skincare products on free-living marine nematodes: a case study of collagen
- Mohamed Allouche, I. Hamdi, +4 authors F. Boufahja
- Biology, MedicineEnvironmental Science and Pollution Research
- 21 January 2020
The influence of collagen, the main component of commercialized skin anti-aging products, on a Mediterranean community of free-living marine nematodes from a beach in Rimel, northeast Tunisia was explored using a microcosm approach.
Nematodes trophic groups changing via reducing of bacterial population density after sediment enrichment to ciprofloxacin antibiotic: Case study of Marine Mediterranean community.
- A. Nasri, Mohamed Allouche, +7 authors F. Boufahja
- Medicine, BiologyAquatic toxicology
- 19 September 2020
It is shown that ciprofloxacin also leads to a significant decrease in bacterial density with the highest dose, which could explain the results obtained for nematode trophic groups distribution.
Do presence of gray shrimp Crangon crangon larvae influence meiobenthic features? Assessment with a focus on traits of nematodes
- Mohamed Allouche, A. Nasri, +6 authors F. Boufahja
- MedicineEnvironmental Science and Pollution Research
- 7 January 2021
The results suggested that juvenile shrimp had a significant negative impact on the abundance of nematodes and copepods, but no effect on polychaetes.
Using meiobenthic taxa, nematofauna biological traits, and bacterial abundance to assess the effects of the polybrominated diphenyl ethers compound: Case study of tetrabromo diphenyl ether BDE-47.
- A. Nasri, A. Hannachi, +7 authors F. Boufahja
- MedicineThe Science of the total environment
- 20 January 2021
Examination of meiobenthic communities, particularly marine nematode taxa from the Bizerte Lagoon, to the effect of the most detected polybrominated diphenyl ether shows that BDE-47-enriched sediments decreased the meiofaunal taxa and bacterial abundance.