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Herbicide susceptibility in two green algae, Chlorella vulgaris and Selenastrum capricornutum
Abstract Responses of four strains belonging to two green algae, Chlorella vulgaris and Selenastrum capricornutum to three herbicides, simetryn, pretilachlor and thiobencarb, were compared, usingExpand
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Seasonal Changes in Species Composition and Production of Periphyton in an Urban River Running through an Abandoned Copper Mining Region
Seasonal changes in species composition and photosynthesis of the periphyton community were investigated in a copper (0.07-0.22 mg·l-1) -and zinc (0.13-0.55 mg·l-1) -polluted urban river (RiverExpand
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Uptake and depuration kinetics and BCFs of several pesticides in three species of shellfish (Corbicula leana, Corbicula japonica, and Cipangopludina chinensis): Comparison between field and
Abstract Uptake and depuration rate constants, and bioconcentration factors (BCFs) of pesticides in shellfish (Corbicula leana, Corbicula japonica and Cipangopludina chinensis) were estimated fromExpand
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Tolerance to cadmium and cadmium-binding proteins induced in the midge larva, Chironomus yoshimatsui (diptera, chironomidae)
Abstract 1. The midge larva ( Chironomus yoshimatsui ) was exposed to cadmium (10 μg Cd/ml) for 2 days. 2. A large portion of cadmium taken up rapidly into the insects was bound to the high molecularExpand
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Effect of copper and zinc on the growth and emergence of Epeorus latifolium (Ephemeroptera) in an indoor model stream
Effects of Cu and Zn through food as well as through the water on the growth and emergence of the young larvae of Epeorus latifolium (Ephemeroptera), were investigated using an indoor model stream.Expand
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Comparison of cadmium-binding protein induction among mayfly larvae of heavy metal resistant (Baetis thermicus) and susceptible species (B. yoshinensis and B. sahoensis)
1. The mayfly larvae of a heavy metal resistant species (Baetis thermicus) and two heavy metal susceptible species (B. yoshinensis and B. sahoensis) were exposed to cadmium at a concentration of 10Expand
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Monitoring of the overall pesticide toxicity of river water to aquatic organisms using a freshwater shrimp, Paratya compressa improvisa
Abstract River water samples were bioassayed from July 1988 to March 1989 using the freshwater shrimp, Paratya compressa improvisa , to establish the variation in the overall toxicity of the riversExpand
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