Aquatic ecotoxicity of the fungicide pyrimethanil: effect profile under optimal and thermal stress conditions.

@article{Seeland2012AquaticEO,
  title={Aquatic ecotoxicity of the fungicide pyrimethanil: effect profile under optimal and thermal stress conditions.},
  author={Anne Seeland and Joerg Oehlmann and Ruth Mueller},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2012},
  volume={168},
  pages={161-9}
}
The aquatic ecotoxic profile of the fungicide pyrimethanil and its acute and chronic thermal dependence in two aquatic invertebrates Chironomus riparius and Daphnia magna were investigated. The ecotoxicity of pyrimethanil at optimal thermal conditions did not depend on the trophic level, but was species-specific. The acute pyrimethanil-toxicity on C. riparius increased with higher temperature. The chronic response of Daphnia magna to the NOEC of the fungicide was examined in a multigenerational… CONTINUE READING
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