Behavioural toxicity studies of Cyclope neritea and Nassarius mutabilis exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

@article{Leung2019BehaviouralTS,
  title={Behavioural toxicity studies of Cyclope neritea and Nassarius mutabilis exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons},
  author={H. Leung and P. Y. Yue and S. C. Sze and C. K. Au and K. Cheung and Ka Loi Chan and Ho Yiu Lok and Wai Chin 李偉展 Li and K. Yung},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={6695 - 6700}
}
The objective of the work was to study behavioural change of Cyclope neritea (sea snail) and Nassarius mutabilis (land snail) upon exposure to different levels of PAHs. Snail’s behaviour was translated and expressed in Behavioural State Score (BSS) where the score ranged from “0” to “5” points refers to the ascending level of locomotion of a snail. A significant difference was found in snail’s behaviour in 25.0 mg/L than in 0.5 mg/L with p value smaller than 0.01. BSS scores appear most… Expand

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