Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals in Freshwater Snails Bellamya Bengalensis, and Lymnea Accuminata from Malangaon Wetland of Dhule District (maharashtra) India


Heavy metal pollution in aquatic ecosystem has been recognized as a serious environmental problem. In many cases, heavy metals occur in natural water bodies at levels below their toxic thresholds, however, due to their nondegradable nature, such low concentrations may still pose risk of damage via uptake and subsequent bioaccumulation by organisms, which… (More)


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