Developing a protocol whole sediment toxicity testing with the polychaete Armandia agilis

@inproceedings{Saes2018DevelopingAP,
  title={Developing a protocol whole sediment toxicity testing with the polychaete Armandia agilis},
  author={Renan Vandre da Silva Toscano Saes and L. Moreira and M. B. Davanso and F. C. Perina and D. Abessa},
  year={2018}
}
  • Renan Vandre da Silva Toscano Saes, L. Moreira, +2 authors D. Abessa
  • Published 2018
  • Environmental Science
  • Sediments constitute a key compartment of coastal and marine ecosystems. They also constitute the ultimate sink for most of the chemical substances and a source of contamination to the benthic fauna. In this study, we aimed to develop a protocol for acute toxicity tests using the polychaete Armandia agilis as a model species. To achieve that, we evaluated the species tolerance to the salinity of overlying water (in the presence and absence of sediment), the tolerance to sediments with different… CONTINUE READING
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