Development and reproduction of the freshwater harpacticoid copepod Attheyella crassa for assessing sediment-associated toxicity.

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Both freshwater and marine sediments are sinks for many anthropogenic substances. This may pose a risk to benthic and epibenthic organisms and it is crucial that toxicity tests that are available for environmental risk assessment can identify potentially adverse effects of sediment-associated substances on benthic organisms, such as harpacticoid copepods… (More)

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@article{Turesson2007DevelopmentAR, title={Development and reproduction of the freshwater harpacticoid copepod Attheyella crassa for assessing sediment-associated toxicity.}, author={Eva Ulfsdotter Turesson and Sara Stiernstr{\"{o}m and Johanna Minten and Margaretha Adolfsson-Erici and Bengt-Erik Bengtsson and Magnus Breitholtz}, journal={Aquatic toxicology}, year={2007}, volume={83 3}, pages={180-9} }