Experimental studies on the lead accumulation in the cestode Hymenolepis diminuta and its final host, Rattus norvegicus.


It recently became clear that acanthocephalans parasitizing mammals can bioconcentrate several heavy metals to conspicuously higher concentrations than the tissues of their definitive hosts. As cestodes are more abundant in terrestrial animals than acanthocephalans, and thus potentially more useful in attempts toward passive as well as active biomonitoring… (More)


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