Hemocitical responses to environmental stress in invertebrates: a review.

Abstract

Although invertebrates are recognized by the great facility to accumulate pollutants present in their environment and many of them are used as sentinel species in biomonitoring studies, little is known about the impact of toxicants on the immune system of these animals. In this regard, hemocytes play a fundamental role: these cells circulate freely through… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10661-010-1645-7

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@article{Perez2011HemociticalRT, title={Hemocitical responses to environmental stress in invertebrates: a review.}, author={Danielli Giuliano Perez and Carmem Silvia Fontanetti}, journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment}, year={2011}, volume={177 1-4}, pages={437-47} }