Impairment of green-lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus) physiology by waterborne cadmium: relationship to tissue bioaccumulation and effect of exposure duration.

@article{Chandurvelan2012ImpairmentOG,
  title={Impairment of green-lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus) physiology by waterborne cadmium: relationship to tissue bioaccumulation and effect of exposure duration.},
  author={Rathishri Chandurvelan and I. Marsden and S. Gaw and C. Glover},
  journal={Aquatic toxicology},
  year={2012},
  volume={124-125},
  pages={
          114-24
        }
}
Laboratory studies were performed to assess the impact of acute and subchronic cadmium (Cd) exposure on the green-lipped mussel, Perna canaliculus. A 96 h median lethal concentration (LC(50)) value of 8160 μg L(-1) was determined, characterising this species as relatively tolerant to Cd exposure. Acute (96 h; at 2000 and 4000 μg Cd L(-1)) and subchronic (28 d; at 200 and 2000 μg Cd L(-1)) waterborne exposures were then conducted to investigate the impact of Cd exposure on physiological… Expand
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