Multi-linear regression analysis, preliminary biotic ligand modeling, and cross species comparison of the effects of water chemistry on chronic lead toxicity in invertebrates.

@article{Esbaugh2012MultilinearRA,
  title={Multi-linear regression analysis, preliminary biotic ligand modeling, and cross species comparison of the effects of water chemistry on chronic lead toxicity in invertebrates.},
  author={Andrew J Esbaugh and Kevin V Brix and Edward M. Mager and Kristine De Schamphelaere and Martin Grosell},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP},
  year={2012},
  volume={155 2},
  pages={423-31}
}
The current study examined the chronic toxicity of lead (Pb) to three invertebrate species: the cladoceran Ceriodaphnia dubia, the snail Lymnaea stagnalis and the rotifer Philodina rapida. The test media consisted of natural waters from across North America, varying in pertinent water chemistry parameters including dissolved organic carbon (DOC), calcium, pH and total CO(2). Chronic toxicity was assessed using reproductive endpoints for C. dubia and P. rapida while growth was assessed for L… CONTINUE READING

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