Risk assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology petroleum crude oil standard water accommodated fraction: further application of a copepod-based, full life-cycle bioassay.

@article{Bejarano2006RiskAO,
  title={Risk assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology petroleum crude oil standard water accommodated fraction: further application of a copepod-based, full life-cycle bioassay.},
  author={Adriana C Bejarano and G. Thomas Chandler and Lijian He and Tawnya L Cary and John Lee Ferry},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={25 7},
  pages={1953-60}
}
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) petroleum crude oil was used to generate NIST water-accommodated hydrocarbon fractions (WAFs) for standardized assessment of crude oil effects on the copepod Amphiascus tenuiremis. Effects were assessed using a 96-well microplate, full life-cycle test. Briefly, nauplii (age, 24 h) were reared individually to adults (n > or =120 nauplii/treatment) in microplate wells containing 200 microl of treatment solution (seawater control [0… CONTINUE READING

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