Terrestrial biotic ligand model. 2. Application to Ni and Cu toxicities to plants, invertebrates, and microbes in soil.

@article{Thakali2006TerrestrialBL,
  title={Terrestrial biotic ligand model. 2. Application to Ni and Cu toxicities to plants, invertebrates, and microbes in soil.},
  author={Sagar Thakali and Herbert Ellis Allen and Dominic M. Di Toro and Alexander A. Ponizovsky and Corinne P. Rooney and Fangjie Zhao and Stephen P Mcgrath and Peggy Criel and Hilde Van Eeckhout and Colin R. Janssen and Koen Oorts and Erik Smolders},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 22},
  pages={
          7094-100
        }
}
The Terrestrial Biotic Ligand Model (TBLM) is applied to a number of noncalcareous soils of the European Union for Cu and Ni toxicities using organisms and endpoints representing three levels of terrestrial organisms: higher plants, invertebrates, and microbes. A comparison of the TBLM predictions to soil metal concentration or free metal ion activity in the soil solution shows that the TBLM is able to achieve a better normalization of the wide variation in toxicological endpoints among soils… CONTINUE READING
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