The use of Chironomus riparius larvae to assess effects of pesticides from rice fields in adjacent freshwater ecosystems.


A bioassay with Chironomus riparius larvae, using larval development and growth as endpoints, was carried out inside a rice field and in the adjacent wetland channel in Portugal, during pesticide treatments (molinate, endosulfan and propanil) to determine impact caused by pesticide contamination in freshwater ecosystems. The bioassay was also performed… (More)


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