Tellina cf. pygmaea HN-2016
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Bioturbation alters the properties of sediments and modifies contaminant bioavailability to benthic organisms. These naturally… Expand The role of subcellular partitioning of copper on the sublethal effects to two deposit-feeding organisms (41-day growth in the… Expand The pool of bioavailable metals in sediments is typically much smaller than the total metal concentration and is strongly… Expand Many regulatory frameworks for sediment quality assessment include consideration of contaminant bioavailability. However, the… Expand The use of sediment quality guidelines to predict the toxicity of metals in sediments is limited by an inadequate understanding… Expand The fauna of molluscs associated with deep subtidal Zostera marina beds (12-16 m) in southern Spain (Alboran Sea) has been… Expand The benthic organisms Melita plumulosa (amphipod) and Tellina deltoidalis (bivalve) are currently being used as test species for… Expand Measurements of lethal effect concentrations (LC50) and bioaccumulation following water-only and whole-sediment exposures of the… Expand In October 1994, 39 macrobenthic samples, divided between two areas, were taken on the western Belgian Coastal Banks. The two… Expand
This work received financial support from the Fauna Iberica Projects (DGICYT n° PB870397 and PB89 0081).