Aquatic Toxicology Research Focus

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Nova Publishers, 2008 - Medical - 204 pages
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Aquatic toxicology is the study of the effects of manufactured chemicals and other anthropogenic and natural materials and activities on aquatic organisms at various levels of organization, from subcellular through individual organisms to communities and ecosystems. This book presents the latest research from around the globe.
 

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Contents

OXIDATIVE STRESS AS A COMPONENT OF TRANSITION METAL TOXICITY IN FISH
1
PHARMACEUTICALS IN WATER AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACT ON REUSE
31
MICROBIALAND CHEMICAL ASSAYS TO DETERMINE THE ORIGIN OF FAECAL POLLUTION AND THE PRESENCE OF WATERBORNE P...
51
SIDEEFFECT OF PESTICIDES ON AQUATIC ORGANISMS
79
ECOTOXICOLOGY OF HEAVY METALS IN MARINE SPONGES DIFFERENT AND CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF HEAVY METALS ON DIFF...
99
FINE SCALE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF AQUATIC MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES
119
THE MICRONUCLEUS TEST FOR AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
145
COLONISATION OF WATER SYSTEMS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT OF NORTHERN GERMANY BY LEGIONELLA SPP AND PSEUDO...
161
FERRITIN AND LABILE IRON POOL IN LIMPETS FROM THE BEAGLE CHANNEL
177
Index
189
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