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ecotoxicological

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to ecotoxicology

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  • In his present work, he combines basic research with the need of consulting routines to estimate and predict chemical and biological effects of priority pollutants, like metals, organometals and persistent organics, e.g., by advanced sampling and analytical techniques, and the use of ecotoxicological test-systems.

    Contributor: Rudolf Reuther

  • I have studied the effects of eutrophication on fluvial macroinvertebrate communities, specifically their ecotoxicological impacts on aquatic species.

    Contributor: ��lvaro Alonso

  • More recently, I am involved in assessing the ecotoxicological impacts of pharmaceutical compounds on freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems.

    Contributor: ��lvaro Alonso

  • Estuarine and coastal zone marine pollution by the nonionic alkylphenol ethoxylates endocrine disrupters: Is there a potential ecotoxicological problem?

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Experts: Endocrine Disruptor BPA Found in Bottles Worrisome

  • Critical limits for cadmium, lead and mercury related to ecotoxicological effects on soil organisms, aquatic organisms, plants, animals and humans.

    Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4)~ Chapter 3

  • This approach will also provide basic knowledge for the future use of E. nuttallii for ecotoxicological testing in aquatic environments.

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  • Prior to production, every component is assessed and receives a rating based on its ecotoxicological impact eliminating potentially harmful substances before production even begins.

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  • Lemna species are also used as test organisms for water quality assessments as well as for ecotoxicological studies regarding adverse effects of e.g. herbicides, pharmaceuticals and heavy metals on aquatic plants

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  • University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland In ecotoxicological and environmental studies Lemna spp. are used as test organisms due to their small size, rapid predominantly vegetative reproduction, easy handling and high sensitivity to various chemicals.

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  • Given the fact that the absolute growth rates may vary by a factor of two in the course of a year, detailed investigations are needed to determine a possible relationship between absolute growth rates and the ecotoxicological sensitivity of

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