Daphnia exilis Herrick, 1895 (Crustacea: Cladocera): A zooplankter potentially usable as test organism for acute toxicity tests in tropical and subtropical environments

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MARTÍNEZ-JERÓNIMO, Fernando; RODRÍGUEZ-ESTRADA, Jesús; MARTÍNEZ-JERÓNIMO, Laura;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Centro de Ciencias de la Atmósfera, UNAM
  • Subject: zooplankton | aquatic toxicology | zooplancton | cromo hexavalente | Daphnia magna | toxicología acuática | chromium, Cr(VI)

La evaluación biológica de los efectos tóxicos que producen los contaminantes químicos sobre los organismos acuáticos es fundamental para establecer medidas de control que restrinjan o limiten la contaminación en los ecosistemas acuáticos receptores de descargas. Para r... View more
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