2 edition of Index of pollutant-induced fish and shellfish disease found in the catalog.
Index of pollutant-induced fish and shellfish disease
J. S. O"Connor
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service in Rockville, Md
Written in English
|Statement||Joel S. O"Connor, John J. Ziskowski, Robert A. Murchelano.|
|Series||NOAA special report|
|Contributions||Ziskowski, John J., Murchelano, Robert A., United States. National Ocean Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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Scientific uncertainty about child health and the environment relates to several factors: • Absent or inadequate evidence—gaps in knowledge of the toxicology and epidemiology of potential environmental hazards • Inconsistent results of toxicologic studies—use of different test animal species or strains, differences in purity, dose, and. An overview of the literature on pollutant-induced responses in fish is presented in Tables 5 / In these tables, a separation is made between four groups of biomarker responses, each group being divided into laboratory and field studies: phase I-related enzymes (Tables 5 and 6), phase II.
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Contents. Peer-Reviewed Media. Non-Peer-Reviewed Media. Subject Index Organisms Areas Topics. Author Index. All requests for a reprint of a publication or a photocopy of a report or abstract should be mailed to the sole/senior NEFSC author of the work (i.e., as depicted by all capital letters in the bibliographic entry), c/o Northeast Fisheries Science Center Editorial.
Monitoring of estuaries in the Louisianian Province was performed annually from – to assess ecological conditions on a regional scale. We found over the four years of monitoring, 25±6% of Gulf of Mexico estuarine sediments in the Louisianian Province displayed poor biological conditions, as measured by benthic community structure, and 14±7% of the Cited by: In general, diseases in fish and shellfish are very localized, but there is concern amongst scientists Index of pollutant-induced fish and shellfish disease book certain cancers, especially liver tumours, occurring in demersal fish inhabiting polluted estuarine and coastal waters, are related to the release of chemicals, e.g.
hydrocarbons, pesticides and heavy by: Recently, a series of shellfish and fish kills, ulcerated fish disease events, and public health threats have also highlighted the presence of small, heterotrophic, lightly-armored dinoflagellates with different life cycle strategies to those of the more.
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Fish & Shellfish Immunology ; 30(6): Kwang-Soo S, Ill-Kyoon O, Chang-Jin K. Production and Purification of Remazol Brilliant Blue R. Shellfish is a useful tool for active environmental biomonitoring. According to levels of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in shellfish, we can calculate the risk observed for public health.
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