Adult scallops (shell length, 94 mm) were exposed to low concentrations of the toxic PSP-producing dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense for 10 days followed by 8 days of depuration
during which clearance rate, excretion rate, and the level of PSP toxins accumulated in the tissues were measured.
studies (maintenance of fish in clean water after exposure to WwTW effluent) confirmed that the feminization of the reproductive duct was permanent.
Uptake, distribution and depuration
of paralytic shellfish toxins from Alexandrium minutum in Australian greenlip abalone, Haliotis laevigata.
The assessment of the infant to exposure to chemicals from human milk requires multiple milk samplings during the breast-feeding period because of the expected decline in the level of persistent chemicals in human milk from maternal depuration
Molting as a mechanism of depuration
of metals in the fiddler crab, Ucapugnax.
Finally, we performed a depuration
study to determine the rate of brevetoxin elimination.
have, in depuration
studies, shown exceptional persistence in bivalve tissues (Murphree & Tamplin 1995).
studies found only a partial recovery in reproductive capacity after 5 months.
Oil uptake and depuration
in oysters after use of dispersants in shallow water in El Salvador.
Exposure of tissue in the gastrointestinal tract to OCs is the result, therefore, not only of uptake from food but also of depuration
from the tissue to the lumen.
Behavior of Escherichia coli and male-specific bacteriophage in environmentally contaminated bivalve molluscs before and after depuration
Uptake, metabolism and depuration
of plybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) by the common carp (Cyprinus carpio), Organohalogen Compounds 58:201-204.