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ecotoxicology

(ˌiːkəʊˌtɒksɪˈkɒlədʒɪ)
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(Environmental Science) the study of the effects of toxic substances on the environment
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Ecotoxicological Assessment of Waste Streams from Oil Shale Industry
Our more recent research has focused on changes in microbial community structure and function in response to exposure to toxic contaminants, with the ultimate goal of using microbes as ecotoxicological tools.
Beitz H, Schmidt H, Herzel F (1994) Occurrence, toxicological and ecotoxicological significance of pesticides in groundwater and surface water.
4 Ecotoxicological Aspects in the Biodegradation Process of Polymers
Framework agreement on the collection of silk Menten and floors, carrying out chemical studies on sediments and soils and water samples, conducting ecotoxicological investigations and the transmission of test results as well as the preparation of a report.
These two characteristics that are favorable to ecotoxicological aspects, plant oils are already used in distribution transformers and attempts are underway to extend their use in power transformers.
Amphipods from the genus Gammarus are among the most frequently used organisms in ecotoxicological testing and bioindication especially in situ conditions and L.
2006) and as a test species in ecotoxicological bioassays (Pagano et al.
With this work, Newman (marine science, College of William and Mary) and Clements (Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University) attempt to bridge the gap between ecotoxicology textbooks and technical books focused on specific ecotoxicological topics.
Verslycke is a recognized expert in ecotoxicological research, specifically in evaluating the potential effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs).