Ecotoxicological evaluation of harbour sediments using marine organisms from different trophic levels (Articolo in rivista)

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  • Ecotoxicological evaluation of harbour sediments using marine organisms from different trophic levels (Articolo in rivista) (literal)
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  • 2008-01-01T00:00:00+01:00 (literal)
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  • 10.1065/jss2008.02.272 (literal)
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  • Pane L.; Giacco E.; Corrà C.; Greco G.; Mariottini G.L.; Varisco F.; Faimali M. (2008)
    Ecotoxicological evaluation of harbour sediments using marine organisms from different trophic levels
    in Journal of soils and sediments (Print)
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  • Pane L.; Giacco E.; Corrà C.; Greco G.; Mariottini G.L.; Varisco F.; Faimali M. (literal)
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  • 74 (literal)
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  • 79 (literal)
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  • Paper presented at the 16th SETAC Europe Annual Meeting (Controversies and Solutions in Environmental Sciences, The Hague, 7-11 May 2006) and selected , for publication in J Soils Sediments edited by Henner Hollert. (literal)
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  • 8 (literal)
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  • 2 (literal)
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  • (1) Università di Genova, Dip. di Biologia, Viale Benedetto XV 5, 16132 Genova, italy (2) CNR-ISMAR, Sede di Genova, Via De Marini 6, 16149 Genova, Italy (3) Multiproject S.r.l., Via del Carso 6/a, 34170 Gorizia, Italy (literal)
Titolo
  • Ecotoxicological evaluation of harbour sediments using marine organisms from different trophic levels (literal)
Abstract
  • The toxicity of contaminated sediments should be evaluated considering the direct exposure of laboratory organisms to whole sediments and the indirect exposure to elutriates or extracts (Tay et al. 1992, Byrne and Halloran 1999, Nendza 2002). The alga Dunaliella tertiolecta is indicated for the use in toxicity bioassays because it is highly sensitive to several xenobiotics. Harpacticoid copepods have been already used for toxicity testing and Tigriopus fulvus is a promising Mediterranean target-species in ecotoxicology (Todaro et al. 2001, Faraponova et al. 2003, Pane et al. 2005a). In this study, the toxicity of sediments collected in harbour sites of the Northeastern Adriatic Sea was evaluated by growth inhibition test with free living and alginate-immobilized Dunaliella tertiolecta and acute toxicity test with nauplii and adult Tigriopus fulvus with the aim of pointing out the importance to utilize model organisms from different trophic levels in sediment ecotoxicology. (literal)
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