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A determinant of mercury levels in lake trout Salyelinus namaycush. Bioavailability, accumulation and effects of heavy metals in sediments with special reference to United Kingdom estuaries: Abiotic and biotic factors influencing in situ trace metal levels in macroinvertebrates in freshwater ecosystems.

These mechanisms can be measured experimentally in the laboratory by using radiotracers and heavy metal’s isotopes artificially enriched. Metallothionein in metal regulation and toxicity in aquatic animals.

Interactions of trace metals and different marine food chains. Biomagnification in marine systems: Chronicling a century of lead pollution in Mexico: Dietary metals exposure and toxicity to aquatic organisms: The interactions of selenium with cadmium and mercury. Archives Environmental Troficws Toxicology Lead pollution in subtropical ecosystems on the SE Gulf of California coast: The characteristic high productivity, diversity trkficas environmental seasonality associated with subtropical coastal ecosystems, pose additional complexity to the already difficult study of such processes.

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Biological responses of a simulated marine food chain to Pb addition. Metal pollution, food chain and web, bioaccumulation, biomagnification, eutrophication. Study on the transfer of Cd, Pb, Cu and Zn in neritic and estuarine trophic chains. Review Environmental Contamination Troficass Environmental Toxicology 30 7: Stable isotope ratios as tracers in marine aquatic food webs.

Kinetics of zinc uptake from solution, accumulation and excretion by the decapods crustacean Penaeus indicus. The processes of TTET are very complex due to the many factors that affect them. Stepwise enrichment of 15N along food chains: Aunque es complicado y costoso mantener durante todo el ciclo de vida a especies longevas.

Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 71 1: Biotransference and biomagnification of selenium, copper, cadmium, zinc, arsenic and lead in a temperate seagrass ecosystem from Lake Macquarie Estuary, NSW, Australia.

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The ET essential and nonessential are trophi-cally transferred and can accumulate up to toxic levels in organisms, populations and communities. Environmental Pollution 76 2: Trace metals in marine copepods: Mercury transfer in a subtropical coastal lagoon food web SE Gulf of California under two contrasting climatic condition. Environmental Pollution 87 2: Trace element trophic transfer in aquatic organisms: Environmental Science and Technology Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta Concentration and Assessment of Human Health Risk.

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Metal Metabolism in Aquatic Environments.

Total mercury in canned yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares marketed in northwest Mexico. Toxicokinetics in aquatic systems: Metal Pollution in the Aquatic Environment. Trophic transfer of metals along freshwater food webs: The trophic transfer of metals in marine systems.

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Estuarine Coastal Shelf Science 44 2: Ecophysiology of Trace Metal Uptake in Crustaceans. A critique of the kinetic model approach.

The assimilation of elements ingested by marine planktonic bivalve larvae. Occurrence and seasonal variation of heavy metals in the oyster Saccrostrea iridescens. Review Aquatic Toxicology 22 2: The assimilation of elements ingested by marine copepods.