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Pb uptake by the marine mussel Mytilus sp. Interactions with dissolved organic matter

Aquatic Toxicology

Mar 5, 2011

Paula Sánchez-MarínRicardo Beiras

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It is well known that dissolved organic matter binds metal ions and buffers them in natural waters. Although it is believed that a decrease in metal ion concentration should lead to a decrease in metal bioavailability, previous work has shown that Pb uptake by Mytilus edulis gills is gr...read more

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Daphnia magna
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Pb uptake by the marine mussel Mytilus sp. Interactions with dissolved organic matter

Aquatic Toxicology

Mar 5, 2011

Paula Sánchez-MarínRicardo Beiras

PMID: 21371612

DOI: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2010.12.012

Abstract

It is well known that dissolved organic matter binds metal ions and buffers them in natural waters. Although it is believed that a decrease in metal ion concentration should lead to a decrease in metal bioavailability, previous work has shown that Pb uptake by Mytilus edulis gills is gr...read more

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Buffers
Benzopyrans
Humic Substances
Daphnia magna
Alveolar Ventilation Function
Filtration
Electrochemical Techniques
Endogenous Surfactants
Pellet Formation
Complex (molecular entity)

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