||Effects of metal salt mixtures on Daphnia magna reproduction /
Biesinger, Kenneth E. ;
Christensen, G. M. ;
Fiandt, J. T.
||Environmental Research Lab.-Duluth, MN.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory-Duluth ; [Available from National Technical Information Service],
Daphnia magna--Effect of water pollution on ;
Aquatic organisms--Effect of water quality on ;
Salts--Physiological effect ;
Water pollution ;
Aquatic animals ;
Daphnia magna ;
Heavy metals ;
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||pages 9-14 : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Three binary metal experiments were conducted using a 'complete block design', testing the chlorides of Cd, Hg, and Zn individually and in combinations of Cd-Hg, Cd-Zn, and Zn-Hg on Daphnia magna reproduction. These mixtures were tested at one-half, once and twice the 16 percent reproductive impairment concentration previously determined for individual metals. The Cd-Hg, Cd-Zn, and Zn-Hg mixtures all showed significant reductions in reproduction at concentrations where the metal salts alone caused no significant effect.
"Journal article." "Published in: Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 11, pp. 9-14, 1986." Print reproduction.