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'Crassostrea virginica' as an Indicator of Cadmium Pollution.
'Crassostrea virginica' as an Indicator of Lead Pollution.
'Proctoeces' sp. (Trematoda: Digenea) in the American Oyster, 'Crassostrea virginica'.
American Oyster ('Crassostrea virginica') as an Indicator of Carcinogens in the Aquatic Environment.
American Oyster as a Coastal Zone Pollution Monitor: A Pilot Study.
Application of Adenine Nucleotide Measurements for the Evaluation of Stress in 'Mytilus edulis' and 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Application of the DNA Alkaline Unwinding Assay to Detect DNA Strand Breaks in Marine Bivalves.
Arsenic Uptake and Loss in the American Oyster, 'Crassostrea virginia'.
Bacterial Accumulation by the Oyster, Crassostrea Virginica, on the Gulf Coast.
Benzo(a)pyrene Metabolism in the America Oyster 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Changes in the Free Amino Acid Pool during Environmental Stress in the Gill Tissue of the Oyster, 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Chemical Induction of Tumors in Oysters by a Mixture of Aromatic and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, Amines and Metals.
Chesapeake Bay 1994 Oyster Fishery Management Plan. Agreement Commitment Report Revision.
Comparison of Mutagen Accumulation in 3 Estuarine Species Using the Salmonella/Microsome Activation System.
Comparison of Ozone and Chlorine Toxicity to Three Life Stages of the American Oyster 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Concurrent Neoplastic and Protistan Disorders in the American Oyster (Crassostrea Virginica).
Cytology and Biochemistry of Brown Cells in 'Crassostrea virginica' Collected at Clean and Contaminated Stations.
Disease Incidence and Potential Mechanisms of Defense for MSX-Resistant and -Susceptible Eastern Oysters Held in Chesapeake Bay.
Effect of Cadmium Body Burdens in Adult 'Crassostrea virginica' on Fecundity and Viability of Larvae.
Effects and interactions of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) with estuarine microorganisms and shellfish /
Effects of Physicochemical Factors and Bacterial Colony Morphotype on Association of 'Vibrio vulnificus' with Hemocytes of 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Effects of Sodium Pentachlorophenate on Several Estuarine Animals: Toxicity, Uptake, and Depuration.
Fate and Survival of Microbial Pest Control Agents in Nontarget Aquatic Organisms.
Histopathology and Bioaccumulation in Oysters 'Crassostrea virginica' Living on Wood Preserved with Chromated Copper Arsenate.
Incidence of polychlorinated biphenyls and chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide residues in Crassostrea virginica from selected areas along coastal South Carolina /
Infection Intensity of 'Perkinsus marinus' Disease in 'Crassostrea virginica' (Gmelin, 1791) from the Gulf of Mexico Maintained under Different Laboratory Conditions.
Interactions of Chlorine-Produced Oxidants (CPO) and Salinity in Affecting Lethal and Sublethal Effects in the Eastern or American Oyster, 'Crassostrea virginica' (GMELIN), Infected with the Protistan Parasite, 'Perkinsus marinus'.
Interactions of Chlorine-Produced Oxidants, Salinity, and a Protistan Parasite in Affecting Lethal and Sublethal Physiological Effects in the Eastern or American Oyster.
Interlaboratory Comparison of the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) Bioconcentration Test Method Using the Eastern Oyster.
Kepone (Trademark) Bioconcentration, Accumulation, Loss, and Transfer through Estuarine Food Chains.
Kepone: Toxicity and Bioaccumulation in Blue Crabs.
Nature and Function of the Brown Cell in 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Occurrence of Agglutinins in the Pallial Cavity Mucus of Oysters.
Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Reef Mapping in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire - 2003: A Final Report to the New Hampshire Estuaries Project.
Oyster Serum Agglutinins and Resistance to Protozoan Parasites.
Perfluorooctanesulfonate and Related Fluorochemicals in Oyster, Crassostrea Virginica, from the Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Bay.
Persistence of Aroclor (Trade Name) 1254 in a Contaminated Estuary.
Recruitment and Growth of the Eastern Oyster, 'Crassostrea virginica', in North Carolina (Includes Executive Summary).
Research and development : an investigation of chemistry and toxicity of ozone-produced oxidants and bromate to selected estuarine species /
Results : interlaboratory comparison - bioconcentration tests using the eastern oyster /
Results of a Study with an Experimental Pesticide on the Shell Deposition of the Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica).
Seasonal Chronic Toxicity of Chlorination to the American Oyster, 'Crassostrea virginica' (G).
Status of commercially important bivalves near the proposed Church Creek Power Plant site
Studies on the Depuration of Cadmium and Copper by the American Oyster 'Crassostrea virginica'.
Toxicity and Bioconcentration of BHC and Lindane in Selected Estuarine Animals.
Toxicity of Dibutyl Phthalate-Contaminated Sediment to Laboratory- and Field-Colonized Estuarine Benthic Communities.
Toxicity of Pentachlorophenol and Related Compounds to Early Life Stages of Selected Estuarine Animals.
Trophic Transfer of Contaminants from Organisms Living by Chromated-Copper-Arsenate (CCA)-Treated Wood to Their Predators.
Uptake and Toxicity of Toxaphene in Several Estuarine Organisms.
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