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A summarization and discussion of age and growth of spot, Leiostomus xanthurus Lacépède, sand seatrout, Cynoscion arenarius Ginsburg, and silver seatrout, Cynoscion nothus (Holbrook), based on a literature review /
Acute Toxicity and Bioconcentration of Endosulfan-Exposed Estuarine Animals.
Bioaccumulation of 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene from food and water sources by SPOT (leiostomus xanthurus) /
Bioaccumulation of Kepone by Spot ('Leiostomus xanthurus'): Importance of Dietary Accumulation and Ingestion Rate.
Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Croaker and Spot Fishery Management Plan: Agreement Commitment Report 1991.
Critical Thermal Maximum of Juvenile Spot, Leiostomus Xanthurus, Lacepede.
Heptachlor: Uptake, Depuration, Retention, and Metabolism by Spot, 'Leiostomus xanthurus'.
Kepone (Trademark) Bioconcentration, Accumulation, Loss, and Transfer through Estuarine Food Chains.
Macrophage Aggregates as Indicators of Environmental Stress. (Chapter 15).
Toxicity of Bromate to Striped Bass Ichthyoplankton ('Morone saxatilis') and Juvenile Spot ('Leiostomus xanthurus').
Toxicity of Chlorine to Juvenile Spot, Leiostomus Xanthurus.
Toxicological and Physiological Responses of the Fish, 'Leiostomus xanthurus', Exposed to Chlorine Produced Oxidants.
Trophic Transfer of Contaminants from Organisms Living by Chromated-Copper-Arsenate (CCA)-Treated Wood to Their Predators.
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