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A Field and laboratory study using adenylate energy charge as an indicator of stress in Mytilus edulis and Nephtys incisa treated with dredged material /
Adenylate Energy Charge and Adenine Nucleotide Measurements as Indicators of Stress in the Mussel, 'Mytilus edulis', Treated with Dredged Material under Laboratory Conditions.
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.
Availability of PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) and PAHs (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons) to 'Mytiluj edulis' from Artificially Resuspended Sediments.
Benzo(a)pyrene Concentrations in Somatic and Gonad Tissues of Bay Mussels, 'Mytilus edulis'.
Bioaccumulation of PCB Congeners by Blue Mussels 'Mitilus edulis' Deployed in New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts.
Carcinogenicity of Black Rock Harbor Sediment to the Eastern Oyster and Trophic Transfer of Black Rock Harbor Carcinogens from the Blue Mussel to the Winter Flounder.
Chemical carcinogens in bivalve mollusks from Oregon estuaries /
Comparison of field and laboratory bioaccumulation of organic and inorganic contaminants from Black Rock Harbor dredged material /
Comparison of Several Physiological Monitoring Techniques as Applied to the Blue Mussel, 'Mytilus edulis' Along a Gradient of Pollutant Stress in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island.
Comparison of the Physiological Condition of the Blue Mussel, 'Mytilus edulis', After Laboratory and Field Exposure to a Dredged Material.
Dredged Material Plume Dispersal in Central Long Island Sound.
Effects of Black Rock Harbor dredged material on the scope for growth of the blue mussel 'Mytilus Edulis' after laboratory and field exposures /
Effects of Environmental Factors on Radiocadmium Uptake by Four Species of Marine Bivalves.
Effects of habitat characteristics on mussel growth in Padilla Bay, Washington /
International Mussel Watch.
New Bedford Harbor long-term monitoring assessment report : baseline sampling /
Pilot Study on the Design of a Petroleum Hydrocarbon Baseline Investigation for Northern Puget Sound and Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Cellular Proliferative Disorders in Bivalve Molluscs from Oregon Estuaries.
Programmable Turbidistat for Suspended Particles in Laboratory Aquaria.
Relationships between Accumulation of a 60 kDa Stress Protein and Scope-for-Growth in 'Mytilus edulis' Exposed to a Range of Copper Concentrations.
Responses of an Estuarine Population of the Blue Mussel 'Mytilus edulis' to Heated Water from a Steam Generating Plant.
Seasonal Variations of Arsenic and Other Trace Elements in Bay Mussels 'Mytilus edulis' (Journal Version).
Shift in Photosynthetic Picoplankton Composition and Its Effect on Bivalve Mollusc Nutrition: The 1985 'Brown Tide' in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island.
Species profiles : life histories and environmental requirements of coastal fishes and invertebrates (North and Mid-Atlantic) : blue mussel /
TBBPA: Determination of Effects on the Growth of the Common Mussel Mytilus edulis.
Testing and application of biomonitoring methods for assessing environmental effects of noxious algal blooms /
The relationship between ions and ciliary activity in the gill of Mytilus edulis /
Toxicity of selected pesticides to the bay mussel (Mytilus edulis) /
Uptake and Depuration of Organic Contaminants by Blue Mussels (Mytilus edulis) Exposed to Environmentally Contaminated Sediment.
Use of an Inert Radioactive Particle for Measuring Particle Accumulation by Filter-Feeding Bivalve Molluscs.
Use of the Blue Mussel, 'Mytilus edulis', in Water Quality Toxicity Testing and In situ Marine Biological Monitoring.
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