Mercury in freshwater fish and clams from the Cerro Prieto geothermal field of Baja California, MÃ©xico
- Use of the Freshwater Clam Corbicula manilensis as a Monitor for Organochlorine Pesticides Hartley, D. M.; Johnston, J. B. // Bulletin of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology;Jul1983, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p33
No abstract available.
- New power plant emissions data add new woes. Rifkin, Melissa // Westchester County Business Journal;08/23/99, Vol. 38 Issue 34, p17
Reports on warnings from New York State officials on the mercury contamination of Catskill Mountains water reservoirs. Contamination of fish with mercury; Physiological effects of mercury on animals.
- Distribution and substrate preference of the invasive clam Corbicula fluminea in the river Rhine in the region of Basel (Switzerland, Germany, France). Stephanie Schmidlin; Bruno Baur // Aquatic Sciences;Mar2007, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p153
Abstract.??The Asiatic clamCorbicula flumineainvaded the river Rhine in the Netherlands and Germany in the 1990s. It was first recorded in Switzerland (Basel) in 1995. We examined the distribution of the clam at 76 sites along the bank of the river Rhine, in three first order tributaries (Wiese,...
- Detection of Genotoxicity of Water from an Urbanized Stream, in Corbicula fluminea (Mollusca) (In Vivo) and CHO-K1 Cells (In Vitro) Using Comet Assay. Rigonato, Janaina; Mantovani, Mário; Jordão, Berenice // Archives of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology;Jul2010, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p31
The comet assay was utilized to investigate the quality of water from seven locations along the CambÃ© Stream, in vivo ( Corbicula fluminea hemolymph), in vitro (CHO-K1 cells), in situ, and in laboratory studies. The CambÃ© Stream basin (Londrina, PR, Brazil) is almost completely urbanized...
- Differential Toxicity of Malathion, BHC, and Carbaryl to the Freshwater Fish, Tilapia mossambica (Peters) Ramana Rao, K. V.; Sambasiva Rao, K. R. S.; Prasada Rao, K. S.; Basha, S. M. // Bulletin of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology;Nov1983, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p543
No abstract available.
- Online detection of waterborne bioavailable copper by valve daily rhythms in freshwater clam Corbicula fluminea. Jou, L. J.; Chen, W. Y.; Liao, C. M. // Environmental Monitoring & Assessment;Aug2009, Vol. 155 Issue 1-4, p257
Freshwater clam Corbicula fluminea, a surrogate species in metal toxicity testing, is a promising bioindicator of impairment in aquatic ecosystems. Little is known, however, about the relationship between clam valve daily rhythmic response and metal bioavailability related to a metal biological...
- Interest of a multibiomarker approach in the assessment of freshwater ecosystem quality: laboratory and field studies. Vidal, M.L.; Bassères, A.; Narbonne, J.F. // Water Science & Technology;2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2/3, p305
Validates several biochemical parameters as biomarkers of pollution in the freshwater bivalve Corbicula fluminea. Exposure of the bivalve to trichloroethylene, toluene and cadmium chloride; Exhibition of oxidative stress and components of phase I metabolism; Conduction of discriminant analysis.
- First occurrence of the Asian Clam Corbicula fluminae (Bivalvia: Corbiculidae) in the ParanoÃ¡ Lake, BrasÃlia, Brazil. Rodrigues, J. C. A.; Pires-Junior, O. R.; Coutinho, M. F.; Martins-Silva, M. J. // Brazilian Journal of Biology;Nov2007, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p789
The article focuses on the first appearance of the clam Corbicula fluminae in the ParanoÃ¡ Lake in BrasÃlia, Brazil. Accordingly, C. fluminae, a native specie to the waters of Asia, is now found in South and North America, Africa and Europe. It mentions that the early sexual maturity, high...
- Corbicula fluminea upstream expansion in Crisuri Rivers, Tisa hydrographical basin (Hungarian-Romanian cross-border). CUPSA, Diana // North-Western Journal of Zoology;Dec2014, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p438
Between 2011 and 2012 we have found Corbicula fluminea in six localities from Crisuri catchment area. Although C. fluminea is lacking in Crisul Triplu, which is situated at the extreme downstream of the river basin, the most probable way of colonisation of Crisuri Rivers is by upstream moving...