- Mixture toxicity of nickel and zinc to Daphnia magna is noninteractive at low effect sizes but becomes synergistic at high effect sizes
- Conserved transcriptional responses to cyanobacterial stressors are mediated by alternate regulation, of paralogous genes in Daphnia
- Global cytosine methylation in Daphnia magna depends on genotype, environment and their interaction
- Genome-wide transcription profiles reveal genotype-dependent responses of biological pathways and gene-families in Daphnia exposed to single and mixed stressors
- Are interactive effects of harmful algal blooms and copper pollution a concern for water quality management?
- A comparison of the sensitivities of Daphnia magna and Daphnia pulex to six different cyanobacteria
- Ecotoxicity of binary mixtures of Microcystis aeruginosa and insecticides to Daphnia pulex
- Transcriptomic profiles and fitness of Daphnia exposed to cyanobacteria and interactions with insecticides
- Combined exposure to cyanobacteria and carbaryl results in antagonistic effects on the reproduction of Daphnia pulex
- Transcription patterns of genes encoding four metallothionein homologs in Daphnia pulex exposed to copper and cadmium are time- and homolog-dependent
- Identification of pathways, gene networks, and paralogous gene families in Daphnia pulex responding to exposure to the toxic cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa
- Functional characterization of four metallothionein genes in Daphnia pulex exposed to environmental stressors
Will genetic adaptation of natural populations to chemical pollution result in lower or higher tolerance to future climate change?
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