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Inter- and intra-species variation in acute zinc tolerance of field-collected cladoceran populations

(2005) CHEMOSPHERE. 61(8). p.1159-1167
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SHORT-TERM, zinc, COPPER, CADMIUM, ACCLIMATION, ALLOZYME GENOTYPES, RISK-ASSESSMENT, TOXIC STRESS, NATURAL-POPULATIONS, RELATIVE SENSITIVITY, DAPHNIA-MAGNA-STRAUS, sensitivity, cladocerans, natural populations

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Muyssen, Brita, Bart Bossuyt, and Colin Janssen. 2005. “Inter- and Intra-species Variation in Acute Zinc Tolerance of Field-collected Cladoceran Populations.” Chemosphere 61 (8): 1159–1167.
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Muyssen, B., Bossuyt, B., & Janssen, C. (2005). Inter- and intra-species variation in acute zinc tolerance of field-collected cladoceran populations. CHEMOSPHERE, 61(8), 1159–1167.
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Muyssen B, Bossuyt B, Janssen C. Inter- and intra-species variation in acute zinc tolerance of field-collected cladoceran populations. CHEMOSPHERE. 2005;61(8):1159–67.
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Muyssen, Brita, Bart Bossuyt, and Colin Janssen. “Inter- and Intra-species Variation in Acute Zinc Tolerance of Field-collected Cladoceran Populations.” CHEMOSPHERE 61.8 (2005): 1159–1167. Print.
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  author       = {Muyssen, Brita and Bossuyt, Bart and Janssen, Colin},
  issn         = {0045-6535},
  journal      = {CHEMOSPHERE},
  keyword      = {SHORT-TERM,zinc,COPPER,CADMIUM,ACCLIMATION,ALLOZYME GENOTYPES,RISK-ASSESSMENT,TOXIC STRESS,NATURAL-POPULATIONS,RELATIVE SENSITIVITY,DAPHNIA-MAGNA-STRAUS,sensitivity,cladocerans,natural populations},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1159--1167},
  title        = {Inter- and intra-species variation in acute zinc tolerance of field-collected cladoceran populations},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2005.02.076},
  volume       = {61},
  year         = {2005},
}

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