- The effect of pH on chronic aquatic nickel toxicity is dependent on the pH itself: extending the chronic nickel bioavailability models
- Mixture toxicity of nickel and zinc to Daphnia magna is noninteractive at low effect sizes but becomes synergistic at high effect sizes
- Development and validation of a biotic ligand model for predicting chronic toxicity of lead to Ceriodaphnia dubia
- Toxicity of lead (Pb) to freshwater green algae: development and validation of a bioavailability model and inter-species sensitivity comparison
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- Cross-phylum extrapolation of the Daphnia magna chronic biotic ligand model for zinc to the snail Lymnaea stagnalis and the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus
- Effects of Mg2+ and H+ to the toxicity of Ni2+ to the unicellular green alga Pseudokircheriella subcapitata: model development and validation with surface waters
- A single bioavailability model can accurately predict Ni toxicity to green microalgae in soft and hard surface waters.
- Reduction of growth and haemolymph Ca levels in the freshwater snail Lymnaea stagnalis chronically exposed to cobalt