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Respiratory stress in yellow perch induced by subtoxic concentrations of diquat



Respiratory stress in yellow perch induced by subtoxic concentrations of diquat



Ohio Journal of Science 76(2): 87-90



Two-year-old yellow perch (Perca flavescens) from Chautauqua Lake in western New York State were examined using short-term static bioassay techniques to determine possible deleterious sub-toxic effects of diquat commonly used in the lake. Under laboratory conditions, a significant level of respiratory stress was suffered by fish at diquat concns. similar to those applied to the lake during weed control measures and at concns. significantly lower than those causing death (1 to 5 ppm).

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