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Effect of diquat on freshwater microbial communities


, : Effect of diquat on freshwater microbial communities. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 25(1): 95-101

A static microcosm system under laboratory conditions was used to evaluate the effects of diquat (0.3-30 mg/litre) on the structure and function of naturally derived microbial communities on polyurethane foam substrates. Microbial communities were exposed to a single application of diquat and were monitored for 21 d.

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