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Sperm bioassay for detecting acute toxicity of chemical pollutants






Experientia (Basel) 42(1): 85-86

Sperm bioassay for detecting acute toxicity of chemical pollutants

A starfish sperm bioassay for detecting chemical pollutants is described. KCN and HgCl2 and O2 consumption of spermatozoa by 50% at 0.07 ng/ml and 0.3 ng/ml, respectively.

Accession: 006461662

DOI: 10.1007/bf01975908

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