Browse Dept. of Veterinary Clinical Medicine by Subject "Environmental Sciences"
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Concentrations and Interactions of Selected Elements in Tissues of Four Marine Mammal Species Harvested by Inuit Hunters in Arctic Alaska, With an Intensive Histologic Assessment, Emphasizing the Beluga Whale (2000)Inorganic Hg was localized through autometallography in beluga hepatic and renal light microscopic sections. Metal grains occurred at high densities in kidney cortical tubular epithelium, with lower densities in medullary ...
(1995)This dissertation is divided into two broad areas of study. The first section focuses on the "state-of-the-science" of environmental effects of underwater explosive use. The literature review demonstrated a lack of ...
(1992)The acute toxicity of TNT, 2-amino,-4,6-dinitrotoluene (2A) and 4-amino,-2,6-dinitrotoluene (4A) to Photobacterium phosphoreum (Microtox reagent), Daphnia magna (daphnia), and Dugesia dorotocephala (planaria) was enhanced ...
Validation of the Planarian Bioassay With Defined Mixtures and Testing Against Other Bioassays With Contaminated Samples From Pakistan (1993)The main objectives of this study were to: (a) develop the planarian model to assess toxicologic effects caused by pure chemicals and chemical mixtures; (b) assess chemical contamination in environmental samples from ...