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    1. Pyle, GG; Swanson, SM; Lehmkuhl, DM
      The influence of water hardness, pH, and suspended solids on nickel toxicity to larval fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas)

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    2. Gundersen, P; Olsvik, PA; Steinnes, E
      Variations in heavy metal concentrations and speciation in two mining-polluted streams in central Norway

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Hattink, J; Wolterbeek, HT; De Goeij, JJM
      Influence of salinity and eutrophication on bioaccumulation of (99)Technetium in duckweed

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    4. Schwartz, ML; Playle, RC
      Adding magnesium to the silver-gill binding model for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    5. Wepener, V; van Vuren, JHJ; du Preez, HH
      Uptake and distribution of a copper, iron and zinc mixture in gill, liver and plasma of a freshwater teleost, Tilapia sparrmanii

      WATER SA
    6. Yokel, RA; Rhineheimer, SS; Brauer, RD; Sharma, P; Elmore, D; McNamara, PJ
      Aluminum bioavailability from drinking water is very low and is not appreciably influenced by stomach contents or water hardness

      TOXICOLOGY
    7. Kim, SD; Gu, MB; Allen, HE; Cha, DK
      Physicochemical factors affecting the sensitivity of Ceriodaphnia dubia tocopper

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    8. Van Ginneken, L; Bervoets, L; Blust, R
      Bioavailability of Cd to the common carp, Cyprinus carpio, in the presenceof humic acid

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    9. Verge, C; Moreno, A; Bravo, J; Berna, JL
      Influence of water hardness on the bioavailability and toxicity of linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS)

      CHEMOSPHERE
    10. Janssen, CR; De Schamphelaere, K; Heijerick, D; Muyssen, B; Lock, K; Bossuyt, B; Vangheluwe, M; Van Sprang, P
      Uncertainties in the environmental risk assessment of metals

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    11. Welsh, PG; Lipton, J; Chapman, GA; Podrabsky, TL
      Relative importance of calcium and magnesium in hardness-based modification of copper toxicity

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    12. Crommentuijn, T; Sijm, D; de Bruijn, J; van den Hoop, M; van Leeuwen, K; van de Plassche, E
      Maximum permissible and negligible concentrations for metals and metalloids in the Netherlands, taking into account background concentrations

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    13. Brown, PL; Markich, SJ
      Evaluation of the free ion activity model of metal-organism interaction: extension of the conceptual model

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    14. Barron, MG; Albeke, S
      Calcium control of zinc uptake in rainbow trout

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    15. Grosell, M; Hogstrand, C; Wood, CM; Hansen, HJM
      A nose-to-nose comparison of the physiological effects of exposure to ionic silver versus silver chloride in the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) andthe rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    16. Assimos, DG; Holmes, RP
      Role of diet in the therapy of urolithiasis

      UROLOGIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    17. Mastin, BJ; Rodgers, JH
      Toxicity and bioavailability of copper herbicides (clearigate, cutrine-plus, and copper sulfate) to freshwater animals

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    18. Chen, YY; Roseman, JM; Devivo, MJ; Huang, CT
      Geographic variation and environmental risk factors for the incidence of initial kidney stones in patients with spinal cord injury

      JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    19. Jackson, BP; Lasier, PJ; Miller, WP; Winger, PW
      Effects of calcium, magnesium, and sodium on alleviating cadmium toxicity to Hyalella azteca

      BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    20. Perez-Ponce, A; Lendl, B
      Mid-IR spectroscopy for the quantification of metal ions in aqueous solution in the nanogram range

      APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY
    21. MacRae, RK; Smith, DE; Swoboda-Colberg, N; Meyer, JS; Bergman, HL
      Copper binding affinity of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) gills: Implications for assessing bioavailablemetal

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    22. Bury, NR; McGeer, JC; Wood, CM
      Effects of altering freshwater chemistry on physiological responses of rainbow trout to silver exposure

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    23. Bury, NR; Galvez, F; Wood, CM
      Effects of chloride, calcium, and dissolved organic carbon on silver toxicity: Comparison between rainbow trout and fathead minnows

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    24. Marr, JCA; Lipton, J; Cacela, D; Hansen, JA; Meyer, JS; Bergman, HL
      Bioavailability and acute toxicity of copper to rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in the presence of organic acids simulating natural dissolved organic carbon

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    25. Richards, JG; Burnison, BK; Playle, RC
      Natural and commercial dissolved organic matter protects against the physiological effects of a combined cadmium and copper exposure on rainbow trout(Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    26. Sanders, MJ; Du Preez, HH; Van Vuren, JHJ
      Monitoring cadmium and zinc contamination in freshwater systems with the use of the freshwater river crab, Potamonautes warreni

      WATER SA
    27. Hollis, L; McGeer, JC; McDonald, DG; Wood, CM
      Cadmium accumulation, gill Cd binding, acclimation, and physiological effects during long term sublethal Cd exposure in rainbow trout

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    28. Barata, C; Baird, DJ; Markich, SJ
      Comparing metal toxicity among Daphnia magna clones: An approach using concentration-time-response surfaces

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    29. Bellizzi, V; De Nicola, L; Minutolo, R; Russo, D; Cianciaruso, B; Andreucci, M; Conte, G; Andreucci, VE
      Effects of water hardness on urinary risk factors for kidney stones in patients with idiopathic nephrolithiasis

      NEPHRON
    30. Richards, JF; Playle, RC
      Protective effects of calcium against the physiological effects of exposure to a combination of cadmium and copper in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    31. TAIWO KA
      THE POTENTIAL OF COWPEA AS HUMAN FOOD IN NIGERIA

      Food reviews international
    32. RICHARDS JG; PLAYLE RC
      COBALT BINDING TO GILLS OF RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS) - AN EQUILIBRIUM-MODEL

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    33. LEE CM; ALLEN HE
      THE ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF COPPER DIFFERS FROM THAT OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC-CHEMICALS

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    34. DRAVES JF; FOX MG
      EFFECTS OF A MINE TAILINGS SPILL ON FEEDING AND METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN YELLOW PERCH (PERCA-FLAVESCENS)

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    35. ERICKSON RJ; BROOKE LT; KAHL MD; VENTER FV; HARTING SL; MARKEE TP; SPEHAR RL
      EFFECTS OF LABORATORY TEST CONDITIONS ON THE TOXICITY OF SILVER TO AQUATIC ORGANISMS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    36. WEBB NA; WOOD CM
      PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE STRESS-RESPONSE ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE SILVER-NITRATE EXPOSURE IN FRESH-WATER RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    37. PENTTINEN S; KOSTAMO A; KUKKONEN JVK
      COMBINED EFFECTS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATERIAL AND WATER HARDNESS ON TOXICITY OF CADMIUM TO DAPHNIA-MAGNA

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    38. TAIWO KA
      THE POTENTIAL OF COWPEA AS HUMAN FOOD IN NIGERIA

      Technovation
    39. BARATA C; BAIRD DJ; MARKICH SJ
      INFLUENCE OF GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS ON THE TOLERANCE OF DAPHNIA-MAGNA STRAUS TO ESSENTIAL AND NONESSENTIAL METALS

      Aquatic toxicology
    40. Marr, JCA; Hansen, JA; Meyer, JS; Cacela, D; Podrabsky, T; Lipton, J; Bergman, HL
      Toxicity of cobalt and copper to rainbow trout: application of a mechanistic model for predicting survival

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    41. PLAYLE RC
      MODELING METAL INTERACTIONS AT FISH GILLS

      Science of the total environment
    42. HESSE A; SIENER R
      CURRENT ASPECTS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND NUTRITION IN URINARY STONE DISEASE

      World journal of urology
    43. GROSELL MH; HOGSTRAND C; WOOD CM
      CU UPTAKE AND TURNOVER IN BOTH CU-ACCLIMATED AND NON-ACCLIMATED RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Aquatic toxicology
    44. MORGAN IJ; HENRY RP; WOOD CM
      THE MECHANISM OF ACUTE SILVER-NITRATE TOXICITY IN FRESH-WATER RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS) IS INHIBITION OF GILL NA- TRANSPORT( AND CL)

      Aquatic toxicology
    45. BALINT T; FERENCZY J; KATAI F; KISS I; KRACZER L; KUFCSAK O; LANG G; POLYHOS C; SZABO I; SZEGLETES T; NEMCSOK J
      SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MASSIVE EEL (ANGUILLA-ANGUILLA L) DEVASTATIONS THAT OCCURRED IN LAKE-BALATON IN 1991 AND 1995

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    46. HOLLIS L; MUENCH L; PLAYLE RC
      INFLUENCE OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER ON COPPER-BINDING, AND CALCIUM ON CADMIUM-BINDING, BY GILLS OF RAINBOW-TROUT

      Journal of Fish Biology
    47. GREENHILLHOOPER MJ
      THE ROLE OF BORATES AS BUILDERS IN LAUNDRY DETERGENCY

      Tenside, surfactants, detergents
    48. BUCHWALTER DB; LINDER G; CURTIS LR
      MODULATION OF CUPRIC ION ACTIVITY BY PH AND FULVIC-ACID AS DETERMINANTS OF TOXICITY IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS AND LARVAE

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    49. HANSTEN C; HEINO M; PYNNONEN K
      VIABILITY OF GLOCHIDIA OF ANODONTA-ANATINA (UNIONIDAE) EXPOSED TO SELECTED METALS AND CHELATING-AGENTS

      Aquatic toxicology
    50. PARENT L; TWISS MR; CAMPBELL PGC
      INFLUENCES OF NATURAL DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER ON THE INTERACTION OF ALUMINUM WITH THE MICROALGA CHLORELLA - A TEST OF THE FREE-ION MODEL OF TRACE-METAL TOXICITY

      Environmental science & technology
    51. KHALIFA ME
      SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM WITH ALIZARIN-RED-S AND ITS APPLICATION FOR EVALUATION OF TOTAL HARDNESS OF WATER

      Chemia Analityczna
    52. SOUCIE JM; COATES RJ; MCCLELLAN W; AUSTIN H; THUN M
      RELATION BETWEEN GEOGRAPHIC VARIABILITY IN KIDNEY-STONES PREVALENCE AND RISK-FACTORS FOR STONES

      American journal of epidemiology
    53. CURHAN GC; WILLETT WC; RIMM EB; SPIEGELMAN D; STAMPFER MJ
      PROSPECTIVE-STUDY OF BEVERAGE USE AND THE RISK OF KIDNEY-STONES

      American journal of epidemiology
    54. NAKAGAWA H; SATO T; KUBO H
      EVALUATION OF CHRONIC TOXICITY OF WATER LEAD FOR CARP CYPRINUS-CARPIOUSING ITS BLOOD 5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID DEHYDRATASE

      Fisheries science
    55. MARR JCA; BERGMAN HL; PARKER M; LIPTON J; CACELA D; ERICKSON W; PHILLIPS GR
      RELATIVE SENSITIVITY OF BROWN AND RAINBOW-TROUT TO PULSED EXPOSURES OF AN ACUTELY LETHAL MIXTURE OF METALS TYPICAL OF THE CLARK-FORK RIVER,MONTANA

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    56. HWANG PP; LIN SW; LIN HC
      DIFFERENT SENSITIVITIES TO CADMIUM IN TILAPIA LARVAE (OREOCHROMIS-MOSSAMBICUS TELEOSTEI)

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    57. TOMASIK P; MAGADZA CHD; MHIZHA S; CHIRUME A
      THE METAL-METAL INTERACTIONS IN BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS .3. DAPHNIA-MAGNA

      Water, air and soil pollution
    58. PYNNONEN K
      EFFECT OF PH, HARDNESS AND MATERNAL PREEXPOSURE ON THE TOXICITY OF CD, CU AND ZN TO THE GLOCHIDIAL LARVAE OF A FRESH-WATER CLAM ANODONTA-CYGNEA

      Water research
    59. HONG JJ; YANG SM; CHOI YK; LEE CH
      PRECIPITATION OF TRICARBOXYLIC-ACID BIOSURFACTANT DERIVED FROM SPICULISPORIC ACID WITH METAL-IONS IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTION

      Journal of colloid and interface science
    60. SHIAU BJ; SABATINI DA; HARWELL JH
      PROPERTIES OF FOOD GRADE (EDIBLE) SURFACTANTS AFFECTING SUBSURFACE REMEDIATION OF CHLORINATED SOLVENTS

      Environmental science & technology
    61. DASILVA SL; HENNEQUIN C; DROZ D; BADER C; DAUDON M; DRUEKE T; LACOUR B
      INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS CALCIUM INTAKES ON CALCIUM-OXALATE CRYSTALLURIA IN RATS ON SODIUM OXALATE DIET

      Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation
    62. PILGAARD L; MALTE H; JENSEN FB
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-EFFECTS AND TISSUE ACCUMULATION OF COPPER IN FRESH-WATER RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS) UNDER NORMOXIC AND HYPOXIC CONDITIONS

      Aquatic toxicology
    63. HORNE MT; DUNSON WA
      EXCLUSION OF THE JEFFERSON SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA JEFFERSONIANUM, FROMSOME POTENTIAL BREEDING PONDS IN PENNSYLVANIA - EFFECTS OF PH, TEMPERATURE, AND METALS ON EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    64. BENSRYD I; RYLANDER L; HOGSTEDT B; APREA P; BRATT I; FAHRAEUS C; HOLMEN A; KARLSSON A; NILSSON A; SVENSSON BL; SCHUTZ A; THOMASSEN Y; SKERFVING S
      EFFECT OF ACID PRECIPITATION ON RETENTION AND EXCRETION OF ELEMENTS IN MAN

      Science of the total environment
    65. SHIAU BJ; HARWELL JH; SCAMEHORN JF
      PRECIPITATION OF MIXTURES OF ANIONIC AND CATIONIC SURFACTANTS .3. EFFECT OF ADDED NONIONIC SURFACTANT

      Journal of colloid and interface science
    66. DEALMEIDA JLG; DEFAUX M; TAARIT YB; NACCACHE C
      LINEAR ALKYLBENZENE

      Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society
    67. DAS S; NAYYAR N; BHIRUD RG; NARAYAN KS; KUMAR VV
      PRECIPITATION OF ANIONIC SURFACTANTS IN THE PRESENCE OF SODIUM OLEATEAND CALCIUM-IONS

      Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society
    68. MEADOR JP; TAUB FB; SIBLEY TH
      COPPER DYNAMICS AND THE MECHANISM OF ECOSYSTEM-LEVEL RECOVERY IN A STANDARDIZED AQUATIC MICROCOSM

      Ecological applications
    69. WILKINSON KJ; CAMPBELL PGC
      ALUMINUM BIOCONCENTRATION AT THE GILL SURFACE OF JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON IN ACIDIC MEDIA

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    70. PLAYLE RC; DIXON DG; BURNISON K
      COPPER AND CADMIUM-BINDING TO FISH GILLS - MODIFICATION BY DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON AND SYNTHETIC LIGANDS

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    71. PLAYLE RC; DIXON DG; BURNISON K
      COPPER AND CADMIUM-BINDING TO FISH GILLS - ESTIMATES OF METAL GILL STABILITY-CONSTANTS AND MODELING OF METAL ACCUMULATION

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    72. LIN HC; DUNSON WA
      THE EFFECT OF SALINITY ON THE ACUTE TOXICITY OF CADMIUM TO THE TROPICAL, ESTUARINE, HERMAPHRODITIC FISH, RIVULUS-MARMORATUS - A COMPARISON OF CD, CU, AND ZN TOLERANCE WITH FUNDULUS-HETEROCLITUS

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    73. CENTENO MDF; BRENDONCK L; PERSOONE G
      ACUTE TOXICITY TESTS WITH STREPTOCEPHALUS-PROBOSCIDEUS (CRUSTACEA, BRANCHIOPODA, ANOSTRACA) - INFLUENCE OF SELECTED ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS

      Chemosphere
    74. WHISENANT SG; BOVEY RW
      WATER-QUALITY EFFECTS ON STABILITY AND PHYTOTOXICITY OF PICLORAM AND CLOPYRALID

      Journal of range management


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