Edited By: Richard T Di Giulio and David E Hinton
1071 pages, illus, line illus, b/w photos & tabs
Comprehensive monograph concerning the interactions of chemical contaminants with freshwater and marine fishes. It includes discussion of critical general principles, key target systems of fishes, methodologies and applications and case studies that illustrate the toxicological impacts of important classes of chemical contaminants in real world settings.
! provides a useful resource for the regulatory toxicologist! well-presented and concise book worthy of a position on the bookshelf of all fish toxicologists!. --Jonathan Burke, Covance Laboratories Ltd, UK, in the British Toxicology Society Newsletter
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