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Amphibian Species in Environmental Risk Assessment Strategies

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Series: Issues in Toxicology Volume: 46
By: Marcelo L Larramendy(Editor), Guillermo Eli Liwszyc(Editor)
270 pages
Amphibian Species in Environmental Risk Assessment Strategies
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  • Amphibian Species in Environmental Risk Assessment Strategies ISBN: 9781837671526 Hardback Dec 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

With the expansion of human settlements and the environmental changes brought about by human activity and pollutants, toxicology and risk assessment of amphibian species has become increasingly of interest to toxicologists involved in environmental research.

This book focuses specifically on environmental risk assessment in premetamorphic stages and adults of amphibians. Amphibian ecotoxicology is not totally understood in scientific research and as such environmental risk assessment in these vertebrates is an area of rapidly growing interest. It has the potential to answer some of the questions regarding risks to our environment.

An ideal companion, this book will be useful to toxicologists and ecologists investigating risk assessment in the environments of amphibians, while also of interest to those working in conservation biology, biological invasion, biocontrol and habitat management.

Contents

- General Aspects - Current and Further Perspectives
- Considerations of Amphibian Models and Testing Paradigms for Ecological Risk Assessment
- Risk Assessment Studies in Amphibians: The Case of Nanoparticles in the Aquatic Medium
- Evaluation of Genotoxicity and Mutagenicity in Amphibian Species That Inhabit Agroecosystem Environments
- Ecotoxicity and Risk Assessment Characterization of Veterinary Pharmaceuticals on Anuran Amphibian Larvae
- Adult African Toads as Bioindicators of Environmental Xenobiotics-induced DNA Damage and Systemic Toxicity Provide Insight into Amphibian Populations Decline
- Development of Massive Molecular Biomarker Analysis ('Biomarkomics') in Non-model Species: The Transcriptome of Rhinella arenarum (Anura, Bufonidae) Larvae Exposed to Organophosphorus Pesticides as a Case Example
- Genotoxic Risk of Solar Ultraviolet Radiation in Amphibians
- Mortality Induced by Mixtures of Pesticides in Tadpoles from the Pampasic Region of Argentina
- The Direct-developing Frog Eleutherodactylus johnstonei: A Promising But Underused Amphibian Model for Ecological Risk Assessment
- Morphological Responses as a New Tool to Evaluate the Effects of Agrochemicals and Other Emerging Contaminants in Neotropical Frogs
- Genotoxic, Biochemical and Physiological Biomarkers Triggered by Agrochemicals in Neotropical Anuran Species
- Amphibian Species as Experimental Models in Environmental Risk Assessment Studies - Epilogue and Final Remarks

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New
Series: Issues in Toxicology Volume: 46
By: Marcelo L Larramendy(Editor), Guillermo Eli Liwszyc(Editor)
270 pages
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