Biomarkers are physiological or biochemical changes in an organism caused by chemicals. In this ecotoxicological text, the author critically examines the choice of reliable animal indicators to measure the effects of toxic chemicals in the biosphere. He looks at the range of biomarkers, their usefulness in monitoring pollution, and the prediction of the biotoxic effects of release of toxic chemicals.
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