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V. (2002) Quality of water types in Ukraine evaluated by WaterTox bioassays, Environmental Toxicology 17 (3), 250-257. A. and Viraraghavan, T. (1998) Toxicity testing of refinery wastewater using Microtox, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 60 (3), 456-463. , Suzuki, N. and Nakanishi, J. (1996) Aquatic toxicity emission from Tokyo: wastewater measured using marine luminescent bacterium, Photobacterium phosphoreum, Water Science and Technology 33 (6), 121-128. N. H. (2001) Fitness parameters and DNA effects are sensitive indicators of copper-induced toxicity in Daphnia magna, Toxicological Sciences 59 (2), 241-250.

1998) should be fairly obvious. Table 6. Studies involving toxicity assessment of metals, ions and oxidizing agents. 5. TT: a simple microcosm experiment associating two biotic levels conducted in a Petri dish allows measurement of reproduction effects on daphnids following Cd contamination of either their food source (algae) or of their water medium. TT: luminescent bacteria are exposed to assess the influence of pH speciation of chromium on toxicity response. , 1997) CONTEMPORARY TOXICITY TESTING 13 Table 6 (continued).

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