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Efectos toxicos de la exposicion aguda de Prochilodus magdalenae a cloruro de mercurio


, : Efectos toxicos de la exposicion aguda de Prochilodus magdalenae a cloruro de mercurio. Actualidades Biologicas (Medellin) 24(77): 123-128

Young individuals of Prochilodus magdalenae (bocachico) acquired from commercial fish hatcheries were exposed to five acute concentrations of mercury (0.1, 0.13, 0.17, 0.22, 0.29 mg/l) for 96 hour periods in a static system renovated each 48 hours. During the acclimation period, fishes were maintained in tap water that had been previously filtrated with activated carbon. The circulation rate was 50 l/min and oxygen levels always exceeded 80% of saturation.

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