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Protocol for Juvenile Neanthes Sediment Bioassay

Publication number Date Published
90-09-001June 1990
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Author(s) PTI Environmental Services
Description This protocol is for conducting a bioassay in which the survival and change in biomass of juvenile Neanthes sp. are determined following a 20-day exposure to test sediments. Parameters measured to determine the effects of exposure include mortality, total biomass, and average individual biomass.
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Keywords bioassay, sediment
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