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The Use of Chemical Analogues Such as Eu/Am in Ecotoxicological Studies
J. Bierkens and K. Simkiss
Vol. 4, No. 3, New Horizons in Ecotoxicology (1990), pp. 445-447
Published by: British Ecological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2389607
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1 Chemical analogues may be useful in exotoxicological studies by providing the possibility of measuring the dispersal and accumulation of xenobiotics in ecosystems without the attendant problems of toxicity. 2 Studies on 152Eu show that it is a good analogue for the radiotoxic 241Am in both marine crabs and freshwater crayfish. 3 The accumulation of both the lanthanide and the actinide show that their environmental distribution is dictated by surface adsorption onto exoskeletons and cellular deposits.
Functional Ecology © 1990 British Ecological Society