Ecotoxicology and Genotoxicology

Non-traditional Terrestrial Models

Contributions by P R Alves, Grazyna Wilczek, Frank Martin, Bjoern Scholz-Starke, Juliana Da Silva, J L Fuentes, Marco Parolini, P Siroski, Mariailaria Verderame, N Wagner, J C Brodeur Edited by Marcelo L Larramendy Series edited by Michael D Waters, Tim Marrs Editor-in-chief Diana Anderson

Ebook (VitalSource) - £238.80

Publication date:

12 June 2017

Length of book:

340 pages

Publisher

Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN-13: 9781788011747

The potential impact of anthropogenic pollutants such as agrochemicals on the environment is of global concern. Increasing use of certain compounds can result in contamination of food, water and atmospheric systems and in order to combat this pollution it is important to be able to accurately monitor the short and long term effects.
This book describes the latest non-traditional terrestrial species models used as indicators of the toxic effects of environmental pollutants. The book enables understanding of the effects of pollutants in non-target species, and therefore enables analysis of the effects on ecosystems.
This book will be of interest to anyone interested in developing new biomarker species with high degrees of ecological relevance. It will serve as a useful resource for regulatory and research toxicologists, particularly those interested in soil screening and the effects of pollutants on wildlife and insects and their use as biological indicators.