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1-Jun-2011Influence of aggregated particles on biodegradation activities for dimethylarsinic acid (DMA) in Lake KahokugataMaki, T; Hirota, W; Motojima, H; Hasegawa, H; Rahman, MA
1-Sep-2007Arsenic accumulation in duckweed (Spirodela polyrhiza L.): A good option for phytoremediationRahman, MA; Hasegawa, H; Ueda, K; Maki, T; Okumura, C; Rahman, MM
15-Oct-2011High levels of inorganic arsenic in rice in areas where arsenic-contaminated water is used for irrigation and cookingRahman, MA; Hasegawa, H
30-Sep-2013Climate change impacts on coral reefs: Synergies with local effects, possibilities for acclimation, and management implicationsAteweberhan, M; Feary, DA; Keshavmurthy, S; Chen, A; Schleyer, MH; Sheppard, CRC
1-Sep-2019Preliminary study of cellular metal accumulation in two Antarctic marine microalgae – implications for mixture interactivity and dietary riskKoppel, DJ; Adams, MS; King, CK; Jolley, DF
1-Nov-2018Chronic toxicity of an environmentally relevant and equitoxic ratio of five metals to two Antarctic marine microalgae shows complex mixture interactivityKoppel, DJ; Adams, MS; King, CK; Jolley, DF
1-Feb-2019An examination of microcystin-LR accumulation and toxicity using tethered bilayer lipid membranes (tBLMs)Facey, JA; Steele, JR; Violi, JP; Mitrovic, SM; Cranfield, C
1-Jul-2012Bioaccumulation, biotransformation and trophic transfer of arsenic in the aquatic food chainAzizur Rahman, M; Hasegawa, H; Peter Lim, R
1-Jul-2016How benthic diatoms within natural communities respond to eight common herbicides with different modes of actionWood, RJ; Mitrovic, SM; Lim, RP; Kefford, BJ
1-Mar-2018Histopathology, vitellogenin and chemical body burden in mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) sampled from six river sites receiving a gradient of stressorsScott, PD; Coleman, HM; Khan, S; Lim, R; McDonald, JA; Mondon, J; Neale, PA; Prochazka, E; Tremblay, LA; Warne, MSJ; Leusch, FDL
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