Use of Aquatic Invertebrates as Tools for Monitoring of Environmental Hazards: Symposium 2./3. November 1993

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Werner E. G. Müller
Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1994 - Aquatic invertebrates - 288 pages
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"The symposium "Marine Organisms as Tools for the Assessment of Pollution and as Source for Bioactive Compounds" (Mainz, November 2./3., 1993) presented a synopsis of new approaches to monitor environmental hazards using a variety of animals as indicator systems" -- Cover.

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Contents

Grußwort
7
Preface
13
Alkaline elution of mussel DNA as a tool
35
Introduced techniques to evaluate genotoxicity
49
A novel method for the detection of DNA fragmen
63
Synthesis and degradation of inorganic polyphos
71
Interaction of the nuclear lectins CBP35 and CBP67
85
Reduction of 25oligoadenylate synthetase
97
Measurement of water pollutants with multixeno
129
Inhibition of multixenobiotic defense mechanism
139
Increased genotoxicity of aminoanthracene
149
Identification of cytotoxic and genotoxic poten
179
Tyrosine kinase from the marine sponge Geodia
201
Cloning of the stress gene polyubiquitin from
225
Secondary metabolites from sponges
243
Immunocompetence of marine invertebrates as a tool
265

Impact of pollution on DNA fragmentation
109
Stress response in plants
119
Ingestion and digestion in freshwater sponges
283
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