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Paralytic Shellfish Poison in Various Bivalves, Port Moresby, 1973

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Title:Paralytic Shellfish Poison in Various Bivalves, Port Moresby, 1973
Authors:Maclean, J.L.
Date Issued:Oct 1973
Publisher:University of Hawaii Press
Citation:Maclean JL. 1975. Paralytic shellfish poison in various bivalves, Port Moresby, 1973. Pac Sci 29(4): 349-352.
Abstract:Toxicity studies of various bivalves at Port Moresby were carried
out by mouse bioassay. Crassostrea echinata was found to lose paralytic shellfish poison
after 3 weeks in a closed seawater system, although toxin is retained for a much
longer period in vivo. Four bivalve species tested were as toxic at 10 meters depth as
they were at 2 meters. Toxin was not distributed evenly through the tissues of
bivalves investigated.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/1513
ISSN:0030-8870
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 29, Number 4, 1975


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