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Toxicity of fenvalerate and its constituent isomers to the fathead minnow,Pimephales promelas, and bluegill,Lepomis macrochirus

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Bradbury, S.P., Symonik, D.M., Coats, J.R. et al. Toxicity of fenvalerate and its constituent isomers to the fathead minnow,Pimephales promelas, and bluegill,Lepomis macrochirus . Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 38, 727–735 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01616693

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Keywords

  • Toxicity
  • Waste Water
  • Water Management
  • Water Pollution
  • Fathead Minnow