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Another Example of Effects of Pharmaceuticals on Aquatic Invertebrates: Fluoxetine and Ciprofloxacin

  • G. Nentwig

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Nentwig
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  1. 1.Evolution and Diversity Department Aquatic EcotoxicologyInsitute for Ecology60054 FrankfurtGermany

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