Arbejdsrapport fra Miljøstyrelsen, 66/1994, 1995

Microcosms and Mesocosms in Environmental Risk Assessment


INTRODUCTION; Detection methods : culture-based methods : direct detection methods; Starvation-induced changes affecting detection : starvation response; Factors affecting survival : abiotic factors : biotic factors : survival niches; RESULTS; Growth potential of, and grazing impact on Alcaligenes eutrophus 61,5 JMP134 in seawater; Combined microcosm and mesocosm approach to examine factors affecting survival and mortality of Pseudomonas fluorescens Agl in seawater; Grazing of non-indigenous bacteria by nano-sized protozoa in a natural coastal system; PROPOSED TEST CONCEPT; Direction methods : specificity and reliability of antibody system : properties of the detection methods; Test designs : general properties of mesocosms : mesocosms and risk analysis

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