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BIOLOGICAL MONITORING OF THE ENVIRONMENT: 
A MANUAL OF METHODS       1994
Edited by
J. Salanki
D. Jeffrey
G.M. Hughes

Microbiology

1.  Microorganisms as simple ecotoxicological bioindicators

2.  Bacteriological survey of domestic sewage

Cell Biology

3.  Cell biology techniques for the detection of toxic and mutagenic
    substance

Botany

4.  Leaf yeast survey for air pollution monitorying

5.  Principles and methods of soil algae use for bioindication of
    soil pollution

Zoology

6.  Use of imposex in marine gastropods as an indicator of tributyltin
    (TBT) contamination

7.  Soil animals as biomonitors of the quality of woodland environment

8.  Zoocenotic characteristics in monitoring the effect of pollution
    in terrestrial ecosystems

9.  Laboratory culture of Gammarus pulex as a test organism for the 
    assessment of pollutant toxicity

10. In situ assessment of effluent toxicity using fish and 
    invertebrates

11. Approaches to the methodology of using ecosystem components as 
    bioindicators of radioactive pollution

12. The utilization of epigeic invertebrate communities as bioindicators
    of terrestrial environmental quality

13. An approach to biomonitoring the industrial pollution of the landscape
    using the common vole (Microtus arvalis) 

Comparative biochemistry and physiology  

14. Effect of detergents on adrenergic control of blood flow through
    isolated perfused fish gills

15. Quantitative assessment of gill damage using relative morphometric
    diffusing capacity

16. Recording of heart and ventilatory rhythms in fishes

17. Alterations in growth, reproduction, and energy metabolism of
    estuarine crustaceans as indicators of pollutant stress

18. A fish model as an indicator for teratogenic substances

19. Enzymatic determinations as tools for the detection of water
    pollution in fishes

20. Peroxidase activity in macrophytes as a marker of aquatic 
    pollution

21. Mussel behaviour in the indication of water pollution

22. Methods for investigating membrane effects of pollutants
    in excitable cells

23. Cytochrome P450 induction: Ethoxyresorufin O-Deethylase activity
    (EROD) in monitoring environmental quality

Hydrobiology

24. A simple biological index procedure for describing and comparing
    estuarine quality

25. A rapid behavioural bioassays based upon the disruption of 
    precopula in Gammarus pulex (L.) 

26. A chronic toxicity test using growth of the insect Chironomus
    riparius (Meigen) 

27. Monitoring of heavy metal pollution with freshwater invertebrates

28. Use of chironomids as an indicator of the environmental state

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