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We investigated whether the length of time fire chemical weathers on a terrestrial substrate before mixing into aquatic environments alters the chemical’s toxicity when encountered by juvenile rainbow trout. We also looked at whether the type of substrate where the chemical is applied affects its toxicity to juvenile rainbow trout after mixing into water. Two fire chemicals (Phos Chek LC95A-R and Phos Chek MVP-Fx) were applied to four substrate media (low organic content soil, high organic content soil, duff, and gravel) and allowed to age on the substrate for 7, 14, 28 or 56 days. At the end of the assigned weathering period, 96-hour assays were conducted by adding water to the dosed substrate and stocking each...
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These five datasets document 1. physical and chemical soil properties for mesocosm soil that was collected from an experimental vegetated buffer strip plot; 2. Corrected final data for veterinary antibiotic target compound residues in treated soil mesocosms at various incubation times; 3. Corrected final data for all veterinary antibiotic target compound residues in untreated soil mesocosm blank samples at various incubation times; 4. Corrected final data for estrogen target compound residues in treated soil mesocosms at various incubation times; and 5. Corrected final data for all estrogen target compound residues in untreated soil mesocosm blank samples at various incubation times.
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We tested salinity tolerance of grass carp and silver carp eggs and larvae during two phases of development – pre-gas bladder inflation and post gas bladder inflation to the development of the second gas bladder chamber, using 6 different salinity concentrations ranging from 0 to 36 ppt. Growth and developmental rates were also observed after exposure. After the initiation of horizontal swimming, grass carp larvae were tested in a Y-maze to assess any preferences for salinity levels.
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Data describe specificity and sensitivity testing for the L.sil2 assay. This assay is used to amplify eDNA from the freshwater mussel Lampsilis siliquoidea.
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Data describe the results of a controlled laboratory mesocosm experiment evaluating the influence of a nitrifier enriched microbial community on silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) milt eDNA degradation. Parameters described include the concentration results, limit of detection, and limit of quantification of two silver carp specific quantitative PCR assays and water chemistry results of experimental mesocosms.
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These data represent the measurements of length and mouth gape from large juvenile and adult wild-caught and small juvenile hatchery origin black carp, and the results of laboratory size preference trials with bivalve prey, specifically Corbicula clams. Wild-caught black carp ranged from 429-1580 mm total length, a larger range than measured in previous studies. Corbicula feeding trial data consist of the shell dimensions of each clam, survival, and the frequency which clams were engulfed by black carp.


    map background search result map search result map Water chemistry and molecular eDNA data observed in experimental laboratory mesocosms exposed to different nitrogen amendments in the presence or absence of a nitrifier enriched microbial community Water chemistry and biological data of Rainbow Trout following aquatic exposure to weathered wildland fire retardants after application to substrate Residue concentrations of veterinary antibiotics and estrogens in mesocosms containing field soil collected from the University of Missouri Bradford Research and Extension Center (Columbia, MO) on July 28 2019 Development and testing of a qPCR assay for Lampsilis siliquoidea eDNA Black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus) mouth gape and size preference of a bivalve prey Salinity tolerance of grass carp and silver carp during egg and early larval stages Residue concentrations of veterinary antibiotics and estrogens in mesocosms containing field soil collected from the University of Missouri Bradford Research and Extension Center (Columbia, MO) on July 28 2019 Water chemistry and molecular eDNA data observed in experimental laboratory mesocosms exposed to different nitrogen amendments in the presence or absence of a nitrifier enriched microbial community Water chemistry and biological data of Rainbow Trout following aquatic exposure to weathered wildland fire retardants after application to substrate Development and testing of a qPCR assay for Lampsilis siliquoidea eDNA Salinity tolerance of grass carp and silver carp during egg and early larval stages Black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus) mouth gape and size preference of a bivalve prey