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Dataset consists of 4-day, 14-day, and full life responses of laboratory cultured mayflies (Neocloeon triangulifer) to nickel and zinc exposure. Responses were measured as mortality, body weight, development time, and reproduction. Water quality and analytical chemistry results associated with toxicity data are included. Additional data included are results of experiments assessing proportion of dissolved metal to nominal metal as influenced by the ratio of diatom diet dry mass present per volume of water.
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Dataset consists of 4, 7, 10, and 14-day responses of laboratory cultured mayflies (Neocloeon triangulifer) to sodium chloride exposure under different test condition scenarios. Responses were measured as mortality and growth (length). Water quality and analytical chemistry results associated with toxicity data are included. Experiments included 1) testing the influence of organism age on mortality and growth in 7-day tests, 2) testing the influence of test duration on mortality and growth, 3) testing the influence of temperature on mortality and growth, 4) testing the influence of nutrient amendments to mayfly test dilution water on mortality and growth


map background search result map search result map Chemical and biological data from acute and chronic nickel and zinc exposure bioassays to two sensitive freshwater benthic invertebrates Survival, reproduction, and weight of Neocloeon triangulifer after short and long-term exposures to nickel and zinc Survival and growth of Neocloeon triangulifer under different test conditions in effluent style evaluations Chemical and biological data from acute and chronic nickel and zinc exposure bioassays to two sensitive freshwater benthic invertebrates Survival, reproduction, and weight of Neocloeon triangulifer after short and long-term exposures to nickel and zinc Survival and growth of Neocloeon triangulifer under different test conditions in effluent style evaluations