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Wang, Wenxiong. New York : Elsevier, , p.
Bioaccumulation is defined as the increase of contaminant concentrations in aquatic organisms following uptake from the ambient environmental medium. Different sources of exposure contribute to contaminant bioaccumulation.
Toxicokinetic parameters are critical in the bioaccumulation processes, including the dissolved uptake rate constant, dietary assimilation efficiency, and efflux. Save to Library. Create Alert.
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