Contrasting effects of predation risk and copper on copepod respiration rates

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TitleContrasting effects of predation risk and copper on copepod respiration rates
AuthorsLode T, Heuschele J, Andersen T, Titelman J, Hylland K, Borgå K
TypeJournal Article
Journal NameEnvironmental toxicology and chemistry
VolumeN/A
IssueN/A
Year2020
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CitationLode T, Heuschele J, Andersen T, Titelman J, Hylland K, Borgå K. Contrasting effects of predation risk and copper on copepod respiration rates. Environmental toxicology and chemistry. 2020 Jun 17.

Abstract

Natural biotic and anthropogenic stressors can interact to alter contaminant toxicity. Energetic restrictions are potential mechanisms causing this pattern. To identify processes underlying observed effects of predation risk and copper (Cu) on delayed copepod age at maturity, we examined how these two stressors affect respiration rates. We tested two very different copepod species: the large, pelagic calanoid Calanus finmarchicus, and the small, semi-benthic harpacticoid Tigriopus brevicornis. Adult individuals were exposed for 12 h to the treatments: predation risk, Cu (23 µg L

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Journal CountryUnited States
Publication TypeJournal Article
Language Abbreng
LanguageEnglish
CopyrightThis article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Elocation10.1002/etc.4804
DOI10.1002/etc.4804
Journal AbbreviationEnviron. Toxicol. Chem.
Publication Date2020 Jun 17
eISSN1552-8618
ISSN1552-8618
Publication ModelPrint-Electronic
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