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2020
Integrated environmental evaluation of heavy metals and metalloids bioaccumulation in invertebrates and seaweeds from different marine coastal areas of sardinia, mediterranean sea
Environmental Pollution
2020
Endosymbiotic dinoflagellates pump iron: differences in iron and other trace metal needs among the Symbiodiniaceae
Coral Reefs
2020
Inferring Class of organisms in the Central-East Atlantic from eco-toxicological characterization
Regional Studies in Marine Science
2020
Determination of metals in Anemonia sulcata (Pennant, 1777) as a pollution bioindicator
Environmental Science and Pollution Research
2019
The Potential Use of Invasive Ascidians for Biomonitoring Heavy Metal Pollution
Frontiers in Marine Science
2019
Interaction of short-term copper pollution and ocean acidification in seagrass ecosystems: Toxicity, bioconcentration and dietary transfer
Marine Pollution Bulletin
2019
Copper enrichment reduces thermal tolerance of the highly resistant Red Sea coral Stylophora pistillata
Coral Reefs
2018
Acidified seawater increases accumulation of cobalt but not cesium in manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum
Journal of Environmental Radioactivity
2018
Copper and ocean acidification interact to lower maternal investment, but have little effect on adult physiology of the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata
Aquatic Toxicology
2018
Physiological responses of corals to ocean acidification and copper exposure
Marine Pollution Bulletin
2018
Effects of ocean acidification on 109Cd, 57Co, and 134Cs bioconcentration by the European oyster (Ostrea edulis): Biokinetics and tissue-to-subcellular partitioning
Journal of Environmental Radioactivity
2018
Systemic response of the stony coral Pocillopora damicornis against acute cadmium stress
Aquatic Toxicology
2017
Responses of the sea anemone, Exaiptasia pallida , to ocean acidification conditions and zinc or nickel exposure
Aquatic Toxicology
2016
The stable microbiome of inter and sub-tidal anemone species under increasing pCO2
Scientific Reports
2015
Natural high pCO2 increases autotrophy in Anemonia viridis (Anthozoa) as revealed from stable isotope (C, N) analysis
Scientific Reports