Subject: Can daphnia magna die in a concentration of metal nanoparticles?
Date: Sat Dec 29 14:42:43 2012
Posted by Theresa
Grade level: 10-12
School: Oxon Hill High School
City: Oxon Hill State/Province: Maryland
Country: United States
Area of science: Zoology
I am conducting an experiment on the ecological effect of gold nanoparticles
using the mortality rate of daphnia magna as a toxicological endpoint. I will
be using different concentrations of gold nanoparticles by using the process
of serial dilution. I want to make sure even if with the smallest amount of
concentration of metal nanoparticles, not all of them will die very quickly.
Re: Can daphnia magna die in a concentration of metal nanoparticles?
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