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Then, the mortality of the Artemia salina was evaluated using a probit analysis [16] which was based on the dose-response curves to determine the [LC.
The marine crustacean Artemia is ideally suited as a bioassay organism for detecting toxicity in plant extracts (Lewis, 1995).
In this study, Artemia salina larvae were used to test toxicity and uptake of TiO2 NPs (10-30 nm).
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The following critical periods were noted when first observed: 1) hatching; 2) mouth formation; 3) body pigmentation; 4) eye formation and pigmentation; 5) stomach and digestive tract formation; 6) first feeding; 7) yolk exhaustion; 8) oil globule exhaustion; 9) diet transition from rotifers to Artemia spp.
McLaughlin (1991) has reported that the results obtained with Artemia salina are quantitative and reproducible, and the activities parallel cytotoxicities.
Well as a hard skin called Artemia Urmia (prawns of saline water) lives on Lake Urmia that is fishing and currently being exported to foreign countries.
Proceeding of the international symposium on brine shrimp; Artemia salina; University press, Belgium, pp: 1-3.
All-natural and powerful ingredients include: peptides, sodium hyaluronate, artemia extract, squaline, jojoba oil, green tea, and vitamin c.
Rolled out in March, the formulation also includes artemia and micrococcus lysate extract, which support skin's natural structure, and Yeast Extract Max, a potent yeast ferment that improves collagen synthesis.