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EFFECTS OF ORALLY AND DERMALLY APPLIED METALDEHYDE ON MUCUS CELLS OF SLUGS (DEROCERAS RETICULATUM) DEPENDING ON TEMPERATURE AND DURATION OF EXPOSURE
Journal of molluscan studies
Using light and electron microscopy in combination with histochemical and immunocytochemical techniques, the impact of orally and dermally applied metaldehyde on mucus cells in the digestive tract, the skin, and the salivary gland of the slug Deroceras reticulatum (Mtiller) was investigated. The studies showed that metaldehyde induces severe alterations and damages in mucocytes even under low temperature and humid conditions when sufficiently high doses were applied. After metaldehydedoi:10.1093/mollus/64.4.467 fatcat:xi22kcgbi5arheicpjfzlbl35e