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Immunotoxicological Threats of Pollutants in Aquatic Invertebrates
Emerging Pollutants in the Environment - Current and Further Implications
Immunology deals with the physiological activity of organisms to defend against pathogen and toxin invasion. Invertebrates residing in aquatic ecosystems often face toxicological threat arises from habitat pollution. The aquatic habitat of invertebrates is in the precarious risk of pollution caused by diverse groups of environmental toxins.doi:10.5772/60216 fatcat:v7hamd7bufadzh52qgkzlfrwpi