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Dichlorvos and Paraquat induced avoidance responses in tadpoles (Amietophrynus regularis reuss, 1833) and their contribution to population decline
Hilary C. Umeokeke, Henry N. Amaeze, Friday O. Ehiguese, Olusola O. Ogunfeitimi, Evelyn T. Soriwei, Suuru A. Labinjo
Environ Anal Health Toxicol. 2022;37(2):e2022017  Published online 2022 June 22    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5620/eaht.2022017

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Dichlorvos and Paraquat induced avoidance responses in tadpoles (Amietophrynus regularis reuss, 1833) and their contribution to population decline
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Rhabdias bufonis (Rhabdiasidae) from the lung of the African common toad, Amietophrynus regularis (Bufonidae) in Egypt. New data on the basis of light and scanning electron microscopic study
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