Combinations of veterinary antibiotics may harm algae

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Combinations of veterinary antibiotics may harm algae. / Boxall, Alistair Bruce Alleyne; Selby, Katherine Anne.

In: Science for Environment Policy, Vol. 485, 23.03.2017.

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Boxall, ABA & Selby, KA 2017, 'Combinations of veterinary antibiotics may harm algae' Science for Environment Policy, vol. 485.

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Boxall, A. B. A., & Selby, K. A. (2017). Combinations of veterinary antibiotics may harm algae. Science for Environment Policy, 485.

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Boxall ABA, Selby KA. Combinations of veterinary antibiotics may harm algae. Science for Environment Policy. 2017 Mar 23;485.

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Boxall, Alistair Bruce Alleyne ; Selby, Katherine Anne. / Combinations of veterinary antibiotics may harm algae. In: Science for Environment Policy. 2017 ; Vol. 485.

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abstract = "Combinations of antibiotics used in veterinary medicine could harm thegrowth of algal communities when they pass into water bodies fromtreated livestock, according to recent European research. Algae play vital roles inecosystems by cycling nutrients and producing energy from photosynthesis;veterinary use of antibiotics should, therefore, be monitored in the environment,including for any biological impacts on algal species, the study recommends.",
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