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“Food is considered to be the primary source of PAHs (Law and Whinnett, 1992), PAH levels probably being diet-dependent. The observed PAHs are presumably the ones which have escaped metabolization (Hellou et al., 1990).”
? Poor metabolizers. Only burn fat if pregnant, lactating, sick or migrating
Suggest PAH may be significant stressor but give no reasons
Some diatoms and dinoflagellates are variously neurotoxic toxic to humans and fish via diet or inhalation.
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