Ecotoxicology

The term ecotoxicology can be defined as an interdisciplinary field which draws knowledge and techniques in the fields of ecology and toxicology. Ecotoxicology is established to study the effects of toxic chemical or biological agents on biological organisms at the population, community or ecosystem level. The rapid development of modern technologies such as transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics (Omics) are changing the way ecotoxicology is practiced. The data deluge has begun with genomes of over 65 different aquatic species that are currently being sequenced, and many times that number with at least some level of transcriptome sequencing.

  • Ecotoxicology testing
  • Ecosystems ecology
  • Effects of natural and synthetic pollutants
  • Effects of ecotoxicity on communities
  • Ecology and environment
  • Pollutant exposure effected population changes
  • Ecosystem science and toxicology
  • Ecological compensation
  • Environmental toxicants
  • Marine ecotoxicology

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