Ecotoxicology by G. Begum

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Microcosm tests (Figure 1) are generally carried out in the laboratory, where a few species of animals and/or plants are placed in natural soil. Mesocosm tests are large, multispecies systems that offer a high degree of environmental realism, since they are often carried out outdoors under natural light and rainfall conditions (Isomaa & Lilius, 1995). In a mesocosm test it is possible to study effects not only on individual species, but also at the population and community levels within an ecosystem (Crossland, 1994).

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