Definición de bioaccumulate en inglés:

bioaccumulate

Saltos de línea: bio|accumu¦late

verbo

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(Of a substance) become concentrated inside the bodies of living things: mercury has bioaccumulated in the fish
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Although persistence may or may not pose a problem, if a substance also bioaccumulates then there is special reason to be concerned about possible risks.
  • Chemicals bioaccumulate as plants are consumed by animals, which are consumed by humans.
  • Some of the more potent of these chemicals also bioaccumulate up the food chain and end up in toxic amounts in marine mammals.

Derivativos

bioaccumulation

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Use peaked in the United States in 1959 and then gradually declined as concerns were raised about bioaccumulation via the food chain and adverse impacts on fauna - notably fertility and egg shell thinning in birds.
  • However, DDT released before that time is still present in the environment and in various organisms in the process of bioaccumulation.
  • Biological processes are primarily biotransformation, biodegradation, and bioaccumulation.

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