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effects of metal-contaminated soils on the growth, sexual development, and early cocoon production of the earthworm eisenia fetida, with particular reference to zinc.juvenile eisenia fetida (savigny) were exposed for 20 weeks to an uncontaminated soil and to soils contaminated with cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc collected from seven sites at different distances from a smelting works at avonmouth, southwest england. the survival, growth (= weight after 5 weeks exposure), time to sexual maturation (= percentages of adults present after 8 weeks), and reproduction (= number of cocoons produced by the worms) were compared with soil metal concentrations. of the p ...19968930509
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