the intestinal parasite pomphorhynchus laevis (acanthocephala) from barbel as a bioindicator for metal pollution in the danube river near budapest, hungary.concentrations of as, al, ag, ba, bi, cd, co, cr, cu, fe, ga, mg, mn, ni, pb, sb, sn, sr, tl, v and zn were analyzed by inductively coupled mass spectrometry (icp-ms) in the intestinal helminth pomphorhynchus laevis and its host barbus barbus. the fish were caught in the danube river downstream of the city of budapest (hungary). ten out of twenty one elements analyzed were found at higher concentrations in the acanthocephalan than in different tissues (muscle, intestine, liver and kidney) of bar ...200415016463
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