Comparative toxicity in earthworms Eisenia fetida and Lumbricus
terrestris exposed to cadmium nitrate using artificial soil and filter paper protocols.
The proof of concept study involved keeping modern-day Lumbricus
terrestris at different temperatures, then carrying out isotopic testing on the calcite granules excreted.
To determine if the conversion of the mercuric ion in soil to a water insoluble salt would reduce the soil bioavailability of Hg to earthworms, worm boxes with Hg2+ contaminated soils were treated with either sodium hydrogen phosphate or sodium sulfate before the addition of Lumbricus
2004) Cu and Zn accumulation in earthworm Lumbricus
The role of different organic wastes on zinc bioaccumulation by earthworm Lumbricus
In every region of the world, many species of earthworm are cultured namely Eisenia fetida, Lumbricus
terrestris, Perionyx excavatus and Eudrilus eugeniae in all part of the world.
terrestris / Regenwurm/ kommt in feuchten Nachten auf die Oberfache, um Pflanzenteile aufzunehmen (PUT: 148).
Especially fascinating are his discussions of the graphic novel Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, a contemporary retelling of the Russian classic, and the works of Lumbricus
and Elena Uzhinova, two Russian women who use autobiographical comics to navigate and challenge their positions.
The site, which overlooks the Hudson River, boasts significant forested areas and wetlands, where the team is able to investigate different stressors including invasions by a number of European and Asian earthworms, particularly Amynthas and Lumbricus
LTCI, a novel chymotrypsin inhibitor of the potato I family from the earthworm Lumbricus
Our other most popular fishing worm, Lumbricus
rubellus, is the deep-tunneling European night crawler, which emerges at the surface in the safety of darkness to feed on leaves and grass.
They used Lumbricus
terrestris species while Pheretima posthuma species was used in the present studies.