2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Spain Leader Award
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Mytilus, Ecology, Ecotoxicology and Paracentrotus lividus. His research in Environmental chemistry tackles topics such as Toxicity which are related to areas like Cadmium, Mercury, Toxicology and Zooplankton. In Mytilus, Ricardo Beiras works on issues like Bivalvia, which are connected to Fishery, Oyster, Crassostrea and Water quality.
Ricardo Beiras combines subjects such as Food quality, Environmental resource management, Animal science and Embryogenesis with his study of Ecology. His Ecotoxicology research incorporates elements of Incubation, Artificial seawater, Bioassay and Mussel. His Paracentrotus lividus research integrates issues from Seawater and Trophic level.
Ricardo Beiras mostly deals with Environmental chemistry, Mytilus, Ecology, Bioassay and Mussel. His research integrates issues of Paracentrotus lividus and Toxicity, Acute toxicity in his study of Environmental chemistry. His Mytilus research includes themes of Zoology and Bivalvia.
His studies deal with areas such as Animal science and Embryogenesis as well as Ecology. His study looks at the intersection of Bioassay and topics like Crassostrea with Larva, Metamorphosis and Pollutant. His work deals with themes such as Vitellogenin, Biochemistry, Water column and Gill, which intersect with Mussel.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Microplastics, Mytilus, Mussel and Paracentrotus lividus. The concepts of his Environmental chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Pollutant and Toxicity, Acute toxicity. His Microplastics study deals with the bigger picture of Ecology.
Ricardo Beiras interconnects Assimilation, Sprague dawley rats, Metal and Dosinia exoleta in the investigation of issues within Mytilus. His Mussel research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vitellogenin, Zoology and Gill. His work focuses on many connections between Plankton and other disciplines, such as Larva, that overlap with his field of interest in Bioassay.
Ricardo Beiras focuses on Environmental chemistry, Microplastics, Toxicity, Ingestion and Plankton. Ricardo Beiras has included themes like Mytilus, Paracentrotus lividus and Acute toxicity in his Environmental chemistry study. Mytilus is a subfield of Ecology that Ricardo Beiras studies.
Ricardo Beiras has researched Paracentrotus lividus in several fields, including Seawater, Acartia clausi and Human fertilization. His work carried out in the field of Toxicity brings together such families of science as Hatching, Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid and Leachate. His Ingestion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bioassay, Larva, Pollutant and Benzopyrene.
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The Assessment of Marine Pollution - Bioassays with Bivalve Embryos and Larvae
E. His;R. Beiras;Matthias Seaman.
Advances in Marine Biology (1999)
Uptake Kinetics, Bioconcentration and Debromination of BDE-47 in Juvenile Marine Fish Psetta maxima
Lazhar Mhadhbi;José Fumega;Ricardo Beiras.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (2014)
A simplification the bivalve embryogenesis and larval development bioassay method for water quality assessment
E. His;M.N.L. Seaman;R. Beiras.
Water Research (1997)
Combined toxicity of dissolved mercury with copper, lead and cadmium on embryogenesis and early larval growth of the Paracentrotus lividus sea-urchin.
N. Fernández;R. Beiras.
The physiological energetics of mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis Lmk) from different cultivation rafts in the Ria de Arosa (Galicia, N.W. Spain)
E. Navarro;J.I.P. Iglesias;A. Perez Camacho;U. Labarta.
Assessment of coastal marine pollution in Galicia (NW Iberian Peninsula); metal concentrations in seawater, sediments and mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) versus embryo-larval bioassays using Paracentrotus lividus and Ciona intestinalis.
Ricardo Beiras;J. Bellas;N. Fernández;J. I. Lorenzo.
Marine Environmental Research (2003)
Effect of humic acids on speciation and toxicity of copper to Paracentrotus lividus larvae in seawater
J.I Lorenzo;O Nieto;R Beiras.
Aquatic Toxicology (2002)
Toxicity of organic compounds to marine invertebrate embryos and larvae: a comparison between the sea urchin embryogenesis bioassay and alternative test species.
Juan Bellas;Ricardo Beiras;José Carlos Mariño-Balsa;Nuria Fernández.
Ecotoxicological evaluation of four UV filters using marine organisms from different trophic levels Isochrysis galbana, Mytilus galloprovincialis, Paracentrotus lividus, and Siriella armata.
E. Paredes;S. Perez;R. Rodil;J.B. Quintana.
Growth of mussels (Mytilus edulis galloprovincialis) on cultivation rafts: influence of seed source, cultivation site and phytoplankton availability
A.Pérez Camacho;U. Labarta;R. Beiras.
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