Toxicity analysis use precise marine and terrestrial microbes to measure the biological reaction to particular pollutants or mixtures of pollutants. The toxicity analysis processes the light production of luminous microbes that give off light as a regular moment of breathing. Luminometer read out the bacterial light production. Chemicals which are noxious to the bacteria gives a decrease in light production relative to the strength of the toxin. The Military has used a dissimilar method to evaluate the efficiency of many bio-treatment techniques at places polluted with most explosive mixtures. It used the Ames test, Ceriodaphnia Dubia test to measure remaining human health risk and environmental threat. To measure human health risk, the Ames test assesses in what way abundant treatment decreases the mutagenic properties in Salmonella. To measure environmental threat, the Ceriodaphnia Dubia test assesses how much treatment decreases marine toxicity. A variety of pollutants such as metals and insecticides are potential reasons of toxicity. Water Quality Monitoring Section uses the Microbics M500 Toxicity Analyzer to estimate toxicity of samples.
Related journals of Toxicity Analysis
Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal, Vitamins & Minerals. Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.