Kady Lyons

Kady Lyons

Jun 18, 2016

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    About This Project

    While mercury is naturally available in the environment, human activities have increased the amount of available mercury, and this has been reflected in the high levels of mercury in shark and ray tissues. However, little is known about how mercury distribution within animals’ tissues changes with age. Using round stingrays, this project will examine how mercury accumulates in different tissues and investigate how their physiology changes with exposure and age.

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    A biology project funded by 9 people