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24 POLLUTION A N D P H Y S I O L O G Y OF M A R I N E O R G A N I S M S having a serious neurophysiological effect when p r e s ent in the methyl mercury form, attacking the central nervous system. However, the mode of action of mercury even in humans is not clearly understood. There are situations of natives consuming large quantities of fish from mercury-contaminated waters of Clay Lake in Northern Ontario, where neurophysiological disorders might be expected, but none has been found so far. The form in which zinc is present in the body may be extremely important in its effects on organisms when compared to that of mercury.
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