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Neglected impacts of plant protection products on invertebrate aquatic biodiversity: a focus on eco-evolutionary processes

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The application of plant protection products (PPPs) may have delayed and long-term non-intentional impacts on aquatic invertebrates inhabiting agricultural landscapes. Such effects may induce population responses based on developmental and transgenerational plasticity, selection of genetic resistance, as well as increased extirpation risks associated with random genetic drift. While the current knowledge on such effects of PPPs is still scarce in non-target aquatic invertebrate species, evidences are accumulating that support the need for consideration of evolutionary components of the population response to PPPs in standard procedures of risk assessment. This mini-review, as part of a contribution to the collective scientific assessment on PPP impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services performed in the period 2020-2022, presents a brief survey of the current results published on the subject, mainly in freshwater crustaceans, and proposes some research avenues and strategies that we feel relevant to fill this gap.
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hal-04501458 , version 1 (12-03-2024)

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Marie-Agnès Coutellec, Arnaud Chaumot, Elliott Sucré. Neglected impacts of plant protection products on invertebrate aquatic biodiversity: a focus on eco-evolutionary processes. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, In press, ⟨10.1007/s11356-024-32767-3⟩. ⟨hal-04501458⟩
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