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Size of organism is not a deciding factor for bioaccumulation.

(a) True

(b) False

I had been asked this question in a job interview.

My enquiry is from Ecophysiology of Bioaccumulation topic in section Bioaccumulation of Toxicants of Environmental Biotechnology

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Correct choice is (b) False

To explain: Size of organism is the major deciding factor for bioaccumulation as the organisms with larger body has slow bioaccumulation rates as compared to small organisms.

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