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The effect of humic acid on copper and nickel toxicity to Daphnia magna (Cladocera

Carlo P. Fusco

The effect of humic acid on copper and nickel toxicity to Daphnia magna (Cladocera

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by Carlo P. Fusco

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Published by Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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Statementby Carlo P. Fusco
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 82 l. :
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20595688M
ISBN 100315984082
OCLC/WorldCa35970443

@article{osti_, title = {Combined effects of dissolved organic material and water hardness on toxicity of cadmium to Daphnia magna}, author = {Penttinen, S and Kostamo, A and Kukkonen, J V.K.}, abstractNote = {The interaction between dissolved organic material (DOM) and water hardness and their effects on the acute toxicity of cadmium (Cd) to Daphnia magna . Fulton, B. A., & Meyer, J. S. (). Development of a regression model to predict copper toxicity to Daphnia magna and site-specific copper criteria across multiple surface-water drainages in an arid landscape. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 33(8), – CAS Google Scholar.

Effects of dissolved organic carbon concentration and source, pH, and water hardness on chronic toxicity of copper to Daphnia magna. Environ Toxicol Chem. ; – doi: / [ PubMed ] [ CrossRef ] [ Google Scholar ]. ScienceAsia 27 () had no effects on chronic toxicity of cadmium to Daphnia magna in either moderately-hard and hard water, while mg/L of humic acid resulted in an increase in the cadmium chronic toxicity.

Effect of humic acid on the toxicity of bare and capped ZnO nanoparticles on bacteria, algal and crustacean systems. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology , , DOI: /biol Shanaz Jahan, Ismail Bin Yusoff, Yatimah Binti Alias, Ahmad Farid Bin Abu Bakar. In daphnids reduced copper uptake is reported for waters of high hardness and high humic acid concentration (Winner ). K.E. Biesinger and G.E. Glass. Effects of inorganic complexing on the toxicity of copper to Daphnia magna. Water Res. R.J. Baker and J.K. McCrady. Effects of copper, nickel and zinc on the.


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The effect of humic acid on copper and nickel toxicity to Daphnia magna (Cladocera by Carlo P. Fusco Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the present study, the kinetics of the interaction of Cu(II) with humic acid (HA) and its influence on the toxicity of copper to Ceriodaphnia dubia were investigated by both chemical kinetic studies using a copper ion selective electrode and bioassay tests using a continuous flow‐through bioassay by:   For the first time, the joint effects of two complex matrices on the bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) to Daphnia magna (D.

magna) were studied by modeling calculation. The complex matrices, nano-sized polystyrene (PS) and/or humic acid (HA), were under environmentally realistic : Wei Lin, Ruifen Jiang, Xiaoying Xiao, Jiayi Wu, Songbo Wei, Yan Liu, Derek C.G.

Muir, Gangfeng Ouyan. The effect of HA (0, 5, 10, 25 mg L −1) on the acute toxicity of GO to S. obliquus and is shown in Fig.

Fig. 1A and B show that both the cell growth inhibition rate and Chl-a synthesis inhibition rate of us increased with the concentration of GO, and the inhibition rate decreased significantly in a concentration-dependent manner when HA was Cited by: 7.

Impact of water chemistry on the particle-specific toxicity of copper nanoparticles to Daphnia magna. Science of The Total Environment, DOI: /env Min Li, Fei Dang, Qing-Long Fu, Dong-Mei Zhou, Bin by: Side Effects & Safety There isn’t enough information available to know if humic acid is safe.

Laboratory research and population research has associated humic acid with joint disease. Few studies have considered the effect of temperature on the chronic sensitivity of Daphnia magna to other stressors. The present study investigated the effect of temperature on chronic metal toxicity and whether this effect differed among 4 different D.

magna clones. Life table experiments were performed with copper, zinc, and nickel at 15 °C, 20 °C, and 25 °C. This study evaluated the effects of water hardness and humic acid (HA) on the acute and chronic toxicity of copper to Daphnia pulex and on its accumulation by D.

magna. Hardness had little effect on either the acute (3-day) or the chronic (day) toxicity of copper. Humic acid significantly reduced both the acute and chronic toxicity of copper. The effects of water hardness and humic acid (HA) on the acute and chronic toxicity of zinc to Daphnia magna were evaluated.

Increases in either water hardness or HA concentration resulted in proportional decreases in both acute (3-day) and chronic (day) zinc toxicity. Carlos Constantino, Mark Scrimshaw, Sean Comber, John Churchley, An evaluation of biotic ligand models predicting acute copper toxicity to Daphnia magna in wastewater effluent, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, /etc, 30, 4, (), ().

In this study, we investigated the toxicities of variable and fixed combinations of two types of microplastics [one coated with a carboxyl group (PS-COOH) and the other lacking this functional group (PS)] with the heavy metal nickel (Ni) on Daphnia magna and calculated mixture toxicity using a toxic unit model.

Effect of dissolved organic matter source on acute copper toxicity to Daphnia magna. Karel A. De Schamphelaere Mechanisms of Nickel Toxicity in the Highly Sensitive Embryos of the Sea Urchin Ryo SHOJI, Naohisa OKITA, Hiroki NAKANISHI, Analysis of the Effects of Humic Acid Extracted from the Tama River Sediment on the.

The effects of humic acid on the toxicity of graphene oxide to Scenedesmus obliquus and Daphnia magna Article (PDF Available) in Science of.

Humic acid alleviates the toxicity of polystyrene nanoplastic particles to Daphnia magna. Environmental Science: Nano6 (5), DOI: /C8END. Kramer et al. () tested seasonal effects on copper toxicity to Daphnia magna using six unaltered Dutch surface waters.

While these authors did observe slight differences in copper toxicity between seasons, the authors concluded that the inherent variability in D. magna sensitivity between batches was more likely the cause of the observed.

natural dissolved organic matter (DOM) and humic sub-stances were evaluated for their influence on protection of Daphnia magna neonates against copper (Cu) toxicity. Protection was examined at 3 and 6 mg l-1 of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) of each DOM isolate added to mod-erately hard, dechlorinated water.

Other water chemistry. A major question in the field of ecotoxicology is how DOM affects copper accumulation and toxicity in planktonic organisms; copper acute toxicity and bioaccumulation in Ceriodaphnia silvestrii were investigated in the presence and absence of humic substances (HS) under controlled laboratory conditions.

Copper was determined as free Cu2+ ions in the media and total copper. Jinhee Park, Jin-Sung Ra, Hojung Rho, Jaeweon Cho, Sang Don Kim, Validation of a biotic ligand model on site-specific copper toxicity to Daphnia magna in the Yeongsan River, Korea, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety.

The extent to which Ca2+, Mg2+, Na+, K+ ions and pH independently mitigate acute copper toxicity for the cladoceran Daphnia magna was examined. Higher activities of Ca2+, Mg2+, and Na+ (but not K+) linearly increased the h EC50 (as Cu2+ activity), supporting the concept of competitive binding of these ions and copper ions to toxic action or.

Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on HUMIC ACID. Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on HUMIC ACID. [The effect of humic substances on the toxicity of copper and zinc for Daphnia magna]. [Article in Russian] Feoktistov VM, Morozov AK, Zalicheva IN.

The results of laboratory experiments of humic matter influence on toxic resistance of Daphnia magna to zinc and copper using water samples from a few Karelia water bodies are presented.

Humic acid alleviates the toxicity of polystyrene nanoplastic particles to Daphnia magna Article (PDF Available) in Environmental science. Nano. 6(5) March with Reads.The effect of dissolved organic, carbon on the uptake and toxicity of quaternary ammonium compounds was investigated with the fathead minnow, Pinephales promelas Aldrich humic acid.

Copper complexation capacity was determined in a range of sewage treatment works final effluents and receiving waters, upstream and downstream of the discharge point. Forty-eight-hour immobilization tests on Daphnia magna were used to assess the toxicity of copper in the effluent matrix.