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accumulation of cadmium, copper and nickel in freshwater mussels (Margaritifera margaritifera), algae (Cladophora sp.), and sediment from Elk Creek, Oregon

Linda A. Sigismondi

accumulation of cadmium, copper and nickel in freshwater mussels (Margaritifera margaritifera), algae (Cladophora sp.), and sediment from Elk Creek, Oregon

by Linda A. Sigismondi

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Written in English

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  • Heavy metals -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon.

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    Statementby Linda Ann Sigismondi.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[9], 75 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages75
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    Open LibraryOL14212326M

    parts of the mussels were removed using stainless steel equipment. The bulked soft parts were weighed, homogenised and deep frozen until analysis. All samples were run in triplicate and all values were expressed as µg metal g-1 wet wt. For the determination of zinc, copper, lead and cadmium, 5g of wet samples was placed in flasks and 10 @article{osti_, title = {Concentration of cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc in thirty-five genera of freshwater macroinvertebrates from the Fox River, Illinois and Wisconsin}, author = {Anderson, R V}, abstractNote = {The present study is an initial report of the concentration of cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc in 35 genera of aquatic macroinvertebrates collected in the Fox River.

    @article{osti_, title = {Accumulation, elimination, and speciation of cadmium and zinc in mussels, Mytilus edulis, in the natural environment}, author = {Luten, J B and Bouquet, W and Burggraaf, M M and Rus, J}, abstractNote = {Accumulation of trace metals like cadmium and zinc by the common mussel (Mytilus edulis) has been often studied. Cadmium concentrations were measured at 49 littoral sites in 38 lakes distributed over , km 2 in the provinces of Québec and Ontario, both in the abiotic environment (oxic sediments and overlying water, diagenetic iron oxyhydroxide deposits on Teflon collectors) and in the soft tissues of the freshwater bivalve Anodonta grandis collected along a Cd contamination gradient.

      Acute toxicity of heavy metals (cadmium, zinc and copper) was determined individually or in mixture form for Chinese minnow (Gobiocyprius rarus) in its early developmental stages (embryos, larvae). The sensitivity of this fish to heavy metals was different that depends on exposure period and developmental stages. This study was aim to determined the levels of some heavy metals in the gills, liver, stomach, kidney, bones and flesh of four fish species (Tilapia zilli, Clarias anguillaris, Synodentis budgetti and Oreochronmis niloticus) collected at River Benue in Vinikilang, Adamawa State, Nigeria for analysis of Cu, Zn, Co, Mn, Fe, Cr, Cd, Ni and Pb.


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Accumulation of cadmium, copper and nickel in freshwater mussels (Margaritifera margaritifera), algae (Cladophora sp.), and sediment from Elk Creek, Oregon by Linda A. Sigismondi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mussels, algae and sediment were collected during a ten-month period from Elk Creek in the Oregon Coastal Mountain Range. The samples, consisting of whole soft parts of mussels, whole algae and total sediments, were prepared by acid digestion and then analyzed for copper, cadmium and nickel using flame atomic : Linda A.

Sigismondi. Chemosphere, Vol, No.8, pp/93 $ + Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press Ltd. LABORATORY ACCUMULATION AND DEPURATION OF COPPER AND CADMIUM IN THE FRESHWATER MUSSEL DREISSENA POLYMORPHA AND THE AQUATIC MOSS RHYNCHOSTEGIUM RIPARIOIDES Jacques MERSCH 1", Etienne MORHAIN t and Cited by: A study was performed on the uptake of copper by edible mussel, Mytilus edulis, and influence of temperature and cadmium on this process.

Laboratory experiments have demonstrated that mussels could accumulate dissolved copper from sea water and initial uptake of copper was linear with time and the exposure by: 1.

with copper. For mussels, copper is essential at low concentration as cofactor of metalloenzymes involved in growth regulation and development, but it may be toxic at higher levels by disturbing calcium (Ca) homeostasis.

The duck mussel Anodonta anatina is a freshwater. Experiments were carried out to investigate the bioaccumulation and elimination of cadmium (Cd) in tissues (kidney, gills, digestive gland, mantle, visceral mass, foot, adductor muscle and hemolymph) from the freshwater mussel, Anodonta mussels were exposed to subchronic Cd at concentrations of and mg L −1 for 28 d of bioaccumulation and 28 d of by: 7.

Yuanpeng Wang, Jing Huang, Yanzheng Gao, Subcellular Accumulation of Different Concentrations of Cadmium, Nickel, and Copper in Indian Mustard and Application of a Sigmoidal Model, Journal of Environmental Quality, copper and nickel in freshwater mussels book, 42, 4, (), ().

Mussels,\ud algae and sediment were collected during a ten-month period from Elk\ud Creek in the Oregon Coastal Mountain Range. The samples, consisting\ud of whole soft parts of mussels, whole algae and total sediments, were\ud prepared by acid digestion and then analyzed for copper, cadmium and\ud nickel using flame atomic absorption.

Copper levels ranged from 85– mg/kg dwt. (ERL and PEL, 34 andrespectively). Zinc levels ranged from 45– mg/kg dwt. (ERL and PEL, andrespectively). A report on the annual input of heavy metals to Jamaica Bay revealed that sewage effluent carries the largest quantities of zinc, copper and cadmium to the bay The net uptake of zinc, cadmium, lead and copper by the common mussel Mytilus edulis (L.) exposed to different conditions was investigated with a view to using this species as an indicator of contamination of the marine environment by these metals.

The variables studied were season, position of the mussel in the water column, water salinity, water temperature, and the simultaneous presence of. Coello, W.F. and M.A.Q. Khan. Physiological background for using freshwater mussels in monitoring copper and lead pollution.

cadmium and lead accumulation by freshwater algae and bryophytes. Hydrobiologia (1) J.R. Dierkes, P.D. Monson and G.T. Ankley. pH-dependent toxicity of cadmium, copper, nickel, lead and zinc. Song et al. conducted a study on the accumulation and tolerant potential of one of the common freshwater plants known as Hydrilla verticillata from nickel pollutant exposure.

The aquatic plant was induced with different nickel concentrations for several days in order to determine the biochemical responses on the shoot systems of the plant. Inter-species difference of copper accumulation in three species of marine mussels: Implication for biomonitoring.

Science of The Total Environment, DOI: /env The objective of the present study was to determine acute toxicity of copper, ammonia, or chlorine to larval (glochidia) and juvenile mussels using the recently published American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard guide for conducting laboratory toxicity tests with freshwater mussels.

Toxicity tests were conducted with glochidia (24‐ to 48‐h exposures) and juveniles (96‐h. Accumulation and tolerance to cadmium, copper, lead and zinc by the green mussel Perna viridis Book.

Full-text available. with 72% of freshwater mussels and 74% of freshwater snails. There are more sensitive to the toxins and heavy metals such as, copper, zinc, cadmium etc. the accumulation toxins and heavy metal in the shell and organs of freshwater mussels indicating the.

The removal and accumulation of heavy metals (Cu, Zn and Cd) in water by adult freshwater mussels: Anodonta woodiana and Hyriopsis cumingii were investigated during October The removal of Cu, Zn and Cd from the water by both mussels showed a decreasing trend with time in all the test concentrations.

At the same test concentrations, the accumulation of Cu, Zn and Cd by A. woodiana. THE ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM, COPPER AND NICKEL IN FRESHWATER MUSSELS (Margaritifera margaritifera), ALGAE (Cladophora sp.), AND SEDIMENT FROM ELK CREEK, OREGON INTRODUCTION Heavy metals are found in trace amounts in the earth's crust.

They enter the aquatic environment naturally by geological weathering of rock and volcanic activity (Cunningham. Hence, with the afore mentioned lacunae and paucity of information on wild populations of mussels in the Jayakwadi that the present study is aimed to understand distribution of heavy metals like mercury, nickel, iron, manganese, zinc, chromium, cadmium and copper from four species of bivalves.

Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Modeling cadmium accumulation in indigenous yellow perch (Perca flavescens)Lisa D. Kraemer, a Peter G.C. Campbell, b Landis Hare b a Trent University, West Bank Drive, Peterborough, ON K9J 7B8, Canada. b INRS – Eau, Terre et Environnement, Université du Québec, de la Couronne, Québec, QC G1K 9A9, Canada.

Hawari, A. & Mulligan, C. Effect of the presence of lead on the biosorption of copper, cadmium and nickel by anaerobic biomass. Process Biochem. 42. We exposed marine mussels to 1, 2, or 3 mg L−1 CuO ENPs for four weeks, and measured clearance rate, rejection, excretion and accumulation of Cu, and mussel shell growth.

Mussel clearance rate was 48% less, and growth was 68% less, in mussels exposed to 3 mg L−1 than in control animals. The influence of diet on comparative trace metal cadmium, copper and zinc accumulation in (Gastropoda: Muricidae) preying on intertidal barnacles or mussels.

Marine Pollution Bulletin44, DOI: /SX(02) .Giguère A, Campbell PGC, Hare L, Couture P. Sub-cellular partitioning of cadmium, copper, nickel and zinc in indigenous yellow perch (Perca flavescens) sampled along a polymetallic gradient.

Aquat Toxicol. ; – Hamilton SJ, Mehrle PM. Metallothionein in fish: review of its importance in assessing stress from metal contaminants.