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Ecotoxicity of chemicals to photobacterium phosphoreum

Klaus L. E. Kaiser

Ecotoxicity of chemicals to photobacterium phosphoreum

by Klaus L. E. Kaiser

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Published by Gordon and Breach Science Publishers in Yverdon, Switzerland, Langhorne, Pa., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photobacterium phosphoreum -- Effect of chemicals on -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Photobacterium phosphoreum -- Effect of pesticides on -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Pollution -- Environmental aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby K.L.E. Kaiser and J. Devillers.
    SeriesHandbooks of ecotoxicological data -- v. 2
    ContributionsDevillers, J. 1956-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR82.V53 K35 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 879 p. ;
    Number of Pages879
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20315943M
    ISBN 102881249744

    Since society at large became aware of the use of nanomaterials in ever growing quantities in consumer products and their presence in the environment, critical interest in the impact of this emerging technology has grown. The main concern is whether the unknown risks of engineered nanoparticles (NPs), in particular their impact on health and environment, outweighs their established benefits for Cited by: Explore books by Klaus L. E. Kaiser with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Ecotoxicity of Chemicals to Photobacterium Phosphoreum (Hardback) Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

    ECOLOGICAL INFORMATIONPolyacrylamide Microtox Toxicity: Photobacterium phosphoreum: Non-toxic. Hour LC50Persistence / Degradability Mysid shrimp in a standard drilling mud: >1,, suspended particulate phaseBioaccumulative Potential Components of this product are biodegradable. What do we know about mixture toxicity of the residues of sulfonamides in the environment? As SAs occur in natural environment not as a single, isolated drug but usually together with other compounds of the same family or the same type, accumulated concentrations Cited by:

    1-Aminopyrene (1-AP), a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) compound, is a major metabolite during biotransformation of 1-nitropyrene by microflora in natural environment and in the guts of animals and humans. Under UV-A irradiation, 1-AP has been shown to cause light-induced DNA single strand cleavage. Humic acids (HA) in aquatic ecosystems can influence the bioavailability, toxicity, and Cited by: 5. One of the most common chemicals involved in the soil contamination or soil pollution is petroleum hydrocarbons (PHs). As we know that PH-contaminated soil affects human health directly, such as (i) contact with soil, (ii) via inhalation of vaporized contaminants, and (iii) infiltration of soil contamination into groundwater aquifers used for human by: 1.


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Kaiser, James Devillers Kindle Edition. $ $ 55 Hardcover. $ $ 36 More Buying Choices. The aspect of environmental impact of chemicals is mainly governed by their ecotoxicity which is relatively high in Ecotoxicity of chemicals to photobacterium phosphoreum book case of surfactants because of their surface activity and the resulting action against biological membranes [1].

Keywords. anionic surfactants, ecotoxicity, AKYPO®, Daphnia magna, microalgae, Vibrio fischeriCited by: 2. waters, soil, and air ecotoxicity due to their ease of use, knowledge of the genetics, 74 F.

Fernández-Piñas et al. Table 1 Main features and applications of naturally bioluminescent microorganisms. Kaiser KLE, McKinnon MB, Fort FL () Interspecies toxicity correlations of rat, mouse and Photobacterium phosphoreum.

Environ Toxicol Chem – Google Scholar Cited by: 4. Ecotoxicity This product contains the following substance(s) which are hazardous for the environment.

Component Freshwater Algae Freshwater Fish Microtox Water Flea Silver nitrate - Leuciscus idus: LC mg/L/96h Photobacterium phosphoreum: EC mg/L/24h Photobacterium phosphoreum: EC mg/l/15min Photobacterium phosphoreum. An assessment of the toxicity of some pesticides and their metabolites affecting a natural aquatic environment using the MicrotoxTM system.

Ecotoxicity of chemicals to Photobacterium. ECDIN (see Environmental Chemicals and Data and Information Network) ECOTOX Database, US EPA X Ecotoxicity of Chemicals to Amphibians, Handbooks of Ecotoxicological Data, Volume 1 X Ecotoxicity of Chemicals to Photobacterium Phosphoreum, Handbooks of Ecotoxicological Data, Volume 2 X.

The published data on V. fischeri luminescence inhibition assay were mainly obtained from the book “Ecotoxicity of Chemicals to Photobacterium phosphoreum” by Kaiser and Devillers ().

Results and discussion Experimental toxicity dataCited by: Environment Canada. Biological test method: toxicity test using luminescent bacteria Photobacterium phosphoreum EPS 1/RM/ Environment Canada. Biological test method: toxicity tests using early life stages of salmonid fish Rainbow Trout.

Ecotoxicology Modeling is a comprehensive and well-documented text providing a collection of computational methods to the ecotoxicologists primarily interested in the study of the adverse effects of chemicals, their mechanisms of action and/or their environmental fate and behavior.

Avoiding mathematical jargon, the book presents numerous case studies to enable the reader to understand Brand: Springer US. Hazard communication works to reduce chemical illnesses and injuries by ensuring that workers and those who provide protections for workers—physicians, nurses, industrial hygienists, safety engineers, and other professionals—have the information they need about chemicals to devise protections.

Poultry litter contains many toxic chemicals including Cu, As, Pb, Cd, Hg, Se and PCBs. Poultry litter leachate has been shown to be more toxic to marine luminescent organisms (Photobacterium phosphoreum) than other farm animal manures.

A comparison of toxicity of. The environmental impact of energetic substances (TNT, RDX, GAP, NC) in soil is being examined using ecotoxicity bioassays. An extraction method was characterized to optimize bioassay assessment of TNT toxicity in different soil types.

Using the Microtox{trademark} (Photobacterium phosphoreum) assay. "Chemistry, in particular, is capable, when suitably presented, of making a strong appeal to the intelligence and the imagination; for, as the following pages are intended to show, it is the most romantic of all the branches of science; and in its variegated history, stretching back through unnumbered generations of alchemists into an indefinite past, its present votaries have (if they but Brand: Dover Publications.

Ecotoxicity of chemicals to Photobacterium phosphoreum. Kaiser KLE, Devillers J. Gordon and Breach Science Publ., ISBN:().

QSAR in Environmental Toxicology - II. Thus, analysis of the toxicity data for 47 MEIC reference chemicals showed that the EC 50 values of P. phosphoreum bioluminescence inhibition assay correlated with literature data on acute toxicity data for daphnids, fish, animal and human cell lines, rodents, dog and man whereas the log-log correlation coefficients (R 2) ranged between Cited by: The QSAR model for toxicity of 50 binary mixtures to Photobacterium phosphoreum (T3 mutation) had been developed by Toropova et al.

where toxicity is expressed as effective concentration essential to a 50% decrease in light emission. To model the toxicity, authors computed simplified molecular input-line entry system (SMILES)-based descriptors Cited by: Correlations of Ecotoxicity Test Data with Rat or Mouse LD50 Data Correlations of Bacteria Test Data with Rat or Mouse LD50 Data The standard MicrotoxTM test involving the bioluminescent bacterium Vibrio fischeri, formerly known as Photobacterium phosphoreum, is a commonly used.