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Cadmium and nickel uptake by tissues of Cambarus Bartoni (Fabricius) (Astacidae, Decapoda- Crustacea)
Simon Musyoka Mwangi
|Series||Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes|
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|Pagination||x, 58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
The subcellular fractionation of cadmium was quantified only in the October experiment. The subcellular concentration of cadmium in oysters was quantified using a modified method of Wallace et al. (). Five oysters from each population were dissected and soft tissue wet weights were measured. Simon Musyoka Mwangi has written: 'Cadmium and nickel uptake by tissues of Cambarus Bartoni (Fabricius) (Astacidae, Decapoda- Crustacea)'.
Specifically in coastal Mexican waters, a great number of basic metal industries represent the mainly heavy metal (cadmium, lead, nickel, chromium, etc.) source [4 – 9]. Penaeid prawns have revealed great capacity to accumulate and take up metals from solution, either essential or not essential elements and yet survive in these polluted. Environmental Reviews, 12,– to MSc. Sergio Rendón for his technical assistance, and Mr. Stuart Mwangi, S. M., & Alikhan, M. A. (). Cadmium and nickel Fulton and Mr. Enrique Núñez-Jiménez for improving this uptake by tissues of Cambarus bartonii (astacidae, decapoda, manuscript. crustacean): effects on copper and zinc stores.
A COMPARISON OF CADMIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN TISSUES OF DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF CATTLE A PECHOvAl, J. ILLEKI, L. PAVLATA1, M. SINDELAR', D. HORKY' 1 Clinic of Diseases of Ruminants. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bmo. ' Institute of Histology and by: 3. Cu accumulation and depuration in various tissues of the crayfish Astacus leptodactylus was investigated. Adult specimens were exposed to , and mg Cu/L under static conditions for three weeks. At the end of the 3rd week the specimens were divided into three groups and left in dechlorinated water for either 1, 2 or 3 weeks for depuration. After 7, 14 and 21 days, four crayfish .
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Cadmium and copper contents of the hepatopancreas in adult intermoult Cambarus bartoni, exposed for 72 h toand μg Cd 1 −1, were significantly higher than those of the s Cd contents were significantly higher in crayfish exposed to μ g Cd 1 −1, Cu contents were significantly lower in those receiving μ g Cd 1 − by: Comparative study of cadmium and lead accumulations in Cambarus bartoni (Fab.) (Decapoda, Crustacea) from an acidic and a neutral lake) (Decapoda, Crustacea) from an.
Cadmium and nickel uptake by tissues of Cambarus bartonii (astacidae, decapoda, crustacean): effects on copper and zinc stores. Water Research, 27 (5), – ArticleCited by: 2. At both salinities, mercury and cadmium accumulation by all tissues was significantly greater at the higher temperature whereas lead uptake was only marginally increased.
Zinc and cadmium have been reported as metabolic antagonists, such that high zinc intakes in animals afford some protection against the potentially toxic effects of cadmium exposure.
In the same way, cadmium has been shown to interfere with zinc transport in vitro (Torreblanca et al., ).Cited by: Zia S () A laboratory study of the relationship between levels of copper and nickel in water, and their uptake and accumulation by various body tissues inCambarus bartoni (Fab.) (Decapoda-Crustacea).
M Sc thesis Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, CanadaCited by: The relationship between copper and nickel levels in the diet, and their uptake and accumulation by Cambarus bartoni (Fabricius) (Decapoda, Crustacea). Water – Beams, H.W. & Kessel, R.G. ().Cited by: 1.
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Cadmium and nickel uptake by tissues of Cambarus bartoni (Astacidae, Decapoda, Crustacea): effects on copper and zinc stores. Water Research Hubschman, J. In the current study the uptake and accumulation of nickel by various tissues of a copper-tolerant crayfish, Cambarus bartoni (Decapod, Crustacea), was monitored for 4 wk in the laboratory to.
Bardeggia M, Alikhan MA () The relationship between copper and nickel levels in the diet, and their uptake and accumulation by Cambarus bartoni (Fabricius) (Decapoda, Crustacea).
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As a consequence, a number of lakes in this region has become acidic and metal stressed. In the current.Cu accumulation and depuration in various tissues of the crayfish Astacus leptodactylus was investigated. Adult specimens were exposed toand mg Cu/L under static conditions for three weeks.
At the end of the 3rd week the specimens were divided into three groups and left in dechlorinated water for either 1, 2 or 3 weeks for by: