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Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and Johnny (Etheostoma nigrum) darters

Michael J Lydy

Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and Johnny (Etheostoma nigrum) darters

by Michael J Lydy

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Copper -- Environmental aspects,
  • Darters (Fishes) -- Effect of water quality on

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael James Lydy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14421150M

    Lydy, M.J. and T.E. Wissing. Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the Fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and Johnny (E. nigrum) darters. Aquatic Toxicology, Phytostimulation of Poplars and Arabidopsis Exposed to Silver Nanoparticles and Ag+ at Sublethal Concentrations.

    EFFECTS OF THERMAL ACCLIMATION ON THE CRITICAL THERMAL MAXIMA OF THE TROPICAL COCKROACHES: BLAPTICA DUBIA, EUBLABERUS POSTICUS AND BLABERUS DISCOIDALIS (BLABERIDAE) By Lauren Michelle Goode Bachelor of Science Eastern Kentucky University Richmond, Kentucky Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Eastern Kentucky University. SynopsisUpper loss of equilibrium and death temperatures were determined by the critical thermal maximum (CTM) method for juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) acclimated to 5 and 15° C, and for pumpkinseed sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus) acclimated to 10 and 20° C. Temperature increase rates were 1, 6, 18, 30 and 60° C h−1. Analysis of variance showed significant (P.

    We reviewed papers published since Cowles and Bogert's paper on thermal tolerance (R.B. Cowles and C.M. Bogert. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. –) to create a data base of studies that used critical thermal maximum or lethal-temperature methods. @article{osti_, title = {Nitrite toxicity to fathead minnows: effect of fish weight}, author = {Palachek, R M and Tomasso, J R}, abstractNote = {Nitrite is an intermediate product of nitrification that sometimes reaches toxic levels in aquatic ecosystems and aquaculture environments. Toxic levels of nitrite to several species of fishes have been reported.


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Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and Johnny (Etheostoma nigrum) darters by Michael J Lydy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aquatic Toxicology, 12 () Elsevier AQT Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and johnny (E.

nigrum) darters Michael James Lydy and Thomas E. Wissing Department of Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, OhioU.S.A.

(Received 13 August ; revision received Cited by: Static h copper LC 50 values determined for fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and johnny (E. nigrum) darters were used to determine ranges of copper concentrations for sublethal 50 values ranged from – μg L −1 for fantail darters and – μg L −1 for johnny darters.

The CTMax method was used to determine the upper temperature tolerance of both species after a Cited by:   This research found LC50 copper concentrations in the to μg/1 range and a polynomial relationship between LC50s and acclimation temperature.

Following a hour exposure to three sublethal concentrations of copper, critical thermal maxima (CTMax) were tested in minnows acclimated to four : Virginia L.

Richards. Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) of 15–30 g body weight were exposed to copper levels of ±± and ± μmol l − consumption and nitrogen excretion were determined repeatedly for up to 2 weeks of exposure to copper. Critical oxygen concentrations for oxygen consumption as well as for ammonia excretion were determined after 1 week of exposure to by: Time course of copper exposure To analyze the effects of copper on the gill ultrastructure, sublethal and lethal copper concentrations were chosen, based on preliminary results (LC50 of μg/L).

Three days before the start of the experiment, sexually mature. Lydy MJ, Wissing TE () Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and. The present study evaluates the enzyme activities and histopathological changes in the post larvae (PL) of shrimp (Penaeus monodon), green mussel (Perna viridis) and fingerlings of crescent perch (Terapon jarbua) exposed to sublethal gradient concentrations of Nickel (Ni).The median lethal concentration (LC 50) values wereand mg Ni L −1 derived for the PL of shrimp.

The main objective of this study was to determine the effects of copper at sublethal concentrations (10 and 30 µg/L) on growth and serum biochemical parameters including enzymes, i.e., alkaline phosphatase (ALP), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), and alanine aminotransferase (ALT), glucose, triglyceride, cholesterol, and total protein (TP) in.

Hemolymph acid-base balance and ion concentrations were measured in shore crabs, Carcinus maenas (L.), kept in fullstrength sea water (≈33‰ S) and exposed to sublethal ( mg l-1) and lethal (1 and 2 mg l-1) levels of copper in water.

The study was conducted throughout the year on crabs collected near Arcachon (France). Whatever the dose, waterborne copper induced metabolic acidosis. Lydy MJ, Wissing TE () Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and johnny (E.

nigrum) darters. Aquat Toxicol – Google Scholar. Ernst MR, Beitinger TL, Stewart KW () Critical thermal maxima of nymphs of three species of Plecoptera from an Ozark foothills stream. Freshwater Invertebr Biol –85 Google Scholar Fales RR () The influence of temperature and salinity on the toxicity of hexavalent chromium to the Grass Shrimp (Palaemonetes pugio).

sublethal concentrations. Decreased nitrite excretion was statistically significant (P effect of copper chloride and chlorine reduced the amount of oxygen consumption in Sesarma quadratum as well as ammonia and nitrite excretion at two sublethal concentrations.

Discussion In the present study, the oxygen consumption of. Lydy, M.J. & T.E. Wissing. Effect of sublethal concentrations of copper on the critical thermal maxima (CTMax) of the fantail (Etheostoma flabellare) and johnny (E. nigrum) darters.

Aquat. Toxicol. – Google Scholar. Upper temperature tolerance of fathead minnows, as measured by their critical thermal maxima (CTM), was significantly decreased by h exposure to sublethal concentrations of selenate-Se Animals were exposed to five environmentally relevant concentrations of, and μg L⁻¹ copper and metal accumulation was found to be significantly increased at the two higher.

Read the original article in full on FResearch: Effects of sub-lethal concentrations of copper ammonium acetate, pyrethrins and atrazine on the response of Escherichia coli to antibiotics Read the latest article version by Hyunwoo Jun, Brigitta Kurenbach, Jack Aitken, Alibe Wasa, Mitja N.P.

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Critical thermal maxima (CT max) is a commonly used and repeatable method for assessing organismal upper thermal limits and is defined as the as the sublethal thermal endpoint at which the organism loses equilibrium (i.e.

locomotory movements become disorganised) and cannot escape local conditions (Beitinger et al., ; Morgan et al., ). Thermal profile for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) showing critical thermal maxima and minima, incipient lethal temperatures, and suboptimal and optimal temperature ranges. At the extremes of thermal tolerance are the acute upper and lower thermal limits, often referred to as the critical thermal maxima (CT max) and critical thermal.

Abstract: Thermal characterization of packages is critical for the performance and reliability of IC applications. This article describes the standard thermal package properties: thermal resistance (known as \"theta\" or Θ), Θ JA, Θ JC, and Θ l calculations and references for more information on thermal management are provided.A 96‐hour toxicity test with fish ventilation frequency as the response variable was developed to estimate safe zinc concentrations for steelhead Salmo gairdneri.

Two Oregon steelhead strains were ex.copper toxicity tests were conducted with brook trout at two different temperatures.

Brook trout exposed to sublethal concentrations of the two metals were subjected to critical thermal maxima trials in order to evaluate effect of metal exposure on upper thermal tolerance.

Water samples from the test are currently awaiting analysis.