Body Residues and Responses of the Midge Chironomus riparius to Sediment-Associated 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol in Subchronic and Chronic Exposures View Full Text


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1999-07

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T. Ristola, J. V. K. Kukkonen, J. Pellinen

ABSTRACT

Subchronic and chronic toxicity of sediment-associated 2,4, 5-trichlorophenol to the midge Chironomus riparius was determined by conducting a 10-day growth and a 50-day emergence tests with spiked lake sediment (nominal initial TCP concentrations were 25, 51, 101, 203, 304 and 405 &mgr;mol kg-1 dry weight in the growth test and 25, 76, 152 and 304 &mgr;mol kg-1 dry weight the emergence test). In addition, we measured the residue of chlorophenol in larval tissue and made an attempt to relate it with the observed adverse biological responses. The larvae were exposed individually to avoid density-dependent effects of mortality on food ration and growth of the surviving larvae. In the growth test, mortality was low at sediment concentrations 60 mg kg-1 dry sediment) are rare.http://link.springer-ny. com/link/service/journals/00244/bibs/37n1p42.html More... »

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42-49

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