Ecotoxicity of nanosized magnetite to crustacean Daphnia magna and duckweed Lemna minor View Full Text


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2017-09

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Irina Blinova, Liina Kanarbik, Natalja Irha, Anne Kahru

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Along with the development of nanotechnology, an increase in production and application of nanosized magnetite (Fe3O4) is expected. Though magnetite is considered relatively safe, information concerning potential hazards of synthetic magnetite nanoparticles with unique physico-chemical characteristics to aquatic organisms is still limited. In this study, we evaluated the toxicity of nanosized (27.2 ± 9.8 nm) and bulk (144.2 ± 67.7 nm) magnetite particles to different life stages of the aquatic crustacean Daphnia magna. In addition, phytotoxicity of the magnetite was evaluated using duckweed Lemna minor. The study did not reveal any statistically significant differences between the biological effects of nanosized and bulk magnetite particles. Both forms of magnetite induced very low toxicity (EC50 > 100 ppm) to D. magna and L. minor in the standard acute assays. However, it was demonstrated that at acutely subtoxic magnetite concentrations (10 and 100 ppm), the number of neonates hatched from D. magna ephippia was decreased. Moreover, short-term (48 h) exposure of neonate daphnids to these concentrations may significantly affect the long-term survival and reproductive potential of daphnids. These results indicate that substantial contamination of aquatic ecosystems by magnetite may disrupt the stability of cladoceran populations. More... »

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141-149

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