Study of the interactions between Elodea canadensis and CuO nanoparticlesстатья

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[1] Study of the interactions between elodea canadensis and cuo nanoparticles / M. E. Johnson, S. A. Ostroumov, J. F. Tyson, B. Xing // Russian Journal of General Chemistry. — 2011. — Vol. 81, no. 13. — P. 2688–2693. M.E. Johnson, S.A. Ostroumov, J.F. Tyson, and B. Xing. Study of the interactions between Elodea canadensis and CuO nanoparticles. - Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 81(13):2688–2693, 2011. ** Publisher: [Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Distributed worldwide by Springer. Russian Journal of General Chemistry ISSN 1070-3632]; Abstract: Copper is one of the key heavy metals that pollute environment and constitute a serious threat to the health of humans and ecosystems. Copper may enter the aquatic environment in both soluble and nanoparticle form. It was previously found in a series of studies that nanoparticles, including those of several metal oxides, exercise both negative and positive effects on the higher plants which makes necessary further research on the interaction between metal oxide nanoparticles and plants. Interactions between aquatic plants and copper-containing nanoparticles were not sufficiently studied. The goal of this study was to contribute to the investigation of the interactions between CuO nanoparticles and the aquatic plant Elodea canadensis under the conditions of experimental microcosms. It was found that CuO nanoparticles demonstrated some phytotoxicity to Elodea canadensis. After the incubation of Elodea canadensis in the aquatic medium contaminated with CuO nanoparticles there was a significant increase (by two orders of magnitude) of the concentration of copper in the biomass of the plants. In English. DOI 10.1134/S107036321113010X ** Available free online: you can download the full text here: ** key words: heavy metals, macrophytes, aquatic environment, nanomaterials, copper oxide, elodea, toxicity, higher plants, phytotoxicity, binding, immobilization, biomass; Print ISSN 1070-3632 Online ISSN 1608-3350 ** References (22) Han, B.-C. and Hung, T.-C., Environ. Pollution, 1990, vol. 65, no. 4, p. 347. CrossRef Totaro, E.A., Pisanti, F.A., Glees, P. and Continillo, A., Marine Environ. Res., 1986, vol. 18, no. 4, p. 245. CrossRef Claveri, B., Morhain, E. and Mouvet, C., Chemosphere, 1994, vol. 28, no. 11, p. 2001. CrossRef Lin, D. and Xing, B., Environ. pollution, 2007, no. 150, p. 243. Lin, D. and Xing, B., Environ. Sci. Technol., 2008, no. 42, p. 5580. Ostroumov, S.A. and Poklonov, V.A., Water: technology and ecology, 2009, no. 3, p. 38. Musante, C. and White, J.C., Environ. Toxicology, 2011, in press. Zhu, H., Han, J., Xiao, J.Q. and Jin Y., J. Environ. Monit., 2008, vol. 10, no. 6, p. 713. CrossRef Solomonova, E.A. and Ostroumov, S.A., Moscow University Biol. Sci. Bull., 2007, vol. 62, no. 4, p. 176. CrossRef Ostroumov S.A. and Kolesov G.M., Doklady Biol. Nauk, 2010, vol. 431, p. 124. CrossRef Ferry, J.L., Craig, P., Hexel, P., Sisco, P., Frey, R., Pennington, P.L., Fulton, M.H., Scott, I.G., Decho, A.W., Kashiwada, S., Murphy, C.J. and Shaw, T. J., Nature Nanotechnol., 2009, no. 4, p. 441. Singh, S.K. and Subramanian, V., CRC Critical Reviews Environ. Control., 1984, vol. 14, no. 1, p. 33. CrossRef Rai U.N., Sinha, S., Tripathi, R.D. and Chandra, P., Ecol Engineering, 1995, vol. 5, no. 1, p. 5. CrossRef Ostroumov, S.A. and Shestakova, T.V., Doklady Biol. Nauk,, 2009, vol. 428, no. 1, p. 444. CrossRef Lin, D., Tian, X., Wu, F. and Xing, B., J. Environ. Qual., 2010, no. 39, p. 1896. Blaser, S.A., Scheringer, M., Macleod, M. and Hungerbühler K., Sci. Total Environ., 2008, no. 390, p. 396. Kaegi R., Ulrich A., Sinnet B., Vonbank R., Wichser A., Zuleeg S., Simmler H., Brunner S., Vonmont H., Burkhardt M. and Boller M., Environ. Pollut., 2008, vol. 156, no. 2, p. 233. CrossRef Lin, C.-C., Yeh, Y.-C., Yang, C.-Y., Chen, C.-L. Chen, G.-F., Chen, C.-C. and Wu, Y.-C., J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2002, no. 124, p. 3508. Bromberg, L., Chang, E.P., Alvarez-Lorenzo, C., Magarinos, B, Concheiro, A. and Hatton, T.A., Langmuir, 2010, vol. 26, no. 11, p. 8829. CrossRef Samecka-Cymerman, A. and Kempers, A.J., Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 2003, vol. 145, no. 1–4, p. 139. CrossRef Kähkönen, M.A. and Manninen, P.K.G., Chemosphere, 1998, vol. 36, no. 6, p. 1381. CrossRef Ostroumov, S.A. and Kotelevtsev, S.V., Ecologica, 2011, vol. 18, no. 61, p. 3. [ DOI ]

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