By Ronald Eisler
Each one publication has major goals1. ensure baseline concentrations of metals and metalloids in tissues of consultant box populations of estuarine coastal, and open ocean organisms (Book 1:algae and macrophytes, protists, sponges, coelenterates, molluscs, crustaceans, bugs, chaetognaths, annelids, echinoderms, and tunicates) (Book 2: elasmobranchs, fishes, reptiles, birds, mammals) and their importance to organism well-being and to the future health in their consumers.2. Synthesize present details on organic, chemical, and actual components identified to change uptake, retention, and translocation of every aspect less than box and laboratory stipulations. acceptance of the significance of those modifiers and their accompanying interactions is vital to the knowledge of metals kinetics in marine platforms and to the translation of baseline residue facts. Synthesizes latest details on organic, chemical, and actual elements recognized to switch uptake, retention, and translocation of every aspect Aids realizing of metals kinetics in marine structures permits the translation of baseline residue information.
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Canada, Atlantic Provinces, 11 spp. 3 DW 1 1 2 3 4 Algae and macrophytes; whole, 10 spp. 4 DW 5 Argentina; summer 2004; 3 sites; Porphyra columbina vs. 55 DW vs. 1 DW Marsh plants; whole; Texas, Harbour Island, 14 spp. 7) DW vs. 4 FW 13 13 Seagrass, Posidonia oceanica, blades Mediterranean Sea; summers 2004-2005; 3 sites Corsica, France; summer 2003; adult leaves; blades vs. sheaths Seaweeds. Whole Korea; 20 spp. Norway South Africa; 7 spp. Sea of Japan; 38 spp. Irish Sea; United Kingdom; 5 spp.
8: Organism Seagrass, Posidonia oceanica Blades; Mediterranean Sea; summers 2004-2005; 3 sites Corsica, France; summer 2003; adult leaves; blades vs. 1) DW vs. 0 DW 20 Salt marsh plants; Venice lagoon; June-December 2001; aerial portions; maximum concentration; Phragmites australis vs. 0 DW vs. 0 DW 19 19 19 Seaweeds, whole Japan, 44 spp. Korea, 20 spp. United Kingdom, 5 spp. , whole Reference areas Areas treated with sewageamended sludge at 10,300 mg Cr/m2 over a 7-year period Eelgrass, Zostera marina; Oregon Leaf Rhizome Root a Values are in mg Cr/kg fresh weight (FW), dry weight (DW), or ash weight (AW).
8: Chromium Concentrations in Field Collections of Algae and Macrophytes Organism Algae, whole Sea of Japan, 12 spp. United Kingdom, 11 spp. Monaco, 4 spp. Soviet Union, 4 spp. Egypt; Mex Bay, Alexandria; 2 pp. Puerto Rico, 18 spp. Argentina; summer 2002; 3 sites; Porphyra columbina vs. 73 DW vs. 0 DW 18 Macrophyte, Phragmites sp,; New Jersey; Hackensack River wetlands vs. 0 DW vs. 3 DW vs. 3 DW 10 Knotted wrack, Ascophyllum nodosum, whole Norway England Coast of Ireland; 1999-2000 Macroalgae; epiphytic on estuarine mangrove aerial roots; Sydney, Australia Caloglossa leprieurii Caloglossa nipae Bostrychia sp.
Compendium of Trace Metals and Marine Biota: Volume 1: Plants and Invertebrates by Ronald Eisler