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The Resource Metal metabolism in aquatic environments, edited by William J. Langston and Maria João Bebianno

Metal metabolism in aquatic environments, edited by William J. Langston and Maria João Bebianno

Label
Metal metabolism in aquatic environments
Title
Metal metabolism in aquatic environments
Statement of responsibility
edited by William J. Langston and Maria João Bebianno
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
CUS
Dewey number
577.62753
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
NAL call number
TD427.M44M43
NAL item number
1998
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Langston, William J
  • Bebianno, Maria João
Series statement
Chapman & Hall ecotoxicology series
Series volume
7
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Metals
  • Metals
  • Metals
  • Metabolism
  • Aquatic ecology
  • Heavy metals
  • Coastal ecology
  • Trace elements in water
  • Metals
  • Ecosystem
  • Water Pollutants
Label
Metal metabolism in aquatic environments, edited by William J. Langston and Maria João Bebianno
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • MECHANISMS OF METAL UPTAKE / Ken Simkiss -- The structure of the cell membrane -- Traversing the membrane, traversing the cell -- Systems of the metal uptake -- THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN LIVING ORGANISMS AND METALS IN INTERTIDAL AND SUBTIDAL SETTLEMENTS / Carlos Vale & Bjorn Sundby -- Chemical zonation in sediments -- Interactions of plants and animals with sediments -- Sediment water interaction unique to benthic animals: bioturbation -- MICROORGANISMS AND THE BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING OF METALS IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS / David Barrie Johnson -- Mechanisms of microbially mediated transformations and mobilization/immobilization of metals -- Cycling of iron in aquatic environments -- Cycling of manganese in aquatic environments -- Overview and biotechnological perspectives -- METAL ACCUMULATION AND IMPACTS IN PHYTOPLANKTON / James G.Sanders & Gerhardt F.Riedel -- Metal accumulation -- Metal complexation, binding strategies and biotransformation -- Ecotoxicological implications -- MERCURY IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS / Togwell A. Jackson -- The chemistry of Hg -- Bioavailability and bioaccumulation: controlling factors -- Toxicity and detoxification -- The biogeochemical cycle of mercury -- ARSENIC METABOLISM IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS / John S.Edmonds & Kevin A.Francesconi -- Arsenic in seawater -- Uptake of arsenate by algae -- Arsenic metabolism in algae -- The biogenesis of arsenobetaine -- DETERMINANTS OF TRACE METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN MARINE ORGANISMS / Murray T. Brown & Michael H. Depledge -- Trace metal contamination of marine ecosystems -- Trace metal concentrations in marine biota -- Speciation and bioavailability of trace metals -- Sources of trace metals for uptake -- Uptake mechanisms -- Accumulation of trace metals -- Elimination of trace metals -- Regulation of trace metal accumulation -- Resistance mechanisms -- Allometry -- Interactions among trace metals -- Seasonal variation -- Sex, reproductive status and moulting -- Inter-individual variability -- Influence of climate and geography -- Unusual cases of metal accumulation --
  • METAL HANDLING STRATEGIES IN MOLLUSCS / William J.Langston, Maria Joao Bebianno & Gary R.Burt -- Bioavailability and assimilation pathways -- Subcellular components of metal metabolism -- Diagnostic indicators of metal contamination in the environment -- PHYLOGENY OF TRACE METAL ACCUMULATION IN CRUSTACEANS / Philip S. Rainbow -- Crustacean evolution -- Preadaptations to trace metal biology -- Crustacean examples of trace metal accumulation patterns -- Comparative summary of crustacean accumulation patterns for zinc -- MECHANISMS OF HEAVY METAL ACCUMULATION AND TOXICITY IN FISH / Per-Erik Olsson, Peter Kling & Christer Hogstrand -- Uptake -- Distribution -- Accumulation and storage -- Physiological and biochemical effects -- Excretion -- Significance of biochemical and physiological responses in terms of environmental hazard assessment -- INFLUENCE OF ECOLOGICAL FACTORS ON ACCUMULATION OF METAL MIXTURES / Claude Amiard-Triquet & Jean-Claude Amiard -- Methodologies -- Case studies -- Tentative explanations -- METALS AND MARINE FOOD CHAINS / James A.Nott -- Concentration factors -- Hepatosomatic index -- Biomagnification -- Bioavailability -- Bioavailability and electrostatic binding -- Bioavailability and covalent binding -- Electrostatic binding versus covalent binding -- Biphasic digestion -- Metal metabolism -- METAL ACCUMULATION AND DETOXIFICATION IN HUMANS / Hing Man Chan -- Absorption -- Body distribution -- Excretion -- Toxicology -- Metabolism and detoxification -- Public health considerations
Control code
39971002
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xx, 448 pages
Isbn
9780412803703
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Label
Metal metabolism in aquatic environments, edited by William J. Langston and Maria João Bebianno
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • MECHANISMS OF METAL UPTAKE / Ken Simkiss -- The structure of the cell membrane -- Traversing the membrane, traversing the cell -- Systems of the metal uptake -- THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN LIVING ORGANISMS AND METALS IN INTERTIDAL AND SUBTIDAL SETTLEMENTS / Carlos Vale & Bjorn Sundby -- Chemical zonation in sediments -- Interactions of plants and animals with sediments -- Sediment water interaction unique to benthic animals: bioturbation -- MICROORGANISMS AND THE BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING OF METALS IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS / David Barrie Johnson -- Mechanisms of microbially mediated transformations and mobilization/immobilization of metals -- Cycling of iron in aquatic environments -- Cycling of manganese in aquatic environments -- Overview and biotechnological perspectives -- METAL ACCUMULATION AND IMPACTS IN PHYTOPLANKTON / James G.Sanders & Gerhardt F.Riedel -- Metal accumulation -- Metal complexation, binding strategies and biotransformation -- Ecotoxicological implications -- MERCURY IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS / Togwell A. Jackson -- The chemistry of Hg -- Bioavailability and bioaccumulation: controlling factors -- Toxicity and detoxification -- The biogeochemical cycle of mercury -- ARSENIC METABOLISM IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS / John S.Edmonds & Kevin A.Francesconi -- Arsenic in seawater -- Uptake of arsenate by algae -- Arsenic metabolism in algae -- The biogenesis of arsenobetaine -- DETERMINANTS OF TRACE METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN MARINE ORGANISMS / Murray T. Brown & Michael H. Depledge -- Trace metal contamination of marine ecosystems -- Trace metal concentrations in marine biota -- Speciation and bioavailability of trace metals -- Sources of trace metals for uptake -- Uptake mechanisms -- Accumulation of trace metals -- Elimination of trace metals -- Regulation of trace metal accumulation -- Resistance mechanisms -- Allometry -- Interactions among trace metals -- Seasonal variation -- Sex, reproductive status and moulting -- Inter-individual variability -- Influence of climate and geography -- Unusual cases of metal accumulation --
  • METAL HANDLING STRATEGIES IN MOLLUSCS / William J.Langston, Maria Joao Bebianno & Gary R.Burt -- Bioavailability and assimilation pathways -- Subcellular components of metal metabolism -- Diagnostic indicators of metal contamination in the environment -- PHYLOGENY OF TRACE METAL ACCUMULATION IN CRUSTACEANS / Philip S. Rainbow -- Crustacean evolution -- Preadaptations to trace metal biology -- Crustacean examples of trace metal accumulation patterns -- Comparative summary of crustacean accumulation patterns for zinc -- MECHANISMS OF HEAVY METAL ACCUMULATION AND TOXICITY IN FISH / Per-Erik Olsson, Peter Kling & Christer Hogstrand -- Uptake -- Distribution -- Accumulation and storage -- Physiological and biochemical effects -- Excretion -- Significance of biochemical and physiological responses in terms of environmental hazard assessment -- INFLUENCE OF ECOLOGICAL FACTORS ON ACCUMULATION OF METAL MIXTURES / Claude Amiard-Triquet & Jean-Claude Amiard -- Methodologies -- Case studies -- Tentative explanations -- METALS AND MARINE FOOD CHAINS / James A.Nott -- Concentration factors -- Hepatosomatic index -- Biomagnification -- Bioavailability -- Bioavailability and electrostatic binding -- Bioavailability and covalent binding -- Electrostatic binding versus covalent binding -- Biphasic digestion -- Metal metabolism -- METAL ACCUMULATION AND DETOXIFICATION IN HUMANS / Hing Man Chan -- Absorption -- Body distribution -- Excretion -- Toxicology -- Metabolism and detoxification -- Public health considerations
Control code
39971002
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xx, 448 pages
Isbn
9780412803703
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps

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