Temperature – Dependent Toxicokinetics of Copper and Lead in Notonecta glauca L. (Hemiptera: Notonectidae) Under Laboratory Condition

  • Sweety Kumari University Department of Zoology, Ranchi University, Ranchi-834008, India.
  • Abhijit Dutta University Department of Zoology, Ranchi University, Ranchi-834008, India.
  • Sunita Dutta Department of Zoology, Women’s College, Ranchi-834001, India.
Keywords: Temperature, Uptake factor, Bioaccumulation, Toxicokinetics

Abstract

Temperature is a critical factor due to its effect on both physiology of the organism and the environmental chemistry of the metals. The present study focuses on the toxicity and the bioaccumulation kinetics of Cu and Pb in Notonecta glauca exposed to heavy metal contaminated water system at different temperatures. The result showed that the accumulation of heavy metal gradually increases with increase in temperature and duration of exposure while there was a decrease in LC50 value of Pb and Cu. The calculated uptake factor of lead at different temperatures showed that it has a higher uptake potential than copper.

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Published
2011-04-01
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Kumari, S., Dutta, A., & Dutta, S. (2011). Temperature – Dependent Toxicokinetics of Copper and Lead in Notonecta glauca L. (Hemiptera: Notonectidae) Under Laboratory Condition. Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology, 2(2), 35-39. Retrieved from https://e-journal.sospublication.co.in/index.php/jalrb/article/view/60
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