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환경독성학회지 = Journal of environmental toxicology v.24 no.4, 2009년, pp.341 - 350   피인용횟수: 1

TBTCl의 저질 및 체내 축적에 따른 대복 Gomphina veneriformis 소화선의 조직학적 반응
Histological Response of Digestive Gland of Gomphina veneriformis with TBTCl Accumulation in Sediment and Soft Tissue

박정준    (국립수산과학원 환경연구과   ); 박정채    (야마구치대학교 연합수의학연구과   ); 김성수    (국립수산과학원 환경연구과   ); 조현서    (전남대학교 해양기술학부   ); 이연규    (전남대학교 해양기술학부   ); 이정식    (전남대학교 수산생명의학과  );
  • 초록

    This study involves a relationship between butyltins concentrations and histopathological changes of the digestive gland in the equilateral venus, Gomphina veneriformis exposed to TBTCl of 0.4, 0.6 and 0.8 ${\mu}g/L$ for 36 weeks. In the sediment, total butyltin ( ${\sum}BT$ ) concentration was detected ND~7.54 (0.4 ${\mu}g/L$ ), ND~9.76 (0.6 ${\mu}g/L$ ), 1.22~13.13 ${\mu}g/L$ (0.8 ${\mu}g/L$ ), respectively. Especially, TBT level in 0.8 ${\mu}g/L$ group was the highest for 36 weeks. In the soft tissue, total butyltin ( ${\sum}BT$ ) concentration of the exposure group was 10.14~12.75 (control), 479.29~1,286.56 (0.4 ${\mu}g/L$ ), 563.32~2,154.82 (0.6 ${\mu}g/L$ ) and 1,317.70~2,132.60 ${\mu}g/L$ (0.8 ${\mu}g/L$ ), respectively. Ratio of TBT to ${\sum}BT$ of the tissue of 0.8 ${\mu}g/L$ kept the lowest level for 36 weeks. The ${\sum}BT$ concentrations of sediment were correlated with ${\sum}BT$ concentrations in the tissue. In the exposure groups, necrosis and atrophy of columnar epithelial cell and collapse of epithelial layer in the digestive tubule. And there was a reduction in stain affinity of basophilic cell. Such histological degenerations was more severe in digestive tubule of 0.8 ${\mu}g/L$ group.


  • 주제어

    TBTCl .   Gomphina veneriformis .   accumulation .   digestive gland.  

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