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Ecotoxicology and environmental safety v.147, 2018년, pp.537 - 549   SCI SCIE
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Total and cytosolic concentrations of twenty metals/metalloids in the liver of brown trout Salmo trutta (Linnaeus, 1758) from the karstic Croatian river Krka

Dragun, Zrinka (Ruđer Bošković ) ; Filipović (Institute ) ; Marijić, Vlatka (Division for Marine and Environmental Research ) ; Krasnići, Nesrete (Laboratory for Biological Effects of Metals, P.O. Box 180, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia ) ; Ivanković, Dušica (Ruđer Bošković ) ; Valić, Damir (Institute ) ; Žunić, Jakov (Division for Marine and Environmental Research ) ; Kapetanović, Damir (Laboratory for Biological Effects of Metals, P.O. Box 180, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia ) ; Smrzlić, Irena Vardić (Ruđer Bošković ) ; Redžović, Zuzana (Institute ) ; Grgić, Ivana (Division for Marine and Environmental Research ) ; Erk, Marijana (Laboratory for Biological Effects of Metals, P.O. Box 180, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia ) ;
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    Abstract Total and cytosolic concentrations of twenty metals/metalloids in the liver of brown trout Salmo trutta (Linnaeus, 1758) were studied in the period from April 2015 to May 2016 at two sampling sites on Croatian river Krka, to establish if river water contamination with metals/metalloids downstream of Knin town has influenced metal bioaccumulation in S. trutta liver. Differences were observed between two sites, with higher concentrations of several elements (Ag, As, Ca, Co, Na, Se, Sr, V) found downstream of Knin town, whereas few others (Cd, Cs, Mo, Tl) were, unexpectedly, increased at the Krka River spring. However, total metal/metalloid concentrations in the liver of S. trutta from both sites of the Krka River were still mainly below previously reported levels for pristine freshwaters worldwide. The analysis of seasonal changes of metal/metalloid concentrations in S. trutta liver and their association with fish sex and size mostly indicated their independence of fish physiology, making them good indicators of water contamination and exposure level. Metal/metalloid concentrations in the metabolically available hepatic cytosolic fractions reported in this study are the first data of that kind for S. trutta liver, and the majority of analyzed elements were present in the cytosol in the quantity higher than 50% of their total concentrations, thus indicating their possible availability for toxic effects. However, the special attention should be directed to As, Cd, Cs, and Tl, which under the conditions of increased exposure tended to accumulate more within the cytosol. Although metal/metalloid concentrations in S. trutta liver were still rather low, monitoring of the Krka River water quality and of the health status of its biota is essential due to a trend of higher metal/metalloid bioaccumulation downstream of Knin town, especially taking into consideration the proximity of National Park Krka and the need for its conservation. Highlights Evaluation of ecological status of the Croatian river Krka near National Park Krka. Assessment of bioaccumulation of twenty metals/metalloids in Salmo trutta liver. First data on cytosolic metal/metalloid concentrations in S. trutta liver. Analysis of physiological variations of S. trutta hepatic metal/metalloid levels. Estimation of metal/metalloid proportions present in the cytosolic hepatic fraction.


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    Bioaccumulation .   Fish .   Freshwater .   Inorganic contamination .   Liver .   Subcellular distribution.  

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