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알루미늄이 수생동물에 미치는 독성에 관한 소고

Title
알루미늄이 수생동물에 미치는 독성에 관한 소고
Other Titles
Toxic Effects of Aluminium on Freshwater Animals: Review
Author
박찬진
Keywords
aluminium; aquatic animals; toxicity; endocrine disruption; gill disfunction
Issue Date
2014-12
Publisher
한국환경생물학회, 2014.
Citation
환경생물, 2014, 32(4), P.271-285
Abstract
Aluminum flows into the river from the abandoned mine leachate, industrial wastewater, and sewage and is responsible for acute toxicity in aquatic organisms. Recently, the number of reports have indicated the increased toxicity in a variety of aquatic organisms’ due to the aluminum toxicity. In this study, we reviewed the toxicity of aluminum on aquatic invertebrates, fishes and amphibians and suggested the guideline for management of aluminum residues in aquatic environment and strategies for aluminum toxicity evaluation. In aquatic animals aluminum complexes evoke gill dysfunction primarily, the cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, oxidative stress, disruption of endocrine function, reproductive success, metabolism and homeostasis. Notably, at environmentally relevant concentration, aluminum complex can alter the hormone levels in fish in acidic condition. Further, since the solubility of aluminum is higher in the acidic and basic conditions, thus it is likely that the toxic effects of aluminum may not only occur in acidic water near the abandoned mines but also in lakes and rivers, where pH is raised by algal bloom.
URI
http://uci.kci.go.kr/resolution/result.do?res_cd=G704-001217.2014.32.4.007&res_svc_cd=http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/49574
ISSN
2287-7851; 1226-9999
DOI
10.11626/KJEB.2014.32.4.271
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