Plasticizers as Microplastics Tracers in Tunisian Marine Environment

Plasticizers as Microplastics Tracers in Tunisian Marine Environment

Plasticizers as Microplastics Tracers in Tunisian Marine Environment

in Tunisian Marine Environment Enrico Gugliandolo 1† , Patrizia Licata 2† , Rosalia Crupi 2 , AmbroginaAlbergamo 3 , Amel Jebara 4 , Vincenzo Lo Turco 3 , Angela Giorgia Potortì 3 , Hedi Ben www.frontiersin.orgPotortì Angela Giorgia, Mansour Hedi Ben, Cuzzocrea Salvatore, Di Bella Giuseppa TITLE=Plasticizers as Microplastics Tracers in Tunisian Marine Environment JOURNAL=Frontiers in Marine Science VOLUME=7 YEAR=2020 URL=https: //www

Plasticizers and BPA Residues in Tunisian and Italian Culina

1/6/2018 · DOI: 10.1111/1750-3841. Corpus ID: Plasticizers and BPA Residues in Tunisian and Italian Culinary Herbs and Spices. @article{DiBella2018PlasticizersAB, title={Plasticizers and BPA Residues in Tunisian and Italian Culinary Herbs and Spices.}, author={Giuseppa Di Bella and Hedi Ben Mansour and Asma Ben Tekaya and Asma Beltifa and Angela Giorgia Potort{\'i} and Emanuele Saiya and First Assessment of Plasticizers in Marine Coastal Litter-Fe 4/2/2021 · 2.3. Chemicals Standards of phthalic acid esters (PAEs) and non phthalate plasticizers (NPPs), 99% purity, were purchased from Aldrich Chemical (Chicago, IL, USA). Internal deuterate standards of DBP-d4 and DEHP-d4 (at a concentration of 100 ng μL −1 in nonane), were purchased from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories Inc. (Andover, MA, USA).

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Plasticizers as Microplastics Tracers in Tunisian Marine Environment Article Full-text available Oct 2020 Enrico Gugliandolo Patrizia Licata Rosalia Crupi […] Giuseppa Di Bella The new knowledge Plasticizers and BPA Residues in Tunisian and Italian Culina 1/6/2018 · DOI: 10.1111/1750-3841. Corpus ID: Plasticizers and BPA Residues in Tunisian and Italian Culinary Herbs and Spices. @article{DiBella2018PlasticizersAB, title={Plasticizers and BPA Residues in Tunisian and Italian Culinary Herbs and Spices.}, author={Giuseppa Di Bella and Hedi Ben Mansour and Asma Ben Tekaya and Asma Beltifa and Angela Giorgia Potort{\'i} and Emanuele Saiya and

First Assessment of Plasticizers in Marine Coastal Litter-Fe

4/2/2021 · 2.3. Chemicals Standards of phthalic acid esters (PAEs) and non phthalate plasticizers (NPPs), 99% purity, were purchased from Aldrich Chemical (Chicago, IL, USA). Internal deuterate standards of DBP-d4 and DEHP-d4 (at a concentration of 100 ng μL −1 in nonane), were purchased from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories Inc. (Andover, MA, USA). distribution and toxicological effects of environmental As the smallest environmental microplastics (EMPs), even at nanoscale, are increasingly present in the environment, their availability and physical and chemical effects on marine organisms are poorly documented. In the present study, we primarily investigated the

distribution and toxicological effects of environmental

As the smallest environmental microplastics (EMPs), even at nanoscale, are increasingly present in the environment, their availability and physical and chemical effects on marine organisms are poorly documented. In the present study, we primarily investigated the additives as tracers of microplastic sources in Japanese road Plastic waste and microplastic pollution has been reported around the world. Up to 80% of marine plastic debris is derived from land, thus it is important to identify the terrestrial sources of microplastics to reduce their environmental impact. In this study, the

Environmental Impacts of Microplastics and Nanoplastics: A

15/12/2021 · Effects of microplastics and nanoplastics on marine environment and human health. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 27, –. doi: 10.1007/s-020–x [] [] [Google Scholar] Sánchez C. (2020). Fungal potential for the degradation of petroleum-based. Marine litter plastics and microplastics and their toxic 18/4/2018 · Their adsorption to microplastics, combined with the harsher environmental conditions of low temperature and salinity, combined also with low light and low oxygen content in subsurface waters and sediments, may also enhance their persistence in marine].

Environmental Impacts of Microplastics and Nanoplastics: A

15/12/2021 · Effects of microplastics and nanoplastics on marine environment and human health. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 27, –. doi: 10.1007/s-020–x [] [] [Google Scholar] Sánchez C. (2020). Fungal potential for the degradation of petroleum-based. From plastics to microplastics and organisms1/4/2021 · As such, they have received attention in efforts to monitor microplastics in the marine environment (Fig. 1). Mussels, as well as other bivalve mollusks, are important organisms in marine food webs and can contribute to the transfer of microplastics to organisms at higher trophic levels [ 23 ].

Chemicals (POPs and EDCs) in Marine Litter Plastics: Fate in

Other plastic additives of concern in the marine environment include chlorinated paraffins 5 [50] added as flame retardants; polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) included in PVC coatings/paints, and sometimes released as fine particles from abrasive blasting from (e.g., bridges into waters in tonnes scale 1 Toxics | Free Full-Text | First Assessment of Plasticizers i 4/2/2021 · Micro and nanoplastics are harmful to marine life due to their high level of fragmentation and resistance to degradation. Over the past two decades, marine coastal sediment has shown an increasing amount of microplastics being a sort of trap for debris wastes or chemicals. In such an environment some species may be successful candidates to be used as monitors of environmental and health

Marine litter plastics and microplastics and their toxic

18/4/2018 · Their adsorption to microplastics, combined with the harsher environmental conditions of low temperature and salinity, combined also with low light and low oxygen content in subsurface waters and sediments, may also enhance their persistence in marine]. Chemicals (POPs and EDCs) in Marine Litter Plastics: Fate in Other plastic additives of concern in the marine environment include chlorinated paraffins 5 [50] added as flame retardants; polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) included in PVC coatings/paints, and sometimes released as fine particles from abrasive blasting from (e.g., bridges into waters in tonnes scale 1

Abstracts

Examining the use of marine bivalves as indicators of microplastic pollution in the environment J. Evan Ward, Shiye Zhao, Bridget A. Holohan, Kayla M. Mladinich, Tyler W. Griffin, Jennifer Wozniak & Sandra E. Shumway Abstract: Microplastics (MP) of various shapes and compositions have contaminated marine waters worldwide. Marine litter plastics and microplastics and their toxic 18/4/2018 · Persistent plastics, with an estimated lifetime for degradation of hundreds of years in marine conditions, can break up into micro- and nanoplastics over shorter timescales, thus facilitating their uptake by marine biota throughout the food chain. These polymers may contain chemical additives and contaminants, including some known endocrine disruptors that may be harmful at extremely low