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Year 2017, Volume 32, Issue 4, 178 - 183, 30.09.2017
https://doi.org/10.18864/TJAS201716

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ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY

Year 2017, Volume 32, Issue 4, 178 - 183, 30.09.2017
https://doi.org/10.18864/TJAS201716

Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the concentrations of cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) in gill and muscle tissues of ten commercial fish caught from the Gulf of Gemlik, Marmara Sea, Turkey. Ten commer-cially important marine fish species were obtained monthly from the local fishermen. The Cd and Pb levels in muscle and gill tissues of the fish samples were evaluated using atomic absorption spectropho-tometer (Shimadzu 6701, Shimadzu, Tokyo, Japan). In July 2011, the highest concentrations of Cd were found in the gill tissue of Sardinella maderensis, Solea vulgaris and Belone belone (3.62, 3.46 and 3.05µg g-1, respectively). In March 2011, the highest concentrations of lead were observed in the gill tissues of S. vulgaris and B. Belone (9.48 and 6.74 µg g-1, respectively), and the muscle tissue of S. maderensis (7.07 µg g-1). Generally, the levels of Cd and Pb were found very high for the than the tolerance limits of Turkish Food Codex, European Union (EU) and the World Health Organization (WHO) standards. 

References

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  • Anonymous, (2006). Official Journal of the European Union. Setting maximum levels for certain contaminants in foodstuffs. Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1881/2006: 364: 5-24.
  • Anonymous, (2008). Official Gazette of Republic of Turkey. Notifications about maximum lev- els for certain contaminants in foodstuffs (In Turkish). Turkish Food Codex No. 2008/26, Issue: 26879.
  • Araujo, C.V.M., & Cedeno-Macias, L.A., (2016). Heavy metals in yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) and common dolphin fish (Coryphaena hippurus) landed on the Ecuadorian coast. Science of the Total Environment, 54, 149-154.
  • Atobatele, O.E., & Olutona, G.O., (2015). Distri- bution of three nonessential trace metals (Cd, Hg and Pb) in the organs of fish from Aiba Reservoir, Iwo, Nigeria. Toxicology Reports, 2, 896-903.
  • Balkıs, N., Aksu, A., Hicsonmez, H., (2013). Pollution monitoring using Mytilus galloprovincialis and Fishes: A case study on the Southern Black Sea Shelf. Asian Journal of Chemistry, 25, 450-454.
  • Bat, L., Sezgin, M., Ustun, F., Sahin, F., (2012). Heavy metal concentrations in ten species of fishes caught in Sinop coastal waters of the Black Sea, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 12, 371-376.
  • Chahid, A., Hilali, M., Benlhachimi, A., Bouzid, T., (2014). Contents of cadmium, mercury and lead in fish from the Atlantic Sea (Morocco) determined by atomic absorption spectrometry. Food Chemistry, 147, 357-360.
  • Creti, P., Trinchella, F., Scudiero, R., (2010). Heavy metal abioaccumulation and metallothionein content in tissues of the sea bream Sparus aurata from three different fi farming systems. Environmental Monitoring, 165, 321-329.
  • Dogan, E. & S. Burak., (2007). Ship-originated pollution in the Istanbul Strait (Bosphorus) and Marmara Sea. Journal of Coastal Re- search, 23, 388-394.
  • Fishbase, (2016). http://www.fishbase.org/search.php
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  • Gu, Y.G., Lin, Q., Wang, X.H., Du, F.Y., Yu, Z.L., Huang, H.H., (2015). Heavy metal concentrations in wild fishes captured from the South China Sea and associated health risks. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 96, 508-512.
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  • Makedonski, L., Peycheva, K., Stancheva, M., (2015). Determination of some heavy metal of selected Black Sea fish species. Food Control, 20, 1-6.
  • Monteiro, V., Cavalcante, D.G.S.M., Viléla, M.B.F.A., Sofia, S.H., Martinez, C.B.R., (2011). In vivo and invitro exposures for the evaluation of the genotoxic effects of lead on the Neotropical freshwater fish Prochilodus lineatus. Aquatic Toxicology, 104, 291-298.
  • Olmedo, P., Pla, A., Hernandez, A.F., Barbier, F., Ayouni, L., Gil, F., (2013). Determination of toxic elements (mercury, cadmium, lead, tin and arsenic) in fish and shellfish samples. Risk assessment for the consumers. Environment International, 59, 63-72.
  • Ordiano-Flores, A., Galvan-Magana, F., Rosiles-Martinez, R., (2011). Bioaccumulation of mercury in muscle tissue of yellowfin tuna, Thunnus albacares of the eastern Pacific Ocean. Biological Trace Elements Research, 144, 606-620.
  • Scudiero, R., Creti, P., Trinchella, F., Esposito, M.G., (2014). Evaluation of cadmium, lead and metallothionein contents in the tissues of mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) from the Campania coast (Italy): Levels and seasonal trends. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 337, 451-458.
  • Tuzen, M., (2009). Toxic and essential trace ele- mental contents in fish species from the Black Sea, Turkey. Food Chemical Toxicology, 47, 1785-1790. UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme), (1991). Determination of total Cd, Zn, Pb and Cu in selected marine organisms by flameless AAS. Reference Methods for Marine Pollu- tion Studies. No.11. Rev.1.
  • Unlu, S., Topcuoglu, S., Alpar, B., Kırbasoglu, C., Yılmaz, Y.Z., (2008). Heavy metal pollution in surface sediments and mussel samples in the Gulf of Gemlik. Environmental Monitor- ing Assessment, 144, 169-178.
  • WHO (World Health Organization), (1995). In- organic Lead, Environmental Health Criteria 165. International Labour Organization and the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Zaza, S, de Balogh, K., Palmery, M., Pastorelli, A., Stacchini, P., (2015). Human exposure in Italy to lead, cadmium and mercury through fish and seafood product consumption from Eastern Central Atlantic Fishing Area. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 40, 148-153.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Science
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Figen KAYHAN
Marmara University, Science Faculty, Biology Department, Istanbul
0000-0001-7754-1356
Türkiye


Nilüfer BÜYÜKURGANCI This is me
Department of Biology, Marmara University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, İstanbul
0000-0002-6699-9537
Türkiye


Güllü KAYMAK
Department of Biology, Sakarya University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Sakarya
0000-0001-6309-0208
Türkiye

Publication Date September 30, 2017
Application Date May 5, 2017
Acceptance Date June 29, 2017
Published in Issue Year 2017, Volume 32, Issue 4

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Bibtex @research article { ase310687, journal = {Aquatic Sciences and Engineering}, issn = {2602-473X}, eissn = {2602-473X}, address = {}, publisher = {Istanbul University}, year = {2017}, volume = {32}, pages = {178 - 183}, doi = {10.18864/TJAS201716}, title = {ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY}, key = {cite}, author = {Kayhan, Figen and Büyükurgancı, Nilüfer and Kaymak, Güllü} }
APA Kayhan, F. , Büyükurgancı, N. & Kaymak, G. (2017). ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY . Aquatic Sciences and Engineering , 32 (4) , 178-183 . DOI: 10.18864/TJAS201716
MLA Kayhan, F. , Büyükurgancı, N. , Kaymak, G. "ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY" . Aquatic Sciences and Engineering 32 (2017 ): 178-183 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ase/issue/31288/310687>
Chicago Kayhan, F. , Büyükurgancı, N. , Kaymak, G. "ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY". Aquatic Sciences and Engineering 32 (2017 ): 178-183
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ISNAD Kayhan, Figen , Büyükurgancı, Nilüfer , Kaymak, Güllü . "ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY". Aquatic Sciences and Engineering 32 / 4 (September 2017): 178-183 . https://doi.org/10.18864/TJAS201716
AMA Kayhan F. , Büyükurgancı N. , Kaymak G. ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY. Aqua Sci Eng. 2017; 32(4): 178-183.
Vancouver Kayhan F. , Büyükurgancı N. , Kaymak G. ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY. Aquatic Sciences and Engineering. 2017; 32(4): 178-183.
IEEE F. Kayhan , N. Büyükurgancı and G. Kaymak , "ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GEMLİK, MARMARA SEA, TURKEY", Aquatic Sciences and Engineering, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 178-183, Sep. 2017, doi:10.18864/TJAS201716

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