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Year 2020, Volume 2, Issue 2, 79 - 91, 26.08.2020
https://doi.org/10.38058/ijsl.771276

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References

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  • Sanchez-Fortun, S., Sanz-Barrera, F., & Barahona-Gomariz, M. V. 1995. Acute toxicities of selected insecticides to the aquatic arthropod Artemia salina. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology, 54(1), 76-82.
  • Tubia, I., Prasad, K., Perez-Lorenzo, E., Abadin, C., Zumarraga, M., Oyanguren, I., Barbero, F., Paredes, J., Arana, S. 2018. Beverage spoilage yeast detection methods and control technologies: A review of Brettanomyces. Int J Food Microbiol, 283, 65-76.
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  • U.S. Food & Drug Administration. 2012. Food Additives & Ingredients - Questions and Answers on Monosodium glutamate (MSG). https://www.fda.gov/ food/ingredientspackaginglabeling/ foodadditivesingredients/ ucm328728.html.
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An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?

Year 2020, Volume 2, Issue 2, 79 - 91, 26.08.2020
https://doi.org/10.38058/ijsl.771276

Abstract

Activated carbon, one of the most important adsorbents used in the industry, is a general definition used to describe carbon adsorbents, which have a large crystal and amorphous structure and wide internal pores. Activated carbon, which has started to be used in many fields in recent years, is observed to be preferred as an important additive in the food industry. This study aimed to investigate the reliability of the use of activated carbon as a food additive in different model organisms, such as Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna. To this end, the organisms were kept alive in nutrient media containing activated carbon at different concentrations (0.1 mgmL-1, 0.5 mgmL-1, 1 mgmL-1, 2.5 mgmL-1, and 5 mgmL-1), and changes that occurred in their percentage of survival were determined for 48 h. According to the data obtained, for all three organisms, it was found that in comparison with the control group, there was no decrease in survival percentages in any of the experimental groups in which activated carbon was used. On the contrary, there were increases depending on concentration. Especially in A.salina, the percentage of survival, which was 78 % in the control group, increased up to 87 % (P <0.05). As a result of the study, it was concluded that activated carbon at the specified doses might be used reliably as a food additive. It was evaluated that these results should be supported by in vivo and in vitro studies to be conducted in different organisms.

References

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  • Akyıldız, H. 2007. Activated carbon production from the olive kernel with H3PO4 activation with H3PO4 Activation. Yildiz Technical University, Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, M.Sc., Istanbul, Turkey, 115 p.
  • Bernal, M., Ruiz M.O., Geanta, R.M., Benito, J.M., Escudero, I. 2016. Colour removal from beet molasses by ultrafiltration with activated charcoal. Chem Eng J, 283, 313-332.
  • Capson-Tojo, G., Moscoviz, R., Ruiz, D., Santa-Catalina, G., Trably, E., Rouez, M., Crest, M., Steyer, J., Bernet, N. 2018. Addition of granular activated carbon and trace elements to favor volatile fatty acid consumption during anaerobic digestion of food waste, Bioresour Technol, 260, 157-168.
  • Çataltaş, A. İ. 1983. (Translation from SHREVE R. N, BRINK J.A), Chemical Process Industries 1 [Chemical Process Industries 1], 1st Edition 170-192, Inkılap - Aka Basımevi, Istanbul).
  • Demirel, T. 2011. Investigation of the acute toxic effect of zinc on Daphnia magna (straus, 1820) (crustacea: cladocera) [An investigation of the acute toxic effect of zinc on Daphnia magna (straus, 1820) (crustacea: cladocera)]. Ankara University Institute of Science. Biology department master thesis.
  • Dermanlı, Y. 2006. Active carbon production from food fabricated waste and bleaching soybean oil performance performance [Production of activated carbon from food fabrication waste and investigation of bleaching performance in soybean oil], Istanbul Technical University, Science AnabilimDalı Sciences Institute of Food Engineering, M.Sc., Istanbul, Turkey, 52 s.
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  • Güneş, E. 2016. Drosophila in nutrients and nutritional studies [Drosophila in nutrients and nutritional studies]. Journal of Agriculture and Nature, 19 (3), 236.
  • Henning, K. D and Degel J. 1990. Activated Carbon for Solvent Recovery, At the Meeting of the European Rotogravure Association Engineers Grup Mulhouse, France.
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  • Kobayashi, K., Tanaka, M., Tanabe, S., Yatsukawa, Y., Tanaka, M. 2018. Distinguishing acid in foodstuffs and monosodium glutamate used as seasoning by stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios. Heliyon, 4, 1-17.
  • Köseoğlu, E. 2005. Active Activation of Carbon by Chemical Activation from Agricultural By-Products, Characterization and Cation Adsorption from Aqueous Solution [The Obtainment and Characterization of Activated Carbon by Chemical Activation from Agricultural By-Products, and the Cation Adsorption from Aqueous Solution] Thesis, İnönü University, 93 p.
  • Lisanti, M. T., Gambuti, A., Genovese, A., Piombino, P., Moio, L. 2017. Treatment by fining agents of red wine affected by phenolic offodour. Eur Food Res and Technol, 243(3), 501-510.
  • Liu, Y., Huo, Z., Song, Z., Zhang, C., Ren, D., Zhong, H. Jin, F. 2019. Preparing a magnetic activated carbon with expired beverage as carbon source and KOH as activator. J Taiwan Inst Chem Eng, 96, 575-587.
  • Menderez-Diaz, J. A., Gullon, M. 2006. Types of carbon adsorbents and their production. Interface Sci and technol, 7, 1-48.
  • Mohd, N.I., Gopal, K., Raoov, M., Mohamad, S., Yahaya, N., Lim, V., Zain, N.N.M. 2019. Evaluation of a magnetic activated charcoal modified with nonionic silicone surfactant as a new magnetic solid phase extraction sorbent with triazine herbicides as model compounds in selected milk and rice samples. Talanta, 196, 217- 225.
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  • Olgun, B., Erdem, A., Asiltürk, M., Doğan, G. 2017. Evaluation of Volatile Organic Compound Removal in Ambient Air with Nanoparticle-Attached Activated Carbon [An Evaluation of the Removal of Volatile Organic Compounds in Ambient Air with Nanoparticle Attached Activated Carbon]. VII. National Air Pollution and Control Symposium on 1-3 November 2017 in Antalya, Turkey, 830-841.
  • Ozmak, M. 2010. Activated Carbon Production from Biomass Waste]. Ankara University, Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, PhD Thesis, Ankara, Turkey, 185s.
  • Patrick, J.W. 1995. Porosity in Carbons, Edward Arnold, London.
  • Quintela, S., Villaran, M. C., Armentia, I.L., Elejalde, E. 2013. Ochratoxin A removal in wine: A review. Food Control, 30, 439-445.
  • Sanchez-Fortun, S., Sanz-Barrera, F., & Barahona-Gomariz, M. V. 1995. Acute toxicities of selected insecticides to the aquatic arthropod Artemia salina. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology, 54(1), 76-82.
  • Tubia, I., Prasad, K., Perez-Lorenzo, E., Abadin, C., Zumarraga, M., Oyanguren, I., Barbero, F., Paredes, J., Arana, S. 2018. Beverage spoilage yeast detection methods and control technologies: A review of Brettanomyces. Int J Food Microbiol, 283, 65-76.
  • Turkmen, Ş.N. 2015. Development of biochar production methods from various fruit peels [Development of biochar production methods from various fruit peels]. Yildiz Technical University, Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, M.Sc., Istanbul, Turkey, 81 p.
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  • Wang, F., Liang, J., Wang, W. Fu, D., Xiao, W. 2017. A new and efficient method for purification of poly-γ- glutamic acid from high viscosity fermentation broth. Trop J Pharm Res, 16(6), 1267-1275.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Basic Sciences
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Mehmet FİDAN> (Primary Author)
Institute of Science, Amasya University
0000-0001-9016-6730
Türkiye


Arif AYAR>
Sabuncuoğlu Şerefeddin Vocational School of Health Services, Amasya University
0000-0003-0473-4653
Türkiye

Publication Date August 26, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 2, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { ijsl771276, journal = {International Journal of Science Letters}, eissn = {2687-4733}, address = {Amasya University, Central Research Laboratory, 05100 İpekköy-AMASYA}, publisher = {Amasya University}, year = {2020}, volume = {2}, number = {2}, pages = {79 - 91}, doi = {10.38058/ijsl.771276}, title = {An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?}, key = {cite}, author = {Fidan, Mehmet and Ayar, Arif} }
APA Fidan, M. & Ayar, A. (2020). An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable? . International Journal of Science Letters , 2 (2) , 79-91 . DOI: 10.38058/ijsl.771276
MLA Fidan, M. , Ayar, A. "An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?" . International Journal of Science Letters 2 (2020 ): 79-91 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijsl/issue/56491/771276>
Chicago Fidan, M. , Ayar, A. "An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?". International Journal of Science Letters 2 (2020 ): 79-91
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ISNAD Fidan, Mehmet , Ayar, Arif . "An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?". International Journal of Science Letters 2 / 2 (August 2020): 79-91 . https://doi.org/10.38058/ijsl.771276
AMA Fidan M. , Ayar A. An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?. IJSL. 2020; 2(2): 79-91.
Vancouver Fidan M. , Ayar A. An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?. International Journal of Science Letters. 2020; 2(2): 79-91.
IEEE M. Fidan and A. Ayar , "An in vivo study on Drosophila melanogaster, Artemia salina, and Daphnia magna: Is activated carbon used as a food additive reliable?", International Journal of Science Letters, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 79-91, Aug. 2020, doi:10.38058/ijsl.771276