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Bob B M Wong – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • fish on steroids temperature dependent effects of 17β trenbolone on predator escape boldness and exploratory behaviors
    Environmental Pollution, 2019
    Co-Authors: Annelie Lagesson, Minna Saaristo, Tomas Brodin, Jerker Fick, Jonatan Klaminder, Jake M Martin, Bob B M Wong

    Abstract:

    Hormonal growth promoters (HGPs), widely used in beef cattle production globally, make their way into the environment as Agricultural Effluent with potential impacts on aquatic ecosystems. One MPG …

  • Fish on steroids : Temperature dependent effects of 17β-trenbolone on anti-predator, risk-taking and exploratory behaviours
    , 2018
    Co-Authors: Annelie Lagesson, Minna Saaristo, Tomas Brodin, Jerker Fick, Jonatan Klaminder, Jake M Martin, Bob B M Wong

    Abstract:

    Hormonal growth promoters (HGPs), widely used in beef cattle production globally, make their way into the environment as Agricultural Effluent—with potential impacts on aquatic ecosystems. One HPG …

Carmen Ponce-caballero – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Agricultural Effluent treatment in biobed systems using novel substrates from southeastern Mexico: the relationship with physicochemical parameters of biomixtures.
    Environmental science and pollution research international, 2017
    Co-Authors: Virgilio René Góngora-echeverría, Carlos Quintal-franco, German Giácoman-vallejos, Fabrice Martin-laurent, Carmen Ponce-caballero

    Abstract:

    Misuse of pesticides in farming activities leads to contamination of drinking water sources and is responsible for animal and human health problems. The biobeds are practicable option to minimize contamination by pesticides during preparation, use and washing of equipment for pesticide treatments. This research aimed at testing substrate mixtures to optimize biobed efficiency to remove pesticides under the climate of the Yucatan (Mexico). Agricultural soil and 11 mixtures adding vegetable compost, sisal pulp, corn stover and seaweed were tested under controlled conditions. Each biomixture was exposed to a mixture of five pesticides (2,4-diclorophenoxyacetic acid “2,4-D” [1.08 mg cm-3], atrazine [2.50 mg cm-3], carbofuran [0.23 mg cm-3], diazinon [0.34 mg cm-3], and glyphosate [0.36 mg cm-3]) in a period of 41 days. Monitoring of the dissipation of pesticide residues showed that pesticides were quickly dissipated in soil at microcosm level experiment, while at two critical times of 20 and 41 days, all mixtures of substrates (biomixtures) were efficient in dissipation of high concentrations of pesticide in a short time (>99%). Time, biomixture and type of pesticide were shown to be the main parameters influencing pesticide dissipation (P 

  • Agricultural Effluent treatment in biobed systems using novel substrates from southeastern Mexico: the relationship with physicochemical parameters of biomixtures
    Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017
    Co-Authors: Virgilio René Góngora-echeverría, Fabrice Martin, Carlos Quintal-franco, German Giácoman-vallejos, Carmen Ponce-caballero

    Abstract:

    Misuse of pesticides in farming activities leads to contamination of drinking water sources and is responsible for animal and human health problems. The biobeds are practicable option to minimize contamination by pesticides during preparation, use and washing of equipment for pesticide treatments. This research aimed at testing substrate mixtures to optimize biobed efficiency to remove pesticides under the climate of the Yucatan (México). Agricultural soil and 11 mixtures adding vegetable compost, sisal pulp, corn stover and seaweed were tested under controlled conditions. Each biomixture was exposed to a mixture of five pesticides (2,4-diclorophenoxyacetic acid “2,4-D” [1.08 mg cm−3], atrazine [2.50 mg cm−3], carbofuran [0.23 mg cm−3], diazinon [0.34 mg cm−3], and glyphosate [0.36 mg cm−3]) in a period of 41 days. Monitoring of the dissipation of pesticide residues showed that pesticides were quickly dissipated in soil at microcosm level experiment, while at two critical times of 20 and 41 days, all mixtures of substrates (biomixtures) were efficient in dissipation of high concentrations of pesticide in a short time (>99%). Time, biomixture and type of pesticide were shown to be the main parameters influencing pesticide dissipation (P 

Annelie Lagesson – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • fish on steroids temperature dependent effects of 17β trenbolone on predator escape boldness and exploratory behaviors
    Environmental Pollution, 2019
    Co-Authors: Annelie Lagesson, Minna Saaristo, Tomas Brodin, Jerker Fick, Jonatan Klaminder, Jake M Martin, Bob B M Wong

    Abstract:

    Hormonal growth promoters (HGPs), widely used in beef cattle production globally, make their way into the environment as Agricultural Effluent with potential impacts on aquatic ecosystems. One MPG …

  • Fish on steroids : Temperature dependent effects of 17β-trenbolone on anti-predator, risk-taking and exploratory behaviours
    , 2018
    Co-Authors: Annelie Lagesson, Minna Saaristo, Tomas Brodin, Jerker Fick, Jonatan Klaminder, Jake M Martin, Bob B M Wong

    Abstract:

    Hormonal growth promoters (HGPs), widely used in beef cattle production globally, make their way into the environment as Agricultural Effluent—with potential impacts on aquatic ecosystems. One HPG …