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Citation of. Inhibition of Mussel Suspension Feeding by Surfactants of Three Classes

Citation of. Inhibition of Mussel Suspension Feeding by Surfactants of Three Classes

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Citation of. Inhibition of mussel suspension feeding by surfactants of three classesOstroumov S.A., Widdows J.Inhibition of mussel suspension feeding by surfactants of three classes(2006) Hydrobiologia, 556 (1) , pp. 381-386.Cited by:**Document titleAuthor(s)DateSource titleCited by1Sewage-exposed marine invertebrates: Survival rates and microbiological accumulationStabili, L., Terlizzi, A., Cavallo, R.A.2013Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20 (3) , pp. 1606-1616
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Istituto per l'Ambiente Marino Costiero Sezione di Taranto A. Cerruti-CNR, via Roma 3, 74100 Taranto, Italy
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Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie Biologiche ed Ambientali, Università del Salento, CoNISMa, 73100 Lecce, Italy
 Abstract
 A large number of bacteria, including agents responsible for diseases, characterise sewage-pollutedseawaters. Apart from standards for bathing waters and bivalve aquaculture waters, there are no generalmicrobiological standards applicable to seawaters to help decide if bacterial pollution is within acceptableranges. This study represents an attempt towards the issue of comparing the susceptibility of differentmarine invertebrates subjected to polluted seawater with a high microbial contamination. We explored thesurvival rates and the microbiological accumulation of mollusc bivalves, echinoderms and crustaceansspecies exposed to sewage-polluted seawaters. Microbiological analyses were performed on the pollutedseawater and on the homogenates of exposed and unexposed specimens. Culturable bacteria (22 °C and37 °C) and microbial pollution indicators (total coliforms, Escherichia coli and intestinal enterococci) weremeasured. When exposed to the sewage-polluted seawater, the examined invertebrates showed differentsurvival rates. In the filter feeders, bacterial densities at 22 °C and 37 °C rose after 96 h of exposure to
 
sewage. The highest concentrations of total coliforms and intestinal enterococci were found in exposedbivalve Mytilus galloprovincialis. The concentrations of bacteria growing at 37 °C were lower in theexposed deposit feeders compared to the polluted seawater. Some yeasts were absent in severalexposed species although these yeasts were present in the polluted seawater. Our data suggest that theexamined filter feeders, given their capability to survive and accumulate bacteria, may counteract theeffects of sewage and restore seawater quality. © 2012 Springer-Verlag.
 Author keywords
Bioremediation; Deposit feeders; Filter feeders; Microbial pollution indicators; Sewage pollution; Yeasts
Indexed keywords
GEOBASE Subject Index:
bioaccumulation; data processing; invertebrate; marine ecosystem; microbialcommunity; microbiology; seawater; survival; water pollution; water quality
Species Index:
Bacteria (microorganisms); Bivalvia; Crustacea; Echinodermata; Enterococcus;Escherichia coli; Invertebrata; Mollusca; Mytilus galloprovincialis
ISSN:
09441344
CODEN:
ESPLE
Source Type:
Journal
Original language:
English
DOI:
10.1007/s11356-012-1103-x
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