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Biological Effects of Surfactants. Book.

by: S. A. Ostroumov (2006) Key: citeulike:9744280


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http://www.scribd.com/doc/64066178/; Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p., tab. Bibliogr. on pages 203-243 and 250-253. Subject Index: p.255-279. ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. ISBN 13: 9780849325267. [Electronic book text: ISBN: 6610517002; ISBN 13: 9786610517008; Publication date: 15 December 2005]; ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. (Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences, awarded in 2006). http://scipeople.com/publication/67906/ ; The book summarizes the 20-year research done by the author and over 90 author's research publications in many Russian and international editions as well as hundreds of publications of other scientists. The book contains new detailed information on the results of the authors studies of the biological effects of synthetic surfactants and detergents on autotrophic and heterotrophic, prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. The chemicals included anionic, non-ionic and cationic surfactants, as well as several types of detergents. The freshwater and marine organisms studied included bacteria and cyanobacteria, algae, flagellates, seedlings of higher plants, and invertebrates (mollusks, annelids). The results are discussed and analyzed in connection with new priorities in assessing the ecological hazards of chemical pollution and xenobiotics on the biosphere and hydrosphere, studying water purification in aquatic ecosystems, and setting new priorities in the area of environmental protection. The book is of interest to scientists who conduct research in relevant areas of ecology, limnology, oceanography, hydrobiology, environmental sciences, water sciences, geosciences, the science of the biosphere and global change, ecotoxicology, as well as to university professors, graduate students and educators. The book is also of interest to those who are involved in environmental management and assessment, environmental law and regulation. The book is also of interest to companies that make dispersants to clean oil spills, shampoos, laundry detergents, detergents for cars, and other detergents. Opinion of Dr. Steven C. McCutcheon about the book, from his Preface: "I am pleased to have this opportunity to comment on the scientific leadership of Sergei A. Ostroumov. The book is highly recommended to those who are involved in studying ecology and solving environmental problems". - Steven C. McCutcheon, Ph.D., University of Georgia and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; President of the American Society of Ecological Engineering. ** Contents: ** Anthropogenic Impacts and Synthetic Surfactans as Pollutants of Aquatic Ecosystems: ** * Criteria and Priorities in Assessing the Hazardous Impacts on Aquatic Biota; ** * Ecological Hazard and Ecosystemic Consequences of the Effect of Anthropogenic Substances on Aquatic Organisms; ** * Biological Effects of Substances and the Need of Refining the Arsenal of Biotesting Methods; ** * Substantiating the Need for Further Research into Biological Effects of Synthetic Surfactants; ** * Ambiguity of Biological Effects Caused by Surfactants; ** * Pollution of Aquatic Ecosystems by Synthetic Surfactants; ** * Synthetic Surfactants and Self-Purification of Water Including its Filtration by Mollusks; Organisms and Methods: ** * Organisms: Substantiation of Choice and Aspects of Methods Used; ** * Chemical Substances Used; Biological Activity of Waters Contains Anionic Surfactants: ** * Biological Effects of Alkyl Sulfates. Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS); ** * Biological Effects of Alkyl Benzene Sulfonates (ABS); ** * Biological Effects of High-Polymer Synthetic Surfactants; Biological Activity of Waters Containing Nonionogenic Surfactants: ** * Biological effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants in a System With Bacteria; ** * Biological Effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants on Phytoplankton Organisms; ** * Biological Effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants on Higher Eukaryotes; ** * Biological Effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants and Their Hazards to Aquatic Ecosystems; Biological Activity of Waters Containing Cationic Surfactants: ** * Biological Effects of Surfactant Ethonium; ** * Biological Effects of Surfactant Tetradecyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide (TDTMA); ** * Biological Effects of Surfactant Benzethonium Chloride; ** * Other Data on the Biological Activities of Cationic Surfactants; Biological Effects of Surfactant-Containing Mixtures and Other Preparations: ** * Impact of Aquatic Media with SurfactantContaining Mixtures on Aquatic Organisms (Hydrobionts): Earlier Works; ** * New results on the Impact of Surfactant-Containing Mixtures on Autotrophic Organisms; ** * New results on the Impact of SurfactantContaining Mixtures on Heterotrophic Organisms; ** * Assessment of the Biological Activities of Other Preparations and Samples; Biological Effects of Synthetic Surfactants and Participation of Aquatic Organisms in Water Purification: ** * Self-purification of Water and the Role of Aquatic Organisms in Aquatic Ecosystems; ** * Water Purification and Some Applied Problems; ** * Anthropogenic Impact on Hydrobionts: Assessment of the Ecological Hazards; ** Index ** http://www.chipsbooks.com/biosurfc.htm; ** http://crcpress.com/product/isbn/9780849325267;jsessionid=ShsQvSwphWQcI1uwtLXcmQ**; ** Published reviews of the book: ** Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC / Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006, 279 p., ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. - SciTech Book News, 2006 (March), Vol.30, No.1, p.58; [ISSN 0196-6006] http://www.booknews.com/issues/sci-0603.pdf [a mini-review of the book; publisher: Book News, Inc.; 5739 NE Sumner St.; Portland Oregon, 97218, U.S.A. Formal description of the journal: Reviews of new high-level books in all fields of science. Encompasses graduate level texts, serious scholarly treatises, and professional references;

http://library.vtc.edu.hk/ejournalsearch/Detail.do?query=SciTech+Book+News]; ** Prof. Toderas I.K. (Academician-Secretary of the Department of the Biological, Chemical, and Ecological Sciences of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova), Ermakov V.V. (Professor, head of the laboratory, Institute of Geochemistry, RAS). Novelty about ecological hazards of the chemicals that pollute aquatic environment. A review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. (CRC Press., Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p.). // Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences (Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vietii). 2007, 2, .169-172. Bibliogr. 10 refs. ["The book is a new significant step toward better knowledge and understanding the effects of chemical pollution on the biosphere" (p. 172)]. ** Prof. Petrosyan V.S. Review of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. - Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2007. vol. 12, p.117-119 (in English). ** Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. Bulletin Samarskaya Luka. - 2007. - V. 16, 4(22). - P. 864867. Bibliogr. 10 refs. http://www.ssc.smr.ru/media/journals/samluka/2007/16_4_22.pdf ** Review of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. // Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007. 2 (4). p.108. ** Review of the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Biological Effects of Surfactants (2006). - Ecologica, 2008. .15, No. 51, p. 71-72. (YU ISSN 0354-3285; Belgrade; in English). ** Prof. Ermakov V.V. Review of the book: : Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. Toxicological Review [Toksikologicheskij Vestnik], 2009, No. 2, p. 40 ( = .. . : Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. // , 2009, 2, .40). ** Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007, No.2 (4), 108. ** Review of the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Biological Effects of Surfactants (2006). - Ecologica, 2008. .15, No. 51, p. 71-72. (YU ISSN 0354-3285; Belgrade; in English).
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Added 2011-09-09 List of a series of relevant publications of the same author, Dr.S.A.O., with sites where full texts are available online free:http://www.scribd.com/doc/58228788/; these institutions worldwide have cited the publications (biology, ecology, environment) authored by Dr. S.A. O. http://www.scribd.com/doc/60225505/; Key discoveries, innovations by the same author: http://www.scribd.com/doc/61828106/; More info on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Sergeiost;

Added 2011-09-09 Previously, the hazards from detergents and synthetic surfactants were underestimated. The new facts open our eyes to better see the new hazards to the environment and water quality. New insight into hazards from low, sublethal concentrations of pollutants and mild, non-lethal effects of those low concentrations on organisms; New priorities in monitoring, and environmental protection; To provide better environmental protection; To ensure water sustainability Added 2011-09-09 Who cited this book (examples):

Mutagenesis, Volume22, Issue 6, p. 363-370. Benzalkonium chloride (BAC) and dimethyldioctadecyl-ammonium bromide (DDAB), two common quaternary ammonium compounds, cause genotoxic effects in mammalian and plant cells at environmentally relevant concentrations. F. Ferk, M. Mik1, C. Hoelzl, M. Uhl2, M. Fuerhacker3, B. Grillitsch4, W. Parzefall, A. Nersesyan, K.

Miieta1, T. Grummt5, V. Ehrlich and S. Knasmller*; - Author Affiliations: Institute of Cancer Research, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; 1Department of Botany, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia; 2Federal Environment Agency Austria, Vienna, Austria; 3University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria; 4University of Veterinary Medicine, Laboratory of Ecotoxicology, Vienna, Austria; 5German Environmental Protection Agency, Bad Elster, Germany; *To whom correspondence should be addressed. Tel: +43 1 427765142; M.B. Yagci, S. Bolca, J.P.A. Heuts, W. Ming, G. de With. Self-stratifying antimicrobial polyurethane coatings. - Progress in Organic Coatings. 2011. In press; doi:10.1016/j.porgcoat.2011.04.021. M.B. Yagci a, S. Bolca b, J.P.A. Heuts c, W. Ming a, G. de With a, a Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology, 5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands; b Laboratory of Microbial Ecology and Technology (LabMET), Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University, B-9000, Ghent, Belgium; c Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology, 5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands; http://www.scribd.com/doc/58216082/; J. Saudi Chem. Soc., Vol. 12, No. 4; pp. 489-514 (2008); SURFACTANTS PART 1: OVERVIEW ON THEIR PHYSICAL PROPERTIES. Hamad A. AlLohedan* and Fawzia F. Al-Blewi Department of Chemistry, King Saud University, P.O. Box 2455, Riyadh-11451, Saudi Arabia; Nanosized Photocatalysts in Environmental Remediation. Jess P. Wilcoxon, Billie L. Abrams; Published Online: 15 JUL 2010; DOI: 10.1002/9783527628155.nanotech012; Copyright 2010 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. Wilcoxon, J. P. and Abrams, B. L. 2010. Nanosized Photocatalysts in Environmental Remediation. Nanotechnology. 51124. Author Information: 1 University of Birmingham, Nanophysics Research Laboratory, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 2 Danish Technical University, Department of Physics Nano DTU Center for Integrated Nanoparticle Functionality (CINF), Kongens Lyngby, Denmark; ** The Biologist (Lima, Peru) 2010, 8:43-53. ISSN 1816-0719. EFECTO DE UN DETERGENTE BIODEGRADABLE EN AGUA EN LA REPRODUCCIN DE DAPHNIA MAGNA [=EFFECT OF A BIODEGRADABLE DETERGENT IN WATER ON DAPHNIA MAGNA REPRODUCTION] Castiglioni, M.1,2 & Collins, P.1,2; 1 Escuela Superior de Sanidad- FBCB- UNL. Cuidad Universitaria Pje El Pozo s/n, 3000 Santa Fe , Argentina. 2 Instituto Nacional de Limnologa- CONICET-UNL. Cuidad Universitaria Pje El Pozo s/n, 3000 Santa Fe, Argentina. Correo electrnico: marielacastiglioni@hotmail.com; ** CITED OTHER RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS by the same author: Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 27(2): 409-423. 2008; doi: 10.1899/07058.1;http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1899/07-058.1; Community and foodweb ecology of freshwater mussels; Caryn C. Vaughn, S. Jerrine Nichols, Daniel E. Spooner. And other publications;

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FAQ (Frequently asked questions) on the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants, publisher: CRC Press, Taylor &Francis, USA: how to use the book and relevant papers on detergents and surfactants. http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/5898_FAQDetergentsSurfactantsRisk; A book on surfactants and detergents (entitled: Biological Effects of Surfactants, publisher: CRC Press, Taylor &Francis. USA) was published, see: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/4528_E cotoxicologyDetergents; Book, environmental science, ecotoxicology, bioassay, biological, effects, surfactants, detergents, mussels, oysters, plant, seedlings, algae, leeches, mollusks, prosthecobacteria, assessment, hazards, safety, sustainability, water quality, biosphere, hydrosphere, new, methods, Frequently asked questions on the book and how to use it. Question: Where I can read more about this book? Is some additional information available online? Answer: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/7418_BookBiological_Effects_of_Surfactants ;http://www.scribd.com/doc/46613666; Question: I bioassay chemicals. How can I use the book? Answer: You will find some new methods for bioassaying (Chapter 2) and how to apply them (Chapters 3, 4, 5). Question: I am involved in assessing environmental risk from chemicals, pollutants and xenobiotics. Can I find useful things in the book? Answer: yes, there are two useful things for you. First, you will find additional criteria for assessing biological effects of chemicals, which helps to see some important new aspects of environmental hazards and risks. Second, you will find new information that leads to seeing environmental risk from synthetic surfactants and detergents. Question: If I study and teach the issues of organic chemicals which are pollutants and xenobiotics, how can I use the book? Answer: in the book, you will find a new addition to the list of hazardous organic chemicals that pollute the environment, and new experimental data in support of adding those chemicals to the list. Question: Is the book relevant to some issues of water quality? Answer: Yes, the chemicals that were analyzed in the book contribute to water pollution.

Q.: I study and teach plant sciences. Is the book of use to me and my students and co-workers? Answer: Yes, the book contain new methods of bioassay of phytotoxicity, and many new examples of discovery and quantitative studies of phytotoxicities. Question: If a person is involved in aquaculture, will he find something useful in the book? Answer: Yes, this person will find some new information in the book. In chapters 3 -6, the author presents his new results - information about most important species of bivalves that are being used in aquaculture. These species are edible molluscs of high dietary value - marine mussels and oysters. Question: Are there any new innovations in fundamental science? Answer: Yes, there are several such innovations. E.g., a basis is created for a new fundamental paradigm on stability and sustainability in ecosystems - as exemplified by aquatic ecosystems. Q.: I do my research on invertebrates. Also, I teach courses on zoology and animal science. Does the book contain some new information in those areas? Answer: yes, the book includes new data that were obtained by the author on several animal species: aquatic invertebrates (mollusks and leeches). Unique new information is presented: how some xenobiotics produce negative effects on behavior, feeding and other functions of invertebrates. Q.: My area aquatic ecology, both freshwater and marine science. In those fields, is there something new and relevant in this book? Answer: yes, the book contains some new data that were obtained when the author conducted his research on freshwater and marine species. As for the marine system studied, the author did some of his projects at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (U.K.), some universities on the Eastern coast of the U.S.A., and on the Black Sea. Question: What is the opinion of the scientific community about the book? Answer: There is a number of published reviews and evaluations of this book, as well as other books by the same author. The list of those reviews is available at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45111401; all of those reviews and evaluations are positive. About the book, a comment received from Jorge Gutierrez (UNRC): amazing, thanks. Question: Is there a concise summary of the main discoveries made both in the book and in other related publications by the same author? Answer: Yes, the concise summary is available online free: http://www.scribd.com/doc/51414359; More info about the book, including how to look at some pages of the book, and how to order it: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/4528_EcotoxicologyDetergents; Some other relevant publications by the same author, online free, see:http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/5152_Te xtsOnlineFree; Keywords: Pollutants, ecotoxicology, environment, sustainability, ecology, effects, surfactant, detergents, aquatic, pollution, detergents, phytotechnology, phytoremediation, chemico-biotic interactions, water, quality, bioassay, macrophytes, plants, Potamogeton, crispus, concentrations, fragmentation, stems, negative, sodium dodecyl sulphate, SDS; inhibited, filtration, activity, mollusks, freshwater, Unio, tumidus, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, oysters, Crassostrea, gigas, malacological, hydrobiological, reserve, pellets, biogeochemical, flows, C, N, chemical elements, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, aluminum, Doklady, Biological, Sciences, Inhibitory, analysis, regulatory, interactions, trophic, webs, tetradecyltrimethylammonium, bromide, TDTMA, synthetic, control, plankton, mussels, eutrophication, cationic, rate, juveniles, marine, bivalves, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, removal, cells, algae, Monochrysis, lutheri, identification, new, type, ecological, hazard, chemicals, inhibition, ecological, remediation, shoots, ecotechnology, sustainable, sustainability, resources, improvement, assessment, biosphere, hydrosphere, innovation, hot, news, conceptualization, concepts, results, achievements, Book, environmental science, ecotoxicology, bioassay, biological, effects, surfactants, detergents, mussels, oysters, plant, seedlings, algae, leeches, mollusks, prosthecobacteria, assessment, hazards, safety, sustainability, water quality, biosphere, hydrosphere, new, methods, improving water clarity, hazards, toxicological, profile, ecological, risk, assessment, toxic, substances, contamination, exposure,

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Frequently asked questions, part 2. [About the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press]: A book was published on some contemporary issues of ecology, pollution of aquatic environment, and man-made impact of a relatively poorly studied group of chemical pollutants, detergents. The book was entitled: Biological Effects of Surfactants. Some more detail about the book see at: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/4528_EcotoxicologyDetergents; http://www.scrib d.com/doc/44432486; The first series of frequently asked questions (FAQ) was answered in another post. See: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6878_EcotoxicologyDetergents6languages. In addition to those questions, some other questions (FAQ, part 2) are answered here. In answering these new questions, the following materials

were used (some relevant publications, they are available online free):http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6882_s cribd_fulltexts; ****** Question: Are the comments and answers to the first series of FAQ available in other languages, in addition to English? Answer: Yes, the comments (the answers to the first series of FAQ) are available in the following languages: German:http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6878_EcotoxicologyDetergents6languages; F rench:http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6878_EcotoxicologyDetergents6languages; Sp anish:http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6878_EcotoxicologyDetergents6languages; Chi nese:http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6878_EcotoxicologyDetergents6languages; Japa nese:http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6878_EcotoxicologyDetergents6languages; Heb rew:http://www.scribd.com/doc/46166219; Arabic: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/7 050_Arabic_on_Detergents; ****** Question: which new aspects of environmental hazards from chemicals were identified in the book and other concomitant publications of the same author (S.A. O.)? Answer: Several new types of environmental hazards from chemical pollution were identified in the book and in some other publications of the same author. One of those hazards is a risk of damage to natural processes of ecological remediation. Those processes lead to water self-purification in natural aquatic ecosystems (both freshwater and marine aquatic ecosystems). We published a special paper that is focused on this issue. See: Ostroumov S.A. Identification of a new type of ecological hazard of chemicals: inhibition of processes of ecological remediation. Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. 385: 377-379. In Eng.; ISSN 0012-4966. DOI 10.1023/A:1019929305267;https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html?key=8408a7cfaa984764b812ce79c 77007f2; http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; Full text:http://www.scribd.com/doc/45911150; Key words: Identification, new type, ecological, hazard, chemicals, inhibition, ecological remediation, ****** Question. Using chemicals that act as inhibitors of activities of enzymes was very productive in biochemistry. Is it possible to use chemicals that inhibit functions of organisms in ecosystems in order to get more information on ecological mechanisms? Answer: yes, it is possible, and it was shown both in the book and in a special paper of the same author. The function inhibited was water filtration by freshwater and marine bivalves. The chemicals that inhibited this function were surfactants and detergents. See the paper: Inhibitory analysis of regulatory interactions in trophic webs.- Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, Vol. 377, p. 139141. (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2000, Vol. 375, No. 6, p. 847849). Full text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45911405; ABSTRACT: In the paper, the author proposed a new approach to analyze the key ecological issue, the interactions between organisms in ecosystems. The new methodology proposed is inhibitory analysis. The author applied this approach to analyze trophic chains: the topdown control of plankton by benthic filter-feeders. This control, as the authors experiments have shown, might be removed by chemical inhibitors (the latter may enter the ecosystem as pollutants). As an example, the author gives the results of his experiments on how surfactants [tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA)], and synthetic detergents inhibited the control of plankton (algae Monochrystis lutheri) by marine mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis. The method was successfully applied to innovatively analyze the factors that are among reasons of eutrophication. Among new facts: the cationic surfactant TDTMA 1 mg/L inhibited the filtration rate of juveniles of marine bivalves Mytilus galloprovincialis, and the removal of cells of the algae Monochrysis lutheri from water (50 min, 26C)]. DOI 10.1023/A:1019218026198; http://www.scribd.com/doc/45911405; http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs377p139 inhibitory/; Keywords: Inhibitory, analysis, regulatory, interactions, trophic, webs, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide, TDTMA, , synthetic, detergents, control, of, plankton, by, mussels, Mytilus, galloprovincialis., eutrophication., cationic, surfactant, inhibited, filtration, rate, juveniles, marine, bivalves, Mytilus, galloprovincialis,, removal, cells, algae, Monochrysis, lutheri, water, ****** Question: in the book, the author discovered that detergents and surfactants inhibit the feeding activity of bivalves. This in turn leads to inhibition of the production of pellets by bivalves. In turn, it leads to inhibition of biogeochemical flows of chemical elements that are present in the pellets. Is something analogous found with other types of mollusks, say, gastropod mollusks? Answer: yes, the same author did found some analogous response with gastropod mollusks, namely the mollusk Lymnaea stagnalis. It was analyzed both in the book and in the paper: Pellets of some mollusks in the biogeochemical flows of C, N, P, Si, and Al. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001. Vol. 379, P. 378-381. Bibliogr. 12 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.Ostroumov, Kolesnikov M.P.] (Translated from: DAN 2001. Vol. 379. No. 3. P. 426-429). ISSN 0012-4966. Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. DOI 10.1023/A:1011620817764; Full text is available free online on the sites: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45911730; http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs379p378pellets/;http://www.re searchgate.net/publication/10614352_Pellets_of_some_mollusks_in_the_biogeochemical_flows_of_C_N_P_Si_and_ Al; ABSTRACT: New data on coupling of geochemical and ecological (hydrobiological) processes. The role of freshwater mollusks Lymnaea stagnalis in the flows of chemical elements in the biosphere was studied by detecting the elemental composition and amount of pellets produced by the mollusks. For the first time, the following was quantitatively studied: the elemental composition (C, N, P, Si, Al) of pellets formed by mollusks Lymnaea stagnalis feeding on the leaves of higher plants Nuphar lutea and Taraxacum officinale; the amount (wet weight, dry weight) of pellets formed by L. stagnalis feeding on the leaves of N. lutea and T. officinale; the transfer of matter and chemical elements (C, N, P, Si, Al) with pellets of freshwater bivalves (unionids Unio sp., etc.) per unit biomass of

mollusks and per unit area of the ecosystem of the river; the transfer of matter and chemical elements (C, N, P, Si, Al) with pellets of L. stagnalis per unit biomass of mollusks and per unit area of the ecosystem of the pond. Synthetic surfactants D 2 mg/l, SDS 1-2 mg/l, detergent Tide-Lemon 75 mg/l inhibited the trophic activity of L. stagnalis. Percents of food assimilability of taxons of invertebrates, from Rotatoria (48-80) to Diptera (1-31)]. DOI 10.1023/A:1011620817764. Keywords: Pellets, biogeochemical, flows, C, N, P, Si, Al, chemical elements, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, aluminum, Doklady Biological Sciences, ****** Question. Given the fact that you studied mollusks and presented lots of new information about how useful they are in your book, can you offer some new things on how to protect the populations of mollusks from decline and extinction? Answer: Yes, the new steps towards protecting populations of mollusks were suggested by the author of the book in a special paper: System of principles for protecting the biogeocenotic function and biodiversity of filter-feeders. DAN. 2002. V. 383. No. 5. P. 710-714. Full text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45911862;

Bibliogr.15 refs. In Russ., translated into English: System of principles for conservation of the biogeocenotic function and the biodiversity of filter-feeders.- Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002 (March). Vol. 383: 147150. Bibliogr.15 refs. ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. ABSTRACT: As a result of the authors studies of filter-feeders (Doklady Biological Sciences = DAN, 1998, Vol. 362, P. 574-576; DAN, 2001, Vol. 378, P. 283-285), it is clear that the filtering activity of populations of filter-feeders in natural habitats might be significantly reduced if the concentrations of some pollutants reach certain levels. The role of filter-feeders as factors of water purification in ecosystems is so important that their inhibition is a danger for the entire ecosystem. The author emphasizes that not only the biodiversity of filter-feeders but also their level of functional (filtration) activity is to be protected. In order to do so, the author suggested establishing a new type of protected areas whose main purpose is to protect functionally active populations of filter-feeders, including bivalves and other organisms. Those protected areas could be named hydrobiological (some variants: biofiltering, or malacological) reserves (some variants: refuges, sanctuaries, etc.). The author formulated 5 principles of nature conservation requirements in malacological and hydrobiological reserves (Tabl. 3). Among them is principle 2, "conservation of filtration activity of organisms and populations". The paper contains data on how 5 detergents (1-50 mg/L) inhibited the filtration activity of Unio tumidus, Mytilus galloprovincialis, Crassostrea gigas (Tabl. 2); on effects on the efficiency of elimination (EEE) of suspended matter from water were measured (Tabl. 2); on the number of days (0.3 10) needed to filter the volume of aquatic (freshwater and marine) ecosystem by the local bivalves (a review of data from literature) (Tabl. 1). "I suggest that the existing system of protected terrestrial and water areas should be supplemented with special sites intended to conserve populations of filter-feeders. In addition to biodiversity conservation, these populations should be conserved because they fulfill a very important biogeocenotic function of water filtration and purification" (p.149). "The system of five principlesis proposed to provide an ecological basis of the environment conservation conditions at these sites (malacological and hydrobiological reserves)" (p.149).]. DOI 10.1023/A:1015398125876; www.springerlink.com/index/1MNVLNAYW36TC92R.pdf; https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=888352078b275ef40a430eb5b4d7714c; Full text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45911862; keywords: 5 detergents, inhibited, filtration, activity, Unio, tumidus,, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, Crassostrea, gigas, malacological, hydrobiological, reserve
****** Question: Did you publish other articles to further support your point on ecological hazards from synthetic detergents? Answer. Yes, I published several relevant papers. One of them is below: A new type of effect of potentially hazardous substances: uncouplers of pelagialbenthal coupling. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002 (March). Vol. 383 (1-6): 127-130. Bibliogr.15. ISSN 0012-4966. Full text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45913695;

ABSTRACT:. In the paper, a new discovery is reported of a new type of negative impact of pollutants on the biosphere, as a result of inhibition of water filtration by filter-feeders / suspension feeders. The water filtration and associated removal of suspended matter from water is part of migration of matter. As V.I. Vernadsky stressed, organisms are the mediators of biogenic migration of atoms in the biosphere. This migration is partly implemented in the framework of pelagialbenthal coupling via the activity of filterfeeders, which remove the organic suspended matter from water and excrete pellets. The tables contains the following data: the average percentage of assimilated (16-90%) and non-assimilated (10-84%) food matter for 15 large taxa of invertebrates (Table 1); potassium bichromate inhibited water filtration by mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis (Table 2); surfactants, detergents, pesticides inhibited filtration by filterfeeders, marine and freshwater bivalves and rotifers (Table 3). A prediction was made: "Further research and experimental studies are expected to provide new evidence that sublethal concentrations of chemical pollutants induce a significant decrease in the filtration capacity of freshwater and marine filter feeders" (p.129). "The uncoupling process considered above is an anthropogenic violation of two basic laws (empirical rules or biogeochemical principles) of the biosphere functioning: (1) biogenic migration of atoms of chemical elements in the biosphere always tends toward its maximum expression; (2) on the geological time scale, the evolution of species gives rise to the forms of life that are stable in the biosphere, and is so directed that the biogenic migration of atoms in the biosphere increases" (p.129).]; DOI10.1023/A:1015385723150; https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html?key=d988acb599e1219

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Some aspects of water filtering activity of filter-feeders // Hydrobiologia. 2005. Vol. 542, No. 1. P. 275 286 (in Eng.). Bibliogr. 63 refs. DOI 10.1007/s10750-004-1875-1. Full text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45914201; Some comments on the contents of that paper: ISSN 0018-8158 (Print) 1573-5117 (Online). Table 1. Examples of the impact of filter-feeders on the water column: clearance time. Table 2. Examples of diversity of taxons of benthic organisms involved in removing seston from water, and filtration rates. Table 3. Effect of the increase in concentration of algae on the filtration rate and the amount consumed by rotifers Brachionus calyciflorus. Table 4. The ratio F:P in some groups of organisms (examples of "ecological taxation"). Table 5. The ratio F: (P+R) in some filter feeders. Table 6. Results of the ecological tax: biosediment formation in 6 ecosystems. Table 7. Contribution of various aquatic organisms to oxidation of organic matter in the ecosystem of the Sea of Okhotsk. Table 8. Some chemicals that inhibit the filtering activity of the filter-feeders (new data of the author). Table 9. Some features of water-filtering biomachinery: 6 fundamental principles. Table 10. The level-block approach to the analysis of ecological hazards of anthropogenic effects on the biota (the new conceptualization proposed by the author). Some fundamental principles that characterize the pivotal roles of the biodiversity of filter-feeders in ecosystems. Among those roles are: (1) the role of ecological repair of water quality, (2) the role of contributing to reliability and stability of the functioning of the ecosystem, (3) the role of contributing to creation of habitat heterogeneity, (4) the role of contributing to acceleration of migration of chemical elements. It is an important feature of the biomachinery of filter-feeders that it removes from water various particles of a very broad range of sizes. Another important principle is that the amount of the organic matter filtered out of water is larger than the amount assimilated so that a significant part of the removed material serves no useful function to the organism of the filter-feeder, but serves a beneficial function to some other species and to the ecosystem as a whole. The new experiments by the author additionally demonstrated a vulnerability of the filtration activity of filter feeders (e.g. bivalves and rotifers) to some xenobiotics (tetradecyltrymethylammonium bromide, heavy metals and some others). The inhibition of the filtration activity of filter-feeders may lead to the situation previously described as that of an ecological impairment of the second type. DOI 10.1007/s10750-004-1875-1; www.springerlink.com/index/U21P83P0423J8714.pdf; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/5Hydr542p275 water.filt.doc; ****** Question: In the book, you have studied organisms that filter water. Among them, you studied the organisms that live at the bottom of lakes, streams and seas. Did you study some other organisms, which live in the water column? Answer: yes, we studied those organisms. We studied zooplankton. We made experiments with representatives of the two major groups of zooplankton. Those groups are rotifers (Rotifera) and crustaceans (Cladocera). A typical crustacean species of zooplankton is Daphnia magna. Recently, we did some successful experiments with Daphnia magna. The results of those new experiments were in accord with the results of our previous experiments with mollusks. The new experiments with Daphnia magna are reported by us in the paper (see below): Vorozhun I. M., S. A. Ostroumov. On studying the hazards of pollution of the biosphere: effects of sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS) on planktonic filterfeeders. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009, Vol. 425, pp. 133134. Tables. Bibliogr. 15 refs.http://www.scribd.com/doc/45914806; [ISSN 0012-4966. DOI: 10.1134/S0012496609020136;http://www.springerlink.com/content/p775 4h672w814m30/; Full text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45914806; ****** Question: You identified some new problems, some new hazards from chemical pollutants. Can you offer some solutions to those problems? Answer: I am very happy to answer that we really can offer some solutions. We explored some aquatic vegetation - some species of aquatic plants. Those species of aquatic plants are our hope. Those aquatic plants can be used as the basis of innovative technology to make water clean. This innovative technology is called phytotechnology, or phytoremediation. We recently published a series of papers on phytoremediation. This work was done together with a graduate student, Elena Solomonova. An example of a paper that we published with her is given below: **E. A. Solomonova and S. A. Ostroumov. Tolerance of an Aquatic Macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L.to Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin, 2007, Vol. 62, No. 4, p. 176 179.http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6643_ToleranceMacrophytes; DOI: 10.3103/S0096392507040074; Full text:http://www.scribd.com/doc/45556848; Abstract: Macrophytes are important components of ecosystems and participate in the purification of water, which contributes to the sustainability of water quality. This is especially important in conditions of pollution of water bodies and water streams. Surfactants constitute an important class of pollutants. Therefore, further investigation and clarification of the facts concerning the interaction of plants and various surfactants are necessary. The present paper presents the results of investigations of the effect of various concentrations of aqueous solutions of the anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on the viability of the aquatic macrophytes, the pondweed Potamogeton crispus L. When the effects of the anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulphate on the aquatic macrophytes Potamogeton crispus L. were studied, it was found that the concentrations of 83133 mg/l caused fragmentation of the stems of plants. The tolerance of the plants to the negative effects of the surfactant was higher in the spring (April) than in the autumn (September). DOI:10.3103/S0096392507040074; Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin, 2007, Vol. 62, No. 4, p. 176179. ISSN 0096-3925, Allerton Press, Inc., 2007. Available at SpringerLink; Original Russian Text E.A. Solomonova, S.A. Ostroumov, 2007, published in Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Biologiya, 2007, No. 4, pp. 3942. Keywords: effects, surfactant, aquatic, macrophytes, Potamogeton, crispus,

Concentrations, fragmentation, stems, plants, negative, pollution, detergents, phytoremediation, chemico-biotic interactions, water quality, sodium dodecyl sulphate, SDS; ****** Question: Some of your papers were published in the journal entitled Doklady Biological Sciences. Could you please tell us something about this journal? Answer: Doklady Biological Sciences (in Russian, the abbreviated title is DAN) is one of the most authoritative reviewed journals of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS). This journal is covered and indexed by PubMed. The papers and abstracts are available on the well-known portal, SpringerLink. This journal contains English versions and translations of the most advanced current research in molecular biology, cell biology, microbiology, immunology, physiology, general biology, and plant science, published in the corresponding sections of the Doklady Akademii Nauk (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences). The Proceedings appear 36 times a year, articles from the selected biological sections are collected, translated, and published in 6 issues a year. Doklady Biological Sciences publishes the most significant new research in the biological sciences being done in Russia today, thus ensuring its scientific priority.

Doklady Biological Sciences is indexed in: Academic OneFile, AGRICOLA, CAB Abstracts, CAB International, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), ChemWeb, EMBiology, Gale, Global Health, Google Scholar, IBIDS, INIS Atomindex, INPHARMA, OCLC, PubMed/Medline, SCOPUS, Summon by Serial Solutions. The members of the editorial board of the journal are the most prominent figures in the international science of biology and ecology. All of the papers that we mentioned above are available online free. We put the full texts of those papers on websites of the Internet resource, Scribd. The web addresses of those papers were presented above. The addreses of full texts of some other relevant papers of me are available here: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/6882_scribd_fulltexts;

The sum of keywords for this series of answers: Pollutants, ecotoxicology, environment, sustainability, ecology, effects, surfactant, detergents, aquatic, pollution, detergents, phytotechnology, phytoremediation, chemico-biotic interactions, water, quality, bioassay, macrophytes, plants, Potamogeton, crispus, concentrations, fragmentation, stems, negative, sodium dodecyl sulphate, SDS; inhibited, filtration, activity, mollusks, freshwater, Unio, tumidus, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, oysters, Crassostrea, gigas, malacological, hydrobiological, reserve, pellets, biogeochemical, flows, C, N, P, Si, Al, chemical elements, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, aluminum, Doklady Biological Sciences, Inhibitory, analysis, regulatory, interactions, trophic, webs, tetradecyltrimethylammonium, bromide, TDTMA, synthetic, control, plankton, mussels, eutrophication, cationic, rate, juveniles, marine, bivalves, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, removal, cells, algae, Monochrysis, lutheri, identification, new, type, ecological, hazard, chemicals, inhibition, ecological, remediation, shoots, ecotechnology, sustainable, sustainability, resources, improvement, assessment, biosphere, hydrosphere, innovation, hot, news, conceptualization, concepts, results, achievements,

Added 2011-09-14 This is a first book which provided a detailed summary on environmental hazards from such chemical substances as detergents, washing liquids, shampoos and related foam-producing products. The book contains lots of useful information including a lot of methods to assess the toxicity of chemicals. These methods are based on using plants (phytotoxicity testing and bioassay), bacteria, algae, and invertebrates (both freshwater and marine ones). The book is more than a review as it contains a lot of totally new data of the author's innovative experiments conducted in both hemispheres, in several countries (the U.S.A., UK, Russia and others). Moreover, the book includes the innovative conceptualization on how to detect and measure the environmental hazards from chemical pollutants, and how to discover new hazards to water quality. 5 black & white illustrations, 127 black & white tables; Recommended to scientists (ecologists, environmentalists, plant scientists, zoologists, aquatic scientists, ecotoxicologists, limnologists, marine scientists etc.), professors, students, specialists in water resources, policy makers; A number of positive reviews of the book were published. Added 2011-09-14 Some more sites on this book: http://www.scribd.com/doc/59387598/Abst-book-Bioleff; **http://moscowstate.academia.edu/SergeiOstroumov/Papers/806213/Ostroumov_S.A._Biological_effe cts_of_surfactants_book_;www.scribd.com/doc/55943277/supporting-conclusions-of-thebook; http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergei_Ostroumov/blog/7418_;http://www.amazon.com/Biologi cal-Effects-Surfactants-S-Ostroumov/dp/0849325269 (including Kindle edition);http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Biological-Effects-of-Surfactants/SAOstroumov/e/9780849325267;http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9780849325267; http://www.goodre ads.com/book/show/1527248.Biolo_Eff_of_Surf;http://www.abebooks.com/9780849325267/BiologicalEffects-Surfactants-Ostroumov-S.A0849325269/plp;http://www.booksonboard.com/index.php?BODY=viewbook&BOOK=187892&v=widget; htt p://www.chipsbooks.com/biosurfc.htm;http://www.rmb-books.co.uk/reviews/B001AP5HXE/BiologicalEffects-of-Surfactants/SA-Ostroumov; http://www.tower.com/biological-effects-surfactants-s-a-ostroumovhardcover/wapi/100006171 (ebook is available);

A list of related papers that supported the conclusions of this book, with some innovations on ecology, environmental sciences:http://www.scribd.com/doc/63407123/; updated 14.9.2011, The list of references is in English, French, German, Chinese, Japanese Added 2011-09-18 Additional keywords: personal care product formulations, household product formulations, Added 2011-09-19 More key words: Pollutants, ecotoxicology, environment, sustainability, ecology, effects, surfactant, detergents, aquatic, pollution, detergents, phytotechnology, phytoremediation, chemico-biotic interactions, water, quality, bioassay, macrophytes, plants, Potamogeton, crispus, concentrations, fragmentation, stems, negative, sodium dodecyl sulphate, SDS; inhibited, filtration, activity, mollusks, freshwater, Unio, tumidus, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, oysters, Crassostrea, gigas, malacological, hydrobiological, reserve, pellets, biogeochemical, flows, C, N, chemical elements, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, aluminum, Doklady, Biological, Sciences, Inhibitory, analysis, regulatory, interactions, trophic, webs, tetradecyltrimethylammonium, bromide, TDTMA, synthetic, control, plankton, mussels, eutrophication, cationic, rate, juveniles, marine, bivalves, Mytilus, galloprovincialis, removal, cells, algae, Monochrysis, lutheri, identification, new, type, ecological, hazard, chemicals, inhibition, ecological, remediation, shoots, ecotechnology, sustainable, sustainability, resources, improvement, assessment, biosphere, hydrosphere, innovation, hot, news, conceptualization, concepts, results, achievements, Book, environmental, science, ecotoxicology, bioassay, biological, effects, surfactants, detergents, mussels, oysters, plant, seedlings, algae, leeches, mollusks, prosthecobacteria, assessment, hazards, safety, sustainability, water quality, biosphere, hydrosphere, new, methods, improving water clarity, hazards, toxicological, profile, ecological, risk, assessment, toxic, substances, contamination, effects, exposure, Added 2012-02-25 Biological Effects of Surfactants Published: December 15, 2005 by CRC Press - 304 Pages Author(s): S.A. O., Moscow State University, Russia Hardback 115.00 ISBN 9780849325267 Cat# TF4005 eBook ISBN 9781420021295 Cat# TFE4005 Features Publishes new results from the author's research and gleans the most important findings from over 20 years of research including 80 of his articles Reveals new data on the biological effects of synthetic surfactants and detergents upon organisms in aquatic ecosystems Obtains data useful for selecting relatively tolerant organisms for purposes of bio- and phytoremediation and restoration of disturbed aquatic ecosystems Summary Understanding the role of aquatic biota and the impact of pollution and chemical substances that enter aquatic ecosystems is crucial to the assessment, prevention, and remediation of damaged environments. Biological Effects of Surfactants synthesizes the most important findings from hundreds of articles and the author's current experiments on the biological effects of synthetic surfactants and detergents on individual organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems. This book offers a new perspective of the hazards of pollution. The book draws upon concepts in hydrobiology, biogeochemical cycling, and the assimilative capacity of water-beyond the self-purification capabilities of bacteria and nutrient cycling-to examine the effects of anionic, non-ionic, and cationic surfactants as well as detergent mixtures on a wide range of organisms including bacteria, cyanobacteria, flagellates, algae, higher plants, and invertebrates. The author, a distinguished member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, establishes new quantitative characteristics of the effects and presents study results reflecting newly discovered phenomena. While proposing and substantiating new priorities and approaches for testing, assessing, and characterizing the biological activities and hazards of substances, he illustrates how the data obtained can be used to develop effective environmental remediation and protection measures to improve water quality. Biological Effects of Surfactants lays an excellent foundation for scientists to explore how hazardous wastes are absorbed in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, determine what is required for remediation and restoring water quality, and design the best approach to counteract the toxic effects of manmade surfactants using biological methods, including phytoremediation. Added 2012-02-25 More sites for the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p., tab. Bibliogr. on pages 203-243 and 250-253. Subject Index: p.255-279. ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. ISBN 13: 9780849325267. 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