RRC ID 21708
Author Mochida K, Onduka T, Amano H, Ito M, Ito K, Tanaka H, Fujii K.
Title Use of species sensitivity distributions to predict no-effect concentrations of an antifouling biocide, pyridine triphenylborane, for marine organisms.
Journal Mar. Pollut. Bull.
Abstract We used species sensitivity distributions (SSDs) and a Bayesian statistical model to carry out a primary risk assessment for pyridine triphenylborane (PTPB) in Hiroshima Bay, Japan. We used SSDs derived from toxicity values, such as EC₅₀ and LC₅₀, obtained from this study and previous work to calculate hazardous concentrations that should protect 95% and 99% of species (HC₅ and HC₁) and demonstrated that the medians of the HC₅ and HC₁ were 0.78 and 0.17 μg/L, respectively. We also used liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry to investigate the occurrence of PTPB in seawater from several coastal sites of Hiroshima Bay and detected PTPB at concentrations of 4.8-21 pg/L. Comparison of environmental concentrations to the HC values suggests that the current ecological risk posed by PTPB in Hiroshima Bay is low. This is the first report of the detection of PTPB in the natural marine environment.
Volume 64(12)
Pages 2807-14
Published 2012-12
DOI 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.09.007
PII S0025-326X(12)00457-2
PMID 23044030
MeSH Animals Aquatic Organisms / drug effects* Boranes / analysis Boranes / toxicity* Disinfectants / analysis Disinfectants / toxicity* Dose-Response Relationship, Drug Environmental Monitoring Lethal Dose 50 No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level Pyridines / analysis Pyridines / toxicity* Risk Assessment Seawater / chemistry* Sensitivity and Specificity Water Pollutants, Chemical / analysis Water Pollutants, Chemical / toxicity*
IF 3.241
Times Cited 6
WOS Category MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Resource
Algae NIES-324