Distribution and bioaccumulation of butyltins in the edible gastropod odontocymbiola magellanica

Distribution and bioaccumulation of butyltins in the edible gastropod odontocymbiola magellanica

Author Del Brio, Federico Google Scholar
Commendatore, Marta Google Scholar
Castro, Italo B. Autor UNIFESP Google Scholar
Costa, Patricia Gomes Google Scholar
Fillmann, Gilberto Google Scholar
Bigatti, Gregorio Google Scholar
Abstract Butyltins (BTs) were found in sediments and body tissues of the edible gastropod Odontocymbiola magellanica, in which imposex has been recorded since 2000. BTs in sediments ranged from < MDL to 174.8 ng (Sn) g(-1) for TBT, < MDL to 19.2 ng (Sn) g(-1) for DBT, and < MDL to 71.8 ng (Sn) g(-1) for MBT. In body tissues BTs varied from < MDL to 147.1, < MDL to 77.0 and < MDL to 345.3 ng (Sn) g(-1) for TBT, DBT and MBT, respectively. BT concentrations were higher in gonads and digestive glands than in the albumen gland and foot (edible). The highest concentrations of BTs in both sediments and gastropods were found in the harbour area, decreasing with distance to the harbour and areas with less maritime traffic. The Biota-Sediment Accumulation Factor (BSAF) in the different organs was between 0.02-0.42, 0.09-0.35 and 0.08-5.25 for TBT, DBT and MBT, respectively. There were positive correlations between concentrations of BTs in sediments and gastropod body tissues, suggesting that xenobiotic accumulation in O. magellanica occurs mainly through contaminated sediments, rather than water or the food chain. Considering current sediment quality guidelines, our results indicate that acute toxic effects would be expected from TBT exposure, which represents a serious environmental threat for the benthic community. Although the levels of BTs found in the foot of this edible gastropod did not exceed the recommended Tolerable Daily Intake in polluted areas, they should be monitored to ensure the safety of seafood consumers. The alternative antifouling biocides Irgarol and Diuron were not detected in sediments.
Keywords Tbt
Harbour Pollution
Imposex
Volutidae
PatagoniaAdelomelon-Brasiliana Lamarck
Organotin Compounds
Tributyltin Contamination
Marine-Sediments
Imposex Levels
Egg Capsules
Golfo-Nuevo
New-Zealand
Baltic Sea
Water
Language English
Sponsor CAPES/MINCYT [4375/09-2, 172/10]
CAPES [802-16/2012]
FAPERGS [0885/12-1]
PICT [1232]
PIP CONICET
CNPq [PQ 312341/2013-0]
Grant number CAPES/MINCYT: 4375/09-2
CAPES/MINCYT: 172/10
CAPES: 802-16/2012
FAPERGS: 0885/12-1
PICT 1232
CNPq: PQ 312341/2013-0
Date 2016
Published in Marine Biology Research. Oslo, v. 12, n. 6, p. 608-620, 2016.
ISSN 1745-1000 (Sherpa/Romeo, impact factor)
Publisher Elsevier Science Bv
Extent 608-620
Origin https://doi.org/10.1080/17451000.2016.1169296
Access rights Closed access
Type Article
Web of Science ID WOS:000380112000005
URI http://repositorio.unifesp.br/handle/11600/49456

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