Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen

Goedkoop W, Spann N, Åkerblom N (2010)
Ecotoxicology 19(7): 1201-1208.

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Goedkoop, Willem; Spann, NicoleUniBi ; Åkerblom, Nina
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We quantified sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in experiments (29 days) with the midge Chironomus riparius at different levels of sediment organic matter content (0, 5, and 20%). We found highly significant effects of cypermethrin concentrations and sediment type on emergence, mean development rate, and adult size. For example, emergence/survival rates were 70–100% below 0.8 μg/l and unaffected by organic matter content. At 3.2 μg/l, however, no larvae survived in sediment without organic matter, but survival successively increased to 26 ± 11% in sediment with 20% organic matter. Mean development rates were always higher for males than for females, and significant differences between sexes occurred consistently in controls and in treatments with our lowest concentration of 0.05 μg/l. Sex-specific differences in mean development rate decreased across the cypermethrin gradient, suggesting that male development was affected more than that of females at similar concentrations. We also found an increase in adult size across the concentration gradient in sediments lacking organic matter and suggest an increased feeding activity due to sublethal toxic stress as a probable causal mechanism. We speculate that the observed sex-specific effects on development rates and adult size can have strong repercussions on emergence timing and fecundity, respectively.
Stichworte
Pesticides Pyrethroids Sublethal toxicity Toxicity tests Hormesis
Erscheinungsjahr
2010
Zeitschriftentitel
Ecotoxicology
Band
19
Ausgabe
7
Seite(n)
1201-1208
ISSN
0963-9292
eISSN
1573-3017
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2611118

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Goedkoop W, Spann N, Åkerblom N. Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen. Ecotoxicology. 2010;19(7):1201-1208.
Goedkoop, W., Spann, N., & Åkerblom, N. (2010). Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen. Ecotoxicology, 19(7), 1201-1208. doi:10.1007/s10646-010-0505-0
Goedkoop, W., Spann, N., and Åkerblom, N. (2010). Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen. Ecotoxicology 19, 1201-1208.
Goedkoop, W., Spann, N., & Åkerblom, N., 2010. Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen. Ecotoxicology, 19(7), p 1201-1208.
W. Goedkoop, N. Spann, and N. Åkerblom, “Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen”, Ecotoxicology, vol. 19, 2010, pp. 1201-1208.
Goedkoop, W., Spann, N., Åkerblom, N.: Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen. Ecotoxicology. 19, 1201-1208 (2010).
Goedkoop, Willem, Spann, Nicole, and Åkerblom, Nina. “Sublethal and sex-specific cypermethrin effects in toxicity testing with the midge *Chironomus riparius* Meigen”. Ecotoxicology 19.7 (2010): 1201-1208.

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