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Title: Pesticide-contaminated feeds in integrated grass carp aquaculture: toxicology and bioaccumulation
Authors: Pucher, J.
Gut, T.
Mayrhofer, R.
Keywords: Organophosphate pesticide;Carbamate;Contaminated feeds;Cholinesterase
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: INTER-RESEARCH, NORDBUNTE 23, D-21385 OLDENDORF LUHE, GERMANY
Citation: ISIKNOWLEDGE
Abstract: Effects of dissolved pesticides on fish are widely described, but little is known about effects of pesticide-contaminated feeds taken up orally by fish. In integrated farms, pesticides used on crops may affect grass carp that feed on plants from these fields. In northern Vietnam, grass carp suffer seasonal mass mortalities which may be caused by pesticide-contaminated plants. To test effects of pesticide-contaminated feeds on health and bioaccumulation in grass carp, a net-cage trial was conducted with 5 differently contaminated grasses. Grass was spiked with 2 levels of trichlorfon/fenitrothion and fenobucarb. Unspiked grass was used as a control. Fish were fed at a daily rate of 20% of body mass for 10 d. The concentrations of fenitrothion and fenobucarb in pond water increased over time. Effects on fish mortality were not found. Feno -bucarb in feed showed the strongest effects on fish by lowering feed uptake, deforming the liver, increasing blood glucose and reducing cholinesterase activity in blood serum, depending on feed uptake. Fenobucarb showed increased levels in flesh in all treatments, suggesting bio-concentration. Trichlorfon and fenitrothion did not significantly affect feed uptake but showed concentration-dependent reduction of cholinesterase activity and liver changes. Fenitrothion showed bioaccumulation in flesh which was dependant on feed uptake, whereas trichlorfon was only detected in very low concentrations in all treatments. Pesticide levels were all detected below the maximum residue levels in food. The pesticide-contaminated feeds tested did not cause mortality in grass carp but were associated with negative physiological responses and may increase susceptibility to diseases.
Description: DISEASES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS Volume: 108 Issue: 2 Pages: 137-147 Published: FEB 19 2014
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/27057
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