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Journal of Environmental Toxicology 2010;25(3):207-214.
다양한 시험생물종을 이용한 산업폐수 생태독성 평가 및 원인물질 탐색
류태권, 조재구, 김경태, 양창용, 정기은, 윤준헌, 최경희
1국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
2국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
3국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
4국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
5국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
6국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
7국립환경과학원 위해성평가과
Ecotoxicity Test of Wastewater by a Battery of Bioassay and Toxicity Identification Evaluation
Tae-Kwon Ryu , Jae-Gu Cho , Kyung-Tae Kim , Chang-Yong Yang , Ki-Eun Joung , Junheon Yoon , Kyunghee Choi
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ABSTRACT
  Toxicity identification and quantification are important factors to evaluate the effect of industrial effluent on the aquatic environment. In order to measure the potential and real toxicity of mixed chemicals in the effluents. the biological method (i.e., WET test) should be used as well as chemical analysis method. In this study, we conducted WET test for various kinds of industrial effluents using aquatic organisms such as water flea (Daphnia magna), algae (Pseudokirchneriella subcapitatai, fish (Oryzias talipes, Danio rerio), and microorganism (Vibrio fisheri). In addition, we carried out chemical analysis and TIE (Toxicity Identification Evaluation) for effluents in order to identify the substances causing toxicity. Among the 30 kinds of wastewater, S13 showed the highest eco-toxicity and Ca²? and Cl? ion were suspected as major compounds causing toxicity for aquatic organisms. In order to confirm these suspected compounds, various confirmation procedures need to be carried out.
Keywords: WET(Whole Effluent Toxicity); TIE(Toxicity Identification Evaluation); Vibrio fischeri; Pseudo-kirchneriella subcapitata; Daphnia magna; Oryzias latipes; Dania rerio
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