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Increase in water temperature increases acute toxicity of sumithion causing nuclear and cellular abnormalities in peripheral erythrocytes of zebrafish Danio rerio

  • Md. ShahjahanEmail author
  • Mohammad Shadiqur Rahman
  • S M Majharul Islam
  • Md. Helal Uddin
  • Md. Al-Emran
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Abstract

Global warming and indiscriminate usages of pesticides are notable concern to all. The present study has been conducted to evaluate the effects of high temperature on acute toxicity of sumithion in adult zebrafish. A 2-day renewal bioassay system was used to determine the 96 h LC50 value of sumithion at three temperature regimes, such as 25 °C, 30 °C, and 35 °C. Blood glucose (mg/dL) level was measured in control (0.0 mg/L) and low concentration (1.0 mg/L) of sumithion during the determination of LC50 in three temperature conditions. In addition, micronucleus (MN), erythrocytic nuclear abnormalities (ENA), and erythrocytic cellular abnormalities (ECA) tests were performed in the blood erythrocytes. The 96 h LC50 value of sumithion for zebrafish was significantly lower at 35 °C, which indicates that the toxicity of sumithion increases at higher temperature. Blood glucose level was significantly increased by sumithion in all temperature conditions, while it was significantly higher in the highest (35 °C) temperature compared to the lowest (25 °C) temperature in both control and sumithion-treated fish. Similarly, frequencies of MN, ENA, and ECA were elevated by sumithion in all temperature conditions, whereas it was significantly raised in the highest (35 °C) temperature compared to the lowest (25 °C) temperature in both control and sumithion treated fish. With increasing temperature in exposure to sumithion, dissolved oxygen decreased significantly, whereas free CO2 increased significantly. On the other hand, no distinct changes were observed in pH and total alkalinity during the experimental period. Therefore, it can be inferred that increasing temperature enhances the toxicity of sumithion in the zebrafish.

Keywords

Zebrafish Temperature Pesticide Blood glucose Erythrocytes Responsible Editor: Philippe Garrigues 

Notes

Acknowledgments

We are grateful to Dr. M Sadiqul Islam (Department of Fisheries Biology and Genetics, BAU, Mymensingh) for his technical support.

Funding information

This work was supported by the grants from Bangladesh Agricultural University Research System (2017/282/BAU) and Ministry of Education (2017/503/MoE) to the corresponding author (Md. Shahjahan).

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Conflict of interest

The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratory of Fish Ecophysiology, Department of Fisheries ManagementBangladesh Agricultural UniversityMymensinghBangladesh

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