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Adaption of the microbial community to continuous exposures of multiple residual antibiotics in sediments from a salt-water aquacultural farm
Xi, Xiuping1; Wang, Min1; Chen, Yongshan1; Yu, Shen1; Hong, Youwei1; Ma, Jun1; Wu, Qian1; Lin, Qiaoyin1; Xu, Xiangrong1; yschen@iue.ac.cn; syu@iue.ac.cn
2015
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Volume290Pages:96-105
AbstractResidual antibiotics from aquacultural farming may alter microbial community structure in aquatic environments in ways that may adversely or positively impact microbially-mediated ecological functions. This study investigated 26 ponds (26 composited samples) used to produce fish, razor clam and shrimp (farming and drying) and 2 channels (10 samples) in a saltwater aquacultural farm in southern China to characterize microbial community structure (represented by phospholipid fatty acids) in surface sediments (0-10 cm) with long-term exposure to residual antibiotics. II out of 14 widely-used antibiotics were quantifiable at mu g kg(-1) levels in sediments but their concentrations did not statistically differ among ponds and channels, except norfloxacin in drying shrimp ponds and thiamphenicol in razor clam ponds. Concentrations of protozoan PLFAs were significantly increased in sediments from razor clam ponds while other microbial groups were similar among ponds and channels. Both canonical-correlation and stepwise-multiple-regression analyses on microbial community and residual antibiotics suggested that roxithromycin residuals were significantly related to shifts in microbial community structure in sediments. This study provided field evidence that multiple residual antibiotics at low environmental levels from aquacultural farming do not produce fundamental shifts in microbial community structure. (C) 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
DepartmentLMB
KeywordResidual Antibiotics Microbial Community Structure Physicochemical Properties Sediments Saltwater Aquactilture
Subject AreaEngineering ; Environmental Sciences & Ecology
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/14816
Collection中科院海洋生物资源可持续利用重点实验室
Corresponding Authoryschen@iue.ac.cn; syu@iue.ac.cn
Affiliation1.[Xi, Xiuping
2.Wang, Min
3.Chen, Yongshan
4.Yu, Shen
5.Hong, Youwei
6.Ma, Jun
7.Wu, Qian
8.Lin, Qiaoyin] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Urban Environm, Key Lab Urban Environm & Hlth, Xiamen 361021, Peoples R China
9.[Xi, Xiuping
10.Wang, Min
11.Wu, Qian
12.Lin, Qiaoyin] Univ Chinese Acad Sci, Beijing 100049, Peoples R China
13.[Xu, Xiangrong] Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanol, Key Lab Trop Marine Bioresources & Ecol, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China
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Xi, Xiuping,Wang, Min,Chen, Yongshan,et al. Adaption of the microbial community to continuous exposures of multiple residual antibiotics in sediments from a salt-water aquacultural farm[J]. JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS,2015,290:96-105.
APA Xi, Xiuping.,Wang, Min.,Chen, Yongshan.,Yu, Shen.,Hong, Youwei.,...&syu@iue.ac.cn.(2015).Adaption of the microbial community to continuous exposures of multiple residual antibiotics in sediments from a salt-water aquacultural farm.JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS,290,96-105.
MLA Xi, Xiuping,et al."Adaption of the microbial community to continuous exposures of multiple residual antibiotics in sediments from a salt-water aquacultural farm".JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 290(2015):96-105.
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