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Mercury Uptake Affects the Development of Larus fuscus Chicks

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Mercury Uptake Affects the Development of Larus fuscus Chicks. / Santos, Catia, S.A.; Sotillo, Alejandro; Gupta, Trisha; Delgado, Sergio; Muller, Wendt; Stienen, Eric; De Neve, Liesbeth; Lens, Luc; Soares, Amadeu M.V.M.; Monteiro, Marta S.; Loureiro, Susana.

In: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 39, Nr. 10, 10.2020, blz. 2008-2017.

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Santos, CSA, Sotillo, A, Gupta, T, Delgado, S, Muller, W, Stienen, E, De Neve, L, Lens, L, Soares, AMVM, Monteiro, MS & Loureiro, S 2020, 'Mercury Uptake Affects the Development of Larus fuscus Chicks', Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, vol. 39, nr. 10, blz. 2008-2017. https://doi.org/10.1002/etc.4823

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Santos, C. S. A., Sotillo, A., Gupta, T., Delgado, S., Muller, W., Stienen, E., ... Loureiro, S. (2020). Mercury Uptake Affects the Development of Larus fuscus Chicks. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 39(10), 2008-2017. https://doi.org/10.1002/etc.4823

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Santos, Catia, S.A. ; Sotillo, Alejandro ; Gupta, Trisha ; Delgado, Sergio ; Muller, Wendt ; Stienen, Eric ; De Neve, Liesbeth ; Lens, Luc ; Soares, Amadeu M.V.M. ; Monteiro, Marta S. ; Loureiro, Susana. / Mercury Uptake Affects the Development of Larus fuscus Chicks. In: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 2020 ; Vol. 39, Nr. 10. blz. 2008-2017.

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title = "Mercury Uptake Affects the Development of Larus fuscus Chicks",
abstract = "Current emission and mobilization rates of mercury (Hg) in the environment pose extensive threats to both wildlifeand human health. Assessing the exposure risk and effects of Hg contamination in model species such as seabirds is essentialto understand Hg risks at the population and ecosystem levels. The lesser black‐backed gull (Larus fuscus), a generalistseabird species, is an excellent model species because it forages in both marine and terrestrial habitats, which in turn differ intheir Hg exposure risk. To identify possible deleterious effects of Hg exposure on developing L. fuscus chicks, a dietaryexperiment was carried out and chicks were provided a marine, terrestrial, or mixed diet. The effects of embryonic anddietary Hg exposure on chick body condition and physiological state were assessed at different developmental stages untilfledging age (30 d). Overall physiological condition was lower in chicks fed a predominantly marine diet, which coincidedwith higher Hg loads in blood and primary feathers. However, no effect of dietary uptake of Hg was observed on bodycondition or in terms of genotoxic damage. Body condition and genotoxic damage correlated instead with Hg exposureduring embryonic development, which seems to indicate that embryonic exposure to Hg may result in carry‐over effects onlater chick development.",
author = "Santos, {Catia, S.A.} and Alejandro Sotillo and Trisha Gupta and Sergio Delgado and Wendt Muller and Eric Stienen and {De Neve}, Liesbeth and Luc Lens and Soares, {Amadeu M.V.M.} and Monteiro, {Marta S.} and Susana Loureiro",
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month = "10",
doi = "10.1002/etc.4823",
language = "English",
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journal = "Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry",
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AU - Sotillo, Alejandro

AU - Gupta, Trisha

AU - Delgado, Sergio

AU - Muller, Wendt

AU - Stienen, Eric

AU - De Neve, Liesbeth

AU - Lens, Luc

AU - Soares, Amadeu M.V.M.

AU - Monteiro, Marta S.

AU - Loureiro, Susana

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N2 - Current emission and mobilization rates of mercury (Hg) in the environment pose extensive threats to both wildlifeand human health. Assessing the exposure risk and effects of Hg contamination in model species such as seabirds is essentialto understand Hg risks at the population and ecosystem levels. The lesser black‐backed gull (Larus fuscus), a generalistseabird species, is an excellent model species because it forages in both marine and terrestrial habitats, which in turn differ intheir Hg exposure risk. To identify possible deleterious effects of Hg exposure on developing L. fuscus chicks, a dietaryexperiment was carried out and chicks were provided a marine, terrestrial, or mixed diet. The effects of embryonic anddietary Hg exposure on chick body condition and physiological state were assessed at different developmental stages untilfledging age (30 d). Overall physiological condition was lower in chicks fed a predominantly marine diet, which coincidedwith higher Hg loads in blood and primary feathers. However, no effect of dietary uptake of Hg was observed on bodycondition or in terms of genotoxic damage. Body condition and genotoxic damage correlated instead with Hg exposureduring embryonic development, which seems to indicate that embryonic exposure to Hg may result in carry‐over effects onlater chick development.

AB - Current emission and mobilization rates of mercury (Hg) in the environment pose extensive threats to both wildlifeand human health. Assessing the exposure risk and effects of Hg contamination in model species such as seabirds is essentialto understand Hg risks at the population and ecosystem levels. The lesser black‐backed gull (Larus fuscus), a generalistseabird species, is an excellent model species because it forages in both marine and terrestrial habitats, which in turn differ intheir Hg exposure risk. To identify possible deleterious effects of Hg exposure on developing L. fuscus chicks, a dietaryexperiment was carried out and chicks were provided a marine, terrestrial, or mixed diet. The effects of embryonic anddietary Hg exposure on chick body condition and physiological state were assessed at different developmental stages untilfledging age (30 d). Overall physiological condition was lower in chicks fed a predominantly marine diet, which coincidedwith higher Hg loads in blood and primary feathers. However, no effect of dietary uptake of Hg was observed on bodycondition or in terms of genotoxic damage. Body condition and genotoxic damage correlated instead with Hg exposureduring embryonic development, which seems to indicate that embryonic exposure to Hg may result in carry‐over effects onlater chick development.

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DO - 10.1002/etc.4823

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