Arsenic Speciation in Algae (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry)

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Arsenic Speciation in Algae, Volume 85, addresses the most important issues to consider during arsenic speciation in algae, including new sections on Occurrence, distribution, and significance of arsenic speciation, Biogeochemistry of arsenic in aquatic environments: the role of speciation, Sampling and sampling processing: fit for purpose techniques, Separation methods applied to arsenic speciation, Detection and quantification of arsenic compounds, Analytical approaches for proteomics and lipidomics of arsenic in algae, Quality control and quality assurance issues in arsenic speciation, Arsenic speciation in algae: case studies in Europe, and more.

Table of Contents

Contributors to volume 85                          ix
Series editor's preface xiii
Preface xv
1 Occurrence, distribution, and 1 (1)
significance of arsenic speciation
Vanessa Reis
Armando C. Duarte
1 Introduction 1 (1)
2 Sources of arsenic in environment 2 (3)
3 Distribution of arsenic compounds in 5 (2)
various environmental compartments
4 Behaviour and effects of arsenic 7 (3)
compounds
5 Significance and importance of arsenic 10 (5)
speciation
References 11 (4)
2 Biogeochemical cycling, speciation and 15 (1)
transformation pathways of arsenic in
aquatic environments with the emphasis on
algae
Muhammad Mahroz Hussain
Irshad Bibi
Muhammad Shahid
Sabry M. Shaheen
Muhammad Bilal Shakoor
Safdar Bashir
Fazila Younas
Jorg Rinklebe
Nabeel Khan Niazi
1 Introduction 16 (2)
2 Sources of arsenic in the environment 18 (3)
3 Arsenic in natural waters: Abundance 21 (5)
and distribution
4 Distribution of arsenic species in 26 (1)
water bodies
5 Health effects of arsenic 27 (1)
6 Biogeochemical cycling of arsenic: Role 27 (2)
of different factors
7 Arsenic contamination of groundwater: 29 (2)
Possible mechanisms
8 Speciation of arsenic in water 31 (2)
9 Speciation and pathways of arsenic 33 (6)
transformation in plants and
microorganisms
10 Generation of methylated species of 39 (3)
arsenic in algae and microorganisms
11 Conclusions and future perspectives 42 (11)
Acknowledgements 43 (1)
References 43 (8)
Further reading 51 (2)
3 Sampling and sample processing: 53 (1)
Fit-for-purpose techniques
Roser Rubio
Angels Sahuquillo
Jose Fermin Lopez-Sanchez
1 Introduction 53 (1)
2 Sampling 54 (11)
3 Processing of fresh algal samples in 65 (6)
the laboratory
4 Extraction of arsenic species 71 (9)
5 Final remarks 80 (9)
References 81 (8)
4 Separation methods applied to arsenic 89 (1)
speciation
Bin Hu
Beibei Chen
Man He
Kai Nan
Yan Xu
Chi Xu
1 Introduction 89 (2)
2 High performance liquid chromatography 91 (20)
(HPLC)
3 Gas chromatography (GC) 111 (6)
4 Capillary electrophoresis (CE) 117 (7)
5 Non-chromatographic strategies 124 (7)
6 Conclusion 131 (14)
References 132 (13)
5 Analytical approaches for proteomics and 145 (1)
lipidomics of arsenic in algae
Ana Cristina Freitas
Ana Maria Gomes
1 Introduction 145 (5)
2 Arsenic compounds or arsenic species 150 (1)
present in the marine environment and
their potential health risks
3 Arsenic metabolism by algae and the 151 (2)
importance of resulting metabolites
4 Lipidomic approaches for identification 153 (13)
of lipophilic arsenic species
5 Proteomic analysis to evaluate 166 (6)
metabolic strategies of algae under
arsenic-induced stress
6 Current understanding and future trends 172 (7)
References 172 (7)
6 Arsenic speciation in algae: Case studies 179 (1)
in Europe
Joao Pedro Coelho
1 Introduction 179 (2)
2 European legislation 181 (2)
3 Analytical advances 183 (3)
4 Food safety 186 (3)
5 Environmental studies 189 (10)
References 195 (4)
7 Arsenic speciation in Asiatic algae: Case 199 (1)
studies in Asiatic continent
Lizhao Chen
Li Zhang
1 Introduction 199 (4)
2 Arsenic concentration in algae 203 (16)
3 Arsenic speciation in algae 219 (7)
4 Biotransformation of arsenic species in 226 (8)
algae
5 Conclusions and prospects 234 (13)
References 236 (11)
8 Arsenic speciation in algae: Case studies 247 (1)
in American Continent
Oscar Diaz
Ruben Pastene
Francisco Encina-Montoya
Rolando Vega
Carlos Oberti-Grassau
1 Arsenic on algae: Introductory aspects 247 (2)
2 Analytical methods for the 249 (1)
determination of different As-species in
algae
3 Toxic effects of arsenic associated 250 (3)
with algae
4 Studies on arsenic in algae in the 253 (8)
American Continent
5 Recommendation and future studies 261 (6)
References 261 (4)
Further reading 265 (2)
9 Arsenic speciation in a variety of 267 (1)
seaweeds and associated food products
Micheal Mac Monagail
Liam Morrison
1 Introduction 268 (1)
2 The production of macroalgae for food 269 (2)
products
3 Uptake and accumulation of arsenicals 271 (2)
by various seaweeds
4 The impact of arsenicals in marine 273 (6)
algae commonly used as food for humans
5 As speciation in edible seaweeds 279 (4)
6 The bioaccessible fraction of arsenic 283 (1)
in seaweed
7 Health concerns of As in seaweeds 284 (1)
8 Consumption of seaweeds and species of 284 (5)
particular concern
9 Seaweed supplements 289 (2)
10 Global legislation and quality control 291 (2)
11 Conclusions 293
References 293