Contributions of egg production and egg hatching to the total toxicity of teflubenzuron in Yuukianura szeptyckii (Collembola) in soil toxicity test

Yun Sik Lee, Jino Son, June Wee, Yongeun Kim, Du Yung Kim, Jung-Hwan Kwon, Ki Jong Cho

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In the standard ISO soil toxicity test using Collembola, adult survival and juvenile production are the only endpoints that can be attainable. The information on egg production and egg hatching cannot be investigated in the ISO test. To overcome this limitation, in this study, the effects of teflubenzuron on life history parameters of Yuukianura szeptyckii (Collembola) were investigated with a compressed soil test. Teflubenzuron is an insect growth regulator and has a negative effect on egg production, and egg hatching process of arthropods. LC50 decreased with increases in exposure period from 6.97 mg/kg in the third week to 3.60 mg/kg in the fourth week. The EC50 for egg and juvenile production was 0.57 mg/kg and 0.26 mg/kg, respectively. The hatching rate decreased significantly from 46 to 7% as the concentration increased from 0.25 to 1.00 mg/kg, respectively, and the molting frequency was significantly affected only at > 4 mg/kg. The toxic contribution rate (TCR) was defined as the ratio of juvenile production at an exposure concentration compared with the control, and a simple life history model was developed for TCR estimations. At the lower concentrations (< 0.3 mg/kg), the hatching rate reduction was a main contributor to the total toxicity, but the adult mortality and egg production reduction were the main contributors at the higher concentrations (> 2.0 mg/kg). The contribution of egg production reduction remained relatively constant. Since collembolan populations in the soil can be composed of various developmental stages, the differences in the sensitivity to chemicals depending on the developmental stages should be included in the assessment of the toxic impact on soil ecosystems.

Original languageEnglish
JournalEnvironmental Science and Pollution Research
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Publication statusPublished - 2019 Jan 1

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egg production
toxicity test
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Toxicity
hatching
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egg
toxicity
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Poisons
life history
soil ecosystem
growth regulator
soil
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Juvenile Hormones

Keywords

  • Compressed soil test
  • IGRs
  • ISO
  • Life history
  • Toxic contribution rate

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Pollution
  • Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis

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