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作者 Chojnacka, Katarzyna
書名 Recent Advances in Trace Elements
出版項 Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018
©2017
國際標準書號 9781119133803 (electronic bk.)
9781119133773
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (672 pages)
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附註 Intro -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Definition of Trace Elements (TEs) -- 1.3 Sources of Trace Elements for Humans -- 1.4 Analytical methods -- 1.5 Toxicity -- 1.6 Trace Elements in Agriculture -- 1.7 Environmental Aspects -- 1.8 Biomonitoring of Trace Metals in Surface Water -- 1.9 Conclusions -- References -- 2 Historical Aspects -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Definitions of Trace Elements According to the Branch of Science -- 2.3 The Role of Analytical Methods in the Research on Trace Elements -- 2.4 The History of Research on Trace Elements -- 2.5 Conclusions -- References -- 3 Modern Analytical Methods of Speciation and Determination of Trace Elements in Inorganic, Organic, and Biological Samples -- Abbreviations -- 3.1 Overview of Selected Aspects of Modern Toxicology of Elements -- 3.2 Methodologies and Strategies of Sample Preparation in Toxicological Analyses of Elements -- 3.3 Comprehensive Review of Classical Analytical Techniques Applied in Current Studies Related to Determination and (Bio)Imaging/Mapping of Elements -- 3.4 Separation, Hyphenated, and Special Analytical Techniques in Current Studies Related to the Determination of Elements -- 3.6 Acknowledgments -- References -- 4 Trace Elements in the Environment - Law, Regulations, Monitoring and Biomonitoring Methods -- 4.1 When New Meets Old - The Concept of Monitoring as a Way of Understanding the Information from Ecosystems -- 4.2 An Overview of Basic Terms Related to Bioindication - Classification Methods for Organisms and Communities -- 4.3 State of the Art in the Analysis of Plant Material for Monitoring Purposes - Possibilities and Difficulties -- 4.4 The Bioavailability Concept as a Key for Fully Understanding and Assessing Potential Risk -- 4.5 Hair Mineral Analysis - Telling History with Hair
4.6 Occupational Exposure to Metals - Monitoring at a Workplace -- 4.7 How the Law can Help in the Protection of the Environment and Human Health - European Union -- 4.8 Minamata Convention on Mercury - A Global Risk Assessment Tool? -- References -- 5 Problems of Trace Elements in Water and Wastewater Treatment -- 5.1 Drinking Water -- 5.2 Wastewater -- 5.3 Water Treatment -- References -- 6 Trace Elements in Agricultural and Industrial Wastes -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Trace Elements in Agricultural Wastes -- 6.3 Industrial Production -- 6.4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 7 Trace Elements in Aquatic Environments -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Sources of Trace Elements -- 7.3 Distributions of Trace Elements -- 7.4 Conclusions -- References -- 8 Trace Metals in Soils -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Analytical Methods for Monitoring Trace Metals in Soils -- 8.3 Assessing Soil Contamination -- 8.4 Conclusions -- References -- 9 The Role of Trace Elements in Living Organisms -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Iron -- 9.3 Zinc -- 9.4 Copper -- 9.5 Manganese -- 9.6 Cobalt -- 9.7 Molybdenum -- 9.8 Vanadium -- 9.9 Nickel -- 9.10 Selenium -- 9.11 Iodine -- 9.12 Boron -- 9.13 Silicon -- 9.14 Chromium -- 9.15 Fluorine -- 9.16 Aluminum -- 9.17 Cadmium -- 9.18 Mercury -- 9.19 Lead -- 9.20 Arsenic -- 9.21 Conclusions -- References -- 10 Fluorine and Silicon as Essential and Toxic Trace Elements -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Fluorine -- 10.3 Silicon -- 10.4 Conclusions -- References -- 11 Biological Functions of Cadmium, Nickel, Vanadium, and Tungsten -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Cadmium -- 11.3 Nickel -- 11.4 Vanadium -- 11.5 Tungsten -- 11.6 Conclusions -- References -- 12 Biosorption of Trace Elements -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Cobalt Biosorption -- 12.3 Copper Biosorption -- 12.4 Iron Biosorption -- 12.5 Manganese Biosorption -- 12.6 Nickel Biosorption
12.7 Vanadium Biosorption -- 12.8 Conclusions -- References -- 13 Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification of Trace Elements in the Environment -- 13.1 Introduction - How to Address Environmental Issues in One Shot -- 13.2 A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with a Single Step: Basic Concepts Relating to Bioconcentration and Biomagnification Issues -- 13.3 A History of Food Web Research: Godfathers of Food Web Ecology -- 13.4 We are what we Eat: a General Model of Food Web Structure -- 13.5 Emission of Pollutants to the Environment: Origin of Trace Elements in the Environment -- 13.6 Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification of Trace Elements in the Terrestrial Environment -- 13.7 Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification of Trace Elements in the Marine Environment -- 13.8 Mercury Accumulation in Food Webs -- References -- 14 Hydrometallurgy and Bio-crystallization of Metals by Microorganisms -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Bacteria in Bioleaching -- 14.3 The Physicochemical Base of Bioleaching -- 14.4 Bioleaching Kinetics -- 14.5 Bioleaching Mechanisms -- 14.6 Bioleaching of Individual Minerals -- 14.7 Engineering Aspects of the Bioleaching Process -- 14.8 Modeling of Heap Bioleaching -- 14.9 Biopretreatment of Refractory Gold Ores -- 14.10 Reductive Dissolution Minerals -- 14.11 Bioprecipitation and Biomineralization -- 14.12 Conclusions -- References -- 15 Trace Elements as Fertilizer Micronutrients -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Fertilizers as a Source of Trace Elements - The Positive and Negative Aspects -- 15.3 Effect of Trace Elements on Plant Growth and Development -- 15.4 Forms of Trace Elements -- 15.5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 16 Trace Elements in Animal Nutrition -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Chromium -- 16.3 Cobalt -- 16.4 Copper -- 16.5 Iodine -- 16.6 Iron -- 16.7 Manganese -- 16.8 Molybdenum -- 16.9 Selenium -- 16.10 Zinc
16.11 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 17 Trace Elements in Human Nutrition -- 17.1 Iodine (I) -- 17.2 Selenium (Se) -- 17.3 Fluorine (F) -- 17.4 Molybdenum (Mo) -- 17.5 Iron [Fe] -- 17.6 Copper (Cu) -- 17.7 Manganese (Mn) -- 17.8 Zinc (Zn) -- References -- 18 Trace Elements in Human Health -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 Boron (B) -- 18.3 Cobalt (Co) -- 18.4 Chromium (Cr) -- 18.5 Copper (Cu) -- 18.6 Fluorine (F) -- 18.7 Iodine (I) -- 18.8 Iron (Fe) -- 18.9 Manganese (Mn) -- 18.10 Molybdenum (Mo) -- 18.11 Selenium (Se) -- 18.12 Zinc (Zn) -- 18.13 Conclusions -- References -- 19 Spirulina as a Raw Material for Products Containing Trace Elements -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 Spirulina Biomass as a Source of Trace Elements -- 19.3 Spirulina as a Source of Zinc -- 19.4 Spirulina as a Source of Iron -- 19.5 Spirulina as a Source of Chromium -- 19.6 Spirulina as a Source of Copper -- 19.7 Spirulina as a Source of Selenium -- 19.8 Conclusions -- References -- 20 Dietary Food and Feed Supplements with Trace Elements -- 20.1 Introduction -- 20.2 The Need for Trace Element Supplementation in Humans and Animals -- 20.3 Specific Roles of Trace Elements in Antioxidant Defenses -- 20.4 Feed Supplements -- 20.5 Human Side of Trace Mineral Supplementation -- 20.6 From Trace Minerals to Functional Food - the Case for Selenium -- 20.7 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- 21 Biofortification of Food with Trace Elements -- 21.1 Introduction -- 21.2 Biofortification of Plant Foodstuff -- 21.3 Cereals -- 21.4 Biofortification of Animal Foodstuffs -- 21.5 Conclusions -- 22 Biomarkers of Trace Element Status -- 22.1 Introduction -- 22.2 Biomarkers -- 22.3 Human Biomonitoring -- 22.4 Exposure to Trace Elements -- 22.5 Matrices -- 22.6 Interpretation of Biomarker-based Results -- 22.7 Conclusions -- References
23 Human Exposure to Trace Elements from Dental Biomaterials -- 23.1 Introduction -- 23.2 Biocompatibility -- 23.3 Definition of Biomaterials -- 23.4 Regulations and Standards for Dental Biomaterials -- 23.5 Types of Biomaterials Used in Dentistry -- 23.6 The Oral Cavity as an Environment for Metallic Biomaterials -- 23.7 Release of Trace Metals from Dental Biomaterials: In Vitro and In Vivo Studies -- 23.8 Conclusions -- References -- 24 Industrial Use of Trace Elements and their Impact on the Workplace and the Environment -- 24.1 Introduction -- 24.2 Health Risks Associated with Handling Fertilizers in the Workplace -- 24.3 Trace Elements in Inorganic Fertilizers -- 24.4 Trace Elements in other Industrial Activities -- 24.5 Effects of Heavy Metals on Human Health -- 24.6 Conclusions -- 25 Speciation of Trace Elements and its Importance in Environmental and Biomedical Sciences -- 25.1 The Need for Speciation Analysis - Do We Know Enough? -- 25.2 Speciation Analysis Development - How Far We Have Come? -- 25.3 Defining Undefined - Basic Terms Related to Speciation -- 25.4 Speciation as the Analytical Challenge - Problems to be Solved -- 25.5 Sequential Fractionation - an Introduction to Elemental Speciation Analysis -- 25.6 Hyphenated Techniques in Speciation Analysis - How Far We Can Reach? -- 25.7 Analytical Relevance of Trace Element Speciation in Environmental and Biomedical Sciences - Speciation of As, Se, Cr, Hg, and Sb -- References -- 26 Trace Elements - A Threat or Benefit? -- 26.1 Introduction -- 26.2 Trace Elements as Plant Micronutrients -- 26.3 Trace Elements as Toxic Elements to Plants -- 26.4 Trace Elements as Micronutrients in Humans and Animals -- 26.5 Trace Elements as Toxic Elements to Humans and Animals -- 26.6 Beneficial and Unfavorable Roles of Trace Elements in the Environment -- 26.7 Trace Elements as Pharmaceuticals
26.8 Conclusions
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