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Effects of antimycin A and retenone on macrobenthos in ponds
Larry J. Houf
|Other titles||Aquatic macroinvertebrates in a small Wisconsin trout stream before, during, and two years after treatment with the fish toxicant antimycin.|
|Statement||by Larry J. Houf and Robert S. Campbell. Aquatic macroinvertebrates in a small Wisconsin trout stream before, during, and two years after with the fish toxicant antimycin / by Gerarld Z. Jacobi and Donald J. Degan.|
|Series||Investigations in fish control -- 80., Investigations in fish control -- 81.|
|Contributions||Campbell, Robert S. 1904-, Jacobi, Gerald Z., Degan, Donald J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 29, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 0 by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc. Vol. , No. 12, Issue of Ap pp. , Printed in 1J.S.A. The Effect of Antimycin A on Mouse Liver Inner Mitochondrial Membrane Channel Activity* (Received for publication, Octo). Rotenone again prevents the antimycin A-induced H 2 O 2 generation. Mean ± S.E., n = 5. a, p antimycin A. C, succinate as substrate, hatched bars, antimycin A plus rotenone increases H 2 O 2 production in mitochondria compared with rotenone .
Antimycin A treatment decreases respiratory internal rotenone-insensitive NADH oxidation capacity in potato leaves. Geisler DA(1), Johansson FI, Svensson AS, Rasmusson AG. Author information: (1)Dept of Cell and Organism Biology, Lund University, Sölvegatan 35B, Lund, (SE 62), Sweden. [email protected] Antimycin is a potent electron transport chain (ETC) inhibitor. It inhibits the flow of electrons through complex III of the ETC by blocking the passage of electrons from cytochrome b to cytochrome c. All species that depend on mitochondrial respiration are very sensitive to antimycin and undergo toxic effects when they are exposed. Antimycin.
Larry J Houf has written: 'Effects of antimycin A and retenone on macrobenthos in ponds' -- subject(s): Diseases, Stream ecology, Antifungal agents, Toxicology, Piscicides, Mycoses, Benthos, Trout. Using Antimycin –A (Fintrol) for controlling unwanted fish species in catfish production ponds A number of PAAC catfish growers have reported the presence of unwanted scaled fish species in their catfish ponds. Recently, I assisted with the treatment of a four acre pond with the antibiotic Atimycin-A, which goes by the brand name Fintrol.
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Get this from a library. Investigations in Fish Control: Effects of antimycin A and retenone on macrobenthos in ponds ; Aquatic macroinvertebrates in a small Wisconsin trout stream before, during, and two years after with the fish toxicant antimycin. [Gerald Z Jacobi; Larry J Houf; U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service,;] -- Samples of macrobenthos, collected over a month period from nine. Effects of Antimycin A and Rotenone on Macrobenthos in Ponds by Larry J. Houf and Robert S. Campbell School of Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife Missouri Cooperative Fishery Research Unit University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri Abstract Samples of macrobenthos, collected over a month period from nine ha experimentalCited by: 3.
Effects of antimycin A and retenone on macrobenthos in ponds Investigations in Fish Control 80 By: Larry J. Houf and Robert S.
Campbell. Two ponds were treated with liquid rotenone (5% rotenone), one with 3 mg/L at 24°C and the other with 2 mg/L at 0°C (concentrations of active rotenone were and mg/L, respectively). A lower rate of internal rotenone-insensitive NADH oxidation is observed already after treatment with 3 μM antimycin A, and after 30 μM, the activity is about 38% of the control rate.
The decrease in rotenone-insensitive NADH oxidation at 3 μM antimycin A, as compared to solvent control, is statistically significant at P Cited by: We used rotenone and antimycin A to eradicate nonnative rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss and brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis as part of a program to reintroduce Bonneville cutthroat trout O.
Antimycin A is a secondary metabolites produced by Streptomyces bacteria and a member of a group of related compounds called cin A is classified as an extremely hazardous substance in the United States, as defined in Section of the U.S.
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (42 U.S.C. ), and is subject to strict reporting requirements by facilities which. The complex I inhibitor rotenone (Chu et al., ), the complex III inhibitor antimycin A (McLelland et al., ), the potassium ionophore valinomycin, and the ATP synthase inhibitor oligomycin A can induce mitophagy in a PINK1/Parkin-dependent fashion (Bhatia-Kissova & Camougrand, ; Yamano et al., ).
CCCP/FCCP is a lipid-soluble weak. Ubiquinol oxidation is restricted by leaf treatment with high antimycin A. The activity of external NADH and NADPH oxidation was substantially higher than the internal rotenone-insensitive NADH oxidation (Fig.
1).Treatment of leaves with 10 and 30 μM antimycin A led in both cases to a decreased rate in the isolated mitochondria. Antimycin A, Antibiotic (CAS ), with >95% purity.
Join researchers using our high quality biochemicals. In laboratory flowing-water troughs exposure required to induce % mortality, regardless of time to death for antimycin and rotenone against selected freshwater fish species was determined.
Carp and white suckers required shorter exposures to antimycin (6 hr) than to rotenone (18–24 hr) at field-use concentrations of 5 and 50 ppb respectively.
We assessed the effects of antimycin (Fintrol) on benthic macroinvertebrates during a large Brook Trout Salvelinus fontinalis restoration project in the southeastern United States. Control and treatment sites were established in first‐ through fourth‐order streams throughout the watershed and below the fish passage barrier where a neutralizing agent (potassium permanganate [KMnO 4]) was.
Antimycin and rotenone are two pesticides registered by the Environmental Protection Agency for eradication of fish. Only rotenone is economically feasible for eradicating complete fish populations and is the more commonly used compound. Antimycin can be used to kill scaled fish selectively from catfish ponds, but treatment is usually expensive.
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Howland, R.M., Interaction of antimycin A and rotenone in fish bioassays. Prog. Fish=Cult., 31(1)– Hubbs, C., An evaluation of the use of rotenone as a means of “improving” sports fishing in the Concho River, Texas.
Copeia, (1)– Hubbs, C.L., Secretary Udall reviews the Green River fish eradication program. Antimycin A is an antibiotic that induces apoptosis and inhibits the mitochondrial electron transport chain from cytochrome b to cytochrome C 1. Additionally, studies report that antimycin A causes damage to mitochondrial DNA, lipids, and proteins in cells treated with the antibiotic.
The compound has been shown to mimic cell-death-inducing Bcl 5/5(1). Antimycin A has been used to study the specific sites of reactive oxygen species production in mitochondria isolated from skeletal muscle of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients, and its relationship with local oxidative stress induced by exercise Packag 50, mg in glass bottle.
health and environmental effects, and to determine whether or not the pesticide meets the "no unreasonable adverse effects" criteria of FIFRA.
The Agency made its reregistration eligibility determination for antimycin A based on the required data, the current guidelines for conducting acceptable studies to generate such.
Abstract. Antimycin A is the name given to an antibiotic complex that consists of at least four components of closely related structure. Compounds of this family are produced by a number of species of microorganism of the genus antimycins first attracted considerable interest because of their toxicity toward a number of pathogenic fungi; however, scientific interest in these.
The fish toxicant antimycin was applied to Sams Creek and Starkey Creek in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Blount/Sevier counties, Tennessee to eradicate nonnative rainbow trout (Oncorhyncus mykiss).
Potassium permanganate was applied downstream to detoxify the antimycin. Benthic macroinvertebrate samples were taken at 9 sites inside and outside the treatment zone before and.
Toxicity of antimycin decreased gradually from pH to and abruptly from to with carp (Cyprinus carpio), green sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus), and bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus).
As previously suggested, water hardness had little or no effect on toxicity.Effectiveness of Rotenone in Pond Reclamation,Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Volume pages Effects of the combined use of two fish toxicants, antimycin-A and rotenone, on the zooplankton of a northern bog lake (Research report / Dept.
of Natural Resources).Using Rotenone To Renovate Fish Populations In Farm Ponds. Antimycin and rotenone are two pesticides registered by the Environmental Protection Agency for eradication of fish.
Only rotenone is economically feasible for eradicating complete fish populations and is .