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Microplastic ingestion evidence by economically important farmed fish species from Turkey
Microplastic pollution and its potential impacts on humans become a global concern. This study is the first study examining the microplastic ingestion in the commercially important species Oncorhynchus mykiss Rainbow trout ...
First record of microplastic occurence at the commercial fish from Orontes River
Freshwater environments are more sensitive to anthropogenic influences and usually contain higher concentrations of pollutants than marine environments. Microplastic pollution causes additional stress on freshwater animals; ...
Detection of microplastic fibers tangle in deep-water rose shrimp (Parapenaeus longirostris, Lucas, 1846) in the northeastern Mediterranean Sea
Microplastic (MP) pollution in marine environments has been a major global concern in recent years. Microplastic particles pose a threat in aquatic animals by accumulating in their digestive system, acting like a pollution ...
Microplastic Occurrence in the Gill and Gastrointestinal Tract of Chelon ramada (Mugilidae) in a Highly Urbanized Region, İskenderun Bay, Türkiye
(Marine Science and Technology Bulletin, 2022)
Microplastic pollution in marine ecosystems has become a significant, global concern which attracting the attention of academics and policy makers. This study provides information regarding the microplastic occurrence in ...
Microplastic occurrence in the gastrointestinal tract and gill of bioindicator fish species in the northeastern Mediterranean
Microplastic pollution is an extremely emerging problem and its potential threats to the aquatic organisms were investigated worldwide. In this study, four different commercial fish species (Mullus barbatus (Linnaeus, ...
Microplastic Occurrence in the Gastrointestinal Tract of a Risso’s Dolphin Grampus griseus in the Northeastern Mediterranean Sea
(Istanbul University Faculty of Aquatic Sciences, 2022)
Risso’s dolphin Grampus griseus was stranded on the coast of Arsuz-Uluçınar, Iskenderun Bay, Turkey in the northeastern Mediterranean on 29 March 2022. This study was conducted to reveal the relationship between G. griseus ...