Martin Hansen

Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods.

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Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods. / van Ommen Kloeke, A E Elaine; van Gestel, Cornelis A. M.; Styrishave, Bjarne; Hansen, Martin; Ellers, Jacintha; Roelofs, Dick.

I: Ecotoxicology (London, England), Bind 21, Nr. 4, 01.05.2012, s. 1084-1093.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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van Ommen Kloeke, AEE, van Gestel, CAM, Styrishave, B, Hansen, M, Ellers, J & Roelofs, D 2012, 'Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods.', Ecotoxicology (London, England), bind 21, nr. 4, s. 1084-1093. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-012-0861-z

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van Ommen Kloeke, A. E. E., van Gestel, C. A. M., Styrishave, B., Hansen, M., Ellers, J., & Roelofs, D. (2012). Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods. Ecotoxicology (London, England), 21(4), 1084-1093. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-012-0861-z

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van Ommen Kloeke AEE, van Gestel CAM, Styrishave B, Hansen M, Ellers J, Roelofs D. 2012. Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods. Ecotoxicology (London, England). 21(4):1084-1093. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-012-0861-z

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van Ommen Kloeke AEE, van Gestel CAM, Styrishave B, Hansen M, Ellers J, Roelofs D. Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods. Ecotoxicology (London, England). 2012 maj 1;21(4):1084-1093. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-012-0861-z

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van Ommen Kloeke, A E Elaine ; van Gestel, Cornelis A. M. ; Styrishave, Bjarne ; Hansen, Martin ; Ellers, Jacintha ; Roelofs, Dick. / Molecular and life-history effects of a natural toxin on herbivorous and non-target soil arthropods. I: Ecotoxicology (London, England). 2012 ; Bind 21, Nr. 4. s. 1084-1093.

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abstract = "Natural toxins, such as isothiocyanate (ITC), are harmful secondary metabolites produced by plants. Many natural toxins occur in commercial crops, yet their possible negative repercussions on especially non-target soil organisms are largely unknown. This study examined life-history and gene transcriptional responses to 2-phenylethyl ITC on two soil arthropod species: Folsomia candida and Protaphorura fimata. To that end the standardized ISO guideline for ecotoxicological tests and a microarray for F. candida were used. The dissipation of 2-phenylethyl ITC in natural soil was investigated using GC-MS/MS for quantification. Half-lives, tested at four concentration levels in natural soil, were on average 16 h with biodegradation as the plausible main removal process. Regardless, toxic effects on reproduction were shown for F. candida and P. fimata, with EC50 values of around 11.5 nmol/g soil illustrating the toxic character of this compound. Gene expression profiles revealed the importance of fatty acid metabolism at low exposure concentrations (EC10), which is associated with the lipophilic nature of 2-phenylethyl ITC. At higher concentrations (EC50) gene expression became more ubiquitous with over-expression of especially stress-related genes and sugar metabolism. The regulation of a gene encoding a precursor of follistatin, furthermore, implied the inhibition of reproduction and may be an important molecular target that can be linked to the observed adverse effect of life-history traits.",
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AU - Hansen, Martin

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AU - Roelofs, Dick

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AB - Natural toxins, such as isothiocyanate (ITC), are harmful secondary metabolites produced by plants. Many natural toxins occur in commercial crops, yet their possible negative repercussions on especially non-target soil organisms are largely unknown. This study examined life-history and gene transcriptional responses to 2-phenylethyl ITC on two soil arthropod species: Folsomia candida and Protaphorura fimata. To that end the standardized ISO guideline for ecotoxicological tests and a microarray for F. candida were used. The dissipation of 2-phenylethyl ITC in natural soil was investigated using GC-MS/MS for quantification. Half-lives, tested at four concentration levels in natural soil, were on average 16 h with biodegradation as the plausible main removal process. Regardless, toxic effects on reproduction were shown for F. candida and P. fimata, with EC50 values of around 11.5 nmol/g soil illustrating the toxic character of this compound. Gene expression profiles revealed the importance of fatty acid metabolism at low exposure concentrations (EC10), which is associated with the lipophilic nature of 2-phenylethyl ITC. At higher concentrations (EC50) gene expression became more ubiquitous with over-expression of especially stress-related genes and sugar metabolism. The regulation of a gene encoding a precursor of follistatin, furthermore, implied the inhibition of reproduction and may be an important molecular target that can be linked to the observed adverse effect of life-history traits.

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