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Ankara'daki marketlerde vakum paketli dumanlanmış balık türlerinde (Mackerel, Salmo salar ve Oncorhynhus mykiss) ağır metallerin (kadmiyum ve kurşun) belirlenmesi.

Year 2006, Volume 23, Issue 3, 353 - 356, 01.09.2006

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References

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  • Canlı, M., G. Atlı, 2005. The relationships between heavy metal (Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Zn) levels and the size of six Mediterranean fish species. Environmental Pollution., 121: 129-136.
  • Dalman, Ö., A. Demirak, A. Balcı, 2006. Determination of heavy metals (Cd, Pb) and trace elements (Cu, Zn) in sediments and fish of South-eastern Aegean Sea (Turkey) by atomic absorption spectrometry. Food Chemistry., 95:157-162.
  • Eboh, L., H.D. Mepba, M.B. Ekpo, 2006. Heavy metal contaminants and processing effects on the composition, storage stability and fatty acid profiles of five common commercially available fish species in Oron Local Government, Nigeria. Food Chemistry., 97(3): 490-497.
  • Edwards, J.W., K.S. Edyvane, V.A. Boxall, M. Hamann, K.L. Soole, 2001. Metal levels in seston and marine fish flesh near industrial and metropolitan centres in South Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin., 42(5): 389-396.
  • Ersoy, B., Y. Yanar, A. Küçükgülmez, M. Çelik, 2006. Effects of four cooking methods on the heavy metal concentrations of sea bass fillets (Dicentrarchus labrax Linne, 1785). Food Chemistry, 99(4): 748-751.
  • Gaspic, Z.K., T. Zvonaric, N. Vrgoc, N. Odzak, A. Baric, 2002. Cadmium and lead in selected tissues of two commercially important fish species from the Adriatic Sea. Water Research., 36:5023-5028.
  • Goyer, R.A. 1991. Toxic effects of metals. In: Amdur. M.O. Douli, J., Klansmen, C.D. (Eds.) Caserrett and Doull’s Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons, Fourth ed. Pergamon Press New York. pp: 623-680.
  • Henry, F., R. Amara, L. Courcot, D. Lacourte, M.L. Bertho, 2004. Heavy metals in four species from the French coast of the Eastern English Channel and Southern Bight of the North sea. Environment International., 30: 675-683
  • Ikem, A., N.O. Egiebor, 2005. Assessment of trace elements in canned fishes (mackerel, tuna, salmon, sardines and herrings) marketed in Georgia and Alabama (United States of America). Journal of Food Composition and Analysis., 18: 771-787.
  • Jarup, L., M. Berglund, C.G. Elinder, G. Nordberg, M. Vahter, 1998. Health effects of cadmium exposure- a review of the literature and a risk estimate. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health., 24: 1- 52.
  • Khansari, F.E., M.G. Khansari, M. Abdollahi, 2005. Heavy metals content of canned tuna fish. Food Chemistry., 93: 293-296.
  • Küçüksezgin, F., A. Kontas, O. Altay, E. Uluturhan, E. Darilmaz, E. 2006. Assessment of marine pollution in Izmir Bay: Nutrient, heavy metal and total hydrocarbon concentrations. Environment International., 32(1): 41- 51.
  • Mendil, D., Ö.D. Uluözlü, E. Hasdemir, M. Tüzen, H. Sari, M. Suiçmez, 2005. Determination of trace metal levels in seven fish species in lakes in Tokat, Turkey. Food Chemistry., 90: 175-179.
  • Munoz, O., J.M. Bastias, M. Araya, A. Morales, C. Orellana, R. Rebolledo, D. Velez, 2005. Estimation of the dietary intake of cadmium, lead, mercury, and arsenic by the population of Santiago (Chile) using Total Diet Study. Food and Chemical Toxicology.,43:1647-1655.
  • Oehlenschläger, J. 2005. Identifying heavy metals in fish. In: Safety and Quality Issues in Fish Processing. Ed: Bremner, H.A. Woodhead Publishing Limited and CRC Press LLC. pp. 95-108
  • Romeo, M., Y. Siau, Z. Sidoumou, M. Gnassia-Barelli, 1999. Heavy metal distribution in different fish species from the Mauritania coast. The Science of the Total Environment., 232: 169-175.
  • Satarug, S., J.R. Baker, S. Urbenjapol, M. Haswell-Elkins, P.E.B. Reilly, D.J. Williams, M.R. Moore, 2003. A global perspective on cadmium pollution and toxicity in non-occupationally exposed population. Toxicology Letters., 137: 65-83.
  • Sures, B., H. Taraschewski, C. Haug, 1995. Determination of trace metals (Cd, Pb) in fish by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry after microwave digestion. Analytica Chimica Acta., 311: 135-139.
  • Türkmen, A., M. Türkmen, Y. Tepe, I. Akyurt, 2005. Heavy metals in three commercially valuable fish species from Iskenderun Bay, Northern East Mediterranean Sea, Turkey. Food Chemistry., 91:167-172.
  • Tüzen, M. 2003. Determination of heavy metals in fish samples of the middle Black Sea (Turkey) by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry. Food Chemistry, 80: 119-123.

Assessment of Heavy Metals (Cadmium and Lead) in Vacuum Packaged Smoked Fish Species (Mackerel, Salmo salar and Oncorhynhus mykiss) Marketed in Ankara (Turkey).

Year 2006, Volume 23, Issue 3, 353 - 356, 01.09.2006

Abstract

Ankara’daki marketlerde vakum paketli dumanlanmış balık türlerinde (Mackerel, Salmo salar ve Oncorhynhus mykiss) ağır metallerin (kadmiyum ve kurşun) belirlenmesi. Ankara’daki marketlerde, ticari olarak satılan dumanlanmış ve vakum paketlenmiş balık türlerindeki kadmiyum (Cd) ve kurşun (Pb) konsantrasyonları değerlendirilmiştir. 2004-2005 yılları arasında Ankara’daki hipermarketlerden toplam 73 adet dumanlanıp paketlenmiş balık fileto örneği temin edilmiştir. İz element konsantrasyonu GFAAS yöntemi ile ölçülmüştür. Cd için sınır değer kuru maddede 0.003-0.034 mg kg -1 olarak bulunurken, Pb için bu değer 0.001-0.791 mg kg-1 olarak bulunmuştur. Analiz edilen tüm balık örneklerinde kadmiyum konsantrasyonu, Türkiye ve Avrupa Birliği Mevzuatı tarafından 0.05 mg kg-1 olarak belirlenen limitlerin altındayken, 27 balık örneğindeki Pb seviyesi Türkiye’deki kabul edilebilir limitleri aşmıştır (0.2 mg kg-1). Buna rağmen, yüksek seviyelerde ölçülen ağır metal konsantrasyonlarında bile, haftada 400 g balık tüketen 60 kg ağırlığında bir yetişkinin tahmini haftalık Pb ve Cd alım miktarı, Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee tarafından tavsiye edilen geçici tolere edilebilir haftalık alım miktarının (Cd için 7 µg-kg-1 ve Pb için 25 µg kg-1) altında olduğu saptanmıştır

References

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  • Altindağ, A., S.Yiğit, 2005. Assessment of heavy metal concentrations in the food web of lake Beyşehir, Turkey. Chemosphere., 60:552-556.
  • Anonymous, 1993a. Evaluation of certain food additives and contaminants. 41st Report of Joint FAO/WHO Committee on Food Additives, Geneva Switzerland.
  • Anonymous, 1993b. IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer). Cadmium and cadmium compounds (Group 1). IARC monographs.58. International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon.
  • Anonymous. 2002. Establishment of maximum residue limits of certain contaminants in foods, Turkish Food Codex No. 2002/63. (Türk Gıda Kodeksi, Gıda maddelerinde belirli bulaşanların maksimum seviyelerinin belirlenmesi hakkında tebliğ No:2002/63).
  • Anonymous, 2003. Joint FAO/WHO expert committee on food additives.
  • Sixty-first Meeting Rome, June 10-19
  • Anonymous. 2005. Commission Regulation (EC) No:78/2005 of 16 January 2005 amending Regulation EC No: 466/2001 as regards heavy metals. Official Journal L 16/43. 20/1/2005 pp. 43-45.
  • Canlı, M., G. Atlı, 2005. The relationships between heavy metal (Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Zn) levels and the size of six Mediterranean fish species. Environmental Pollution., 121: 129-136.
  • Dalman, Ö., A. Demirak, A. Balcı, 2006. Determination of heavy metals (Cd, Pb) and trace elements (Cu, Zn) in sediments and fish of South-eastern Aegean Sea (Turkey) by atomic absorption spectrometry. Food Chemistry., 95:157-162.
  • Eboh, L., H.D. Mepba, M.B. Ekpo, 2006. Heavy metal contaminants and processing effects on the composition, storage stability and fatty acid profiles of five common commercially available fish species in Oron Local Government, Nigeria. Food Chemistry., 97(3): 490-497.
  • Edwards, J.W., K.S. Edyvane, V.A. Boxall, M. Hamann, K.L. Soole, 2001. Metal levels in seston and marine fish flesh near industrial and metropolitan centres in South Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin., 42(5): 389-396.
  • Ersoy, B., Y. Yanar, A. Küçükgülmez, M. Çelik, 2006. Effects of four cooking methods on the heavy metal concentrations of sea bass fillets (Dicentrarchus labrax Linne, 1785). Food Chemistry, 99(4): 748-751.
  • Gaspic, Z.K., T. Zvonaric, N. Vrgoc, N. Odzak, A. Baric, 2002. Cadmium and lead in selected tissues of two commercially important fish species from the Adriatic Sea. Water Research., 36:5023-5028.
  • Goyer, R.A. 1991. Toxic effects of metals. In: Amdur. M.O. Douli, J., Klansmen, C.D. (Eds.) Caserrett and Doull’s Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons, Fourth ed. Pergamon Press New York. pp: 623-680.
  • Henry, F., R. Amara, L. Courcot, D. Lacourte, M.L. Bertho, 2004. Heavy metals in four species from the French coast of the Eastern English Channel and Southern Bight of the North sea. Environment International., 30: 675-683
  • Ikem, A., N.O. Egiebor, 2005. Assessment of trace elements in canned fishes (mackerel, tuna, salmon, sardines and herrings) marketed in Georgia and Alabama (United States of America). Journal of Food Composition and Analysis., 18: 771-787.
  • Jarup, L., M. Berglund, C.G. Elinder, G. Nordberg, M. Vahter, 1998. Health effects of cadmium exposure- a review of the literature and a risk estimate. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health., 24: 1- 52.
  • Khansari, F.E., M.G. Khansari, M. Abdollahi, 2005. Heavy metals content of canned tuna fish. Food Chemistry., 93: 293-296.
  • Küçüksezgin, F., A. Kontas, O. Altay, E. Uluturhan, E. Darilmaz, E. 2006. Assessment of marine pollution in Izmir Bay: Nutrient, heavy metal and total hydrocarbon concentrations. Environment International., 32(1): 41- 51.
  • Mendil, D., Ö.D. Uluözlü, E. Hasdemir, M. Tüzen, H. Sari, M. Suiçmez, 2005. Determination of trace metal levels in seven fish species in lakes in Tokat, Turkey. Food Chemistry., 90: 175-179.
  • Munoz, O., J.M. Bastias, M. Araya, A. Morales, C. Orellana, R. Rebolledo, D. Velez, 2005. Estimation of the dietary intake of cadmium, lead, mercury, and arsenic by the population of Santiago (Chile) using Total Diet Study. Food and Chemical Toxicology.,43:1647-1655.
  • Oehlenschläger, J. 2005. Identifying heavy metals in fish. In: Safety and Quality Issues in Fish Processing. Ed: Bremner, H.A. Woodhead Publishing Limited and CRC Press LLC. pp. 95-108
  • Romeo, M., Y. Siau, Z. Sidoumou, M. Gnassia-Barelli, 1999. Heavy metal distribution in different fish species from the Mauritania coast. The Science of the Total Environment., 232: 169-175.
  • Satarug, S., J.R. Baker, S. Urbenjapol, M. Haswell-Elkins, P.E.B. Reilly, D.J. Williams, M.R. Moore, 2003. A global perspective on cadmium pollution and toxicity in non-occupationally exposed population. Toxicology Letters., 137: 65-83.
  • Sures, B., H. Taraschewski, C. Haug, 1995. Determination of trace metals (Cd, Pb) in fish by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry after microwave digestion. Analytica Chimica Acta., 311: 135-139.
  • Türkmen, A., M. Türkmen, Y. Tepe, I. Akyurt, 2005. Heavy metals in three commercially valuable fish species from Iskenderun Bay, Northern East Mediterranean Sea, Turkey. Food Chemistry., 91:167-172.
  • Tüzen, M. 2003. Determination of heavy metals in fish samples of the middle Black Sea (Turkey) by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry. Food Chemistry, 80: 119-123.

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Primary Language Turkish
Journal Section Articles
Authors

U. Tansel ŞİRELİ This is me


Muammer GÖNCÜOĞLU This is me


Yeliz YILDIRIM This is me


Ali GÜCÜKOĞLU This is me


Ömer ÇAKMAK This is me

Publication Date September 1, 2006
Application Date December 7, 2015
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Published in Issue Year 2006, Volume 23, Issue 3

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APA Şireli, U. T. , Göncüoğlu, M. , Yıldırım, Y. , Gücükoğlu, A. & Çakmak, Ö. (2006). Assessment of Heavy Metals (Cadmium and Lead) in Vacuum Packaged Smoked Fish Species (Mackerel, Salmo salar and Oncorhynhus mykiss) Marketed in Ankara (Turkey). . Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences , 23 (3) , 353-356 . Retrieved from http://www.egejfas.org/en/pub/issue/5013/67907