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Ecotoxicology - MC230P59
Title: Ekotoxikologie
Czech title: Ekotoxikologie
Guaranteed by: Department of Analytical Chemistry (31-230)
Faculty: Faculty of Science
Actual: from 2015
Semester: winter
E-Credits: 3
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/0, Ex [HT]
Capacity: unlimited
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Note: enabled for web enrollment
Guarantor: doc. RNDr. Dr. Radomír Čabala
Teacher(s): doc. RNDr. Dr. Radomír Čabala
Annotation -
Toxicology of environment, ecotoxicology, is purely multidisciplinary subject dealing with topics intersection area of
environmental chemistry, toxicology, environmental protection and ecology. It develops further applications of their
methodologies on the entire environment. The main topics of ecotoxicology are the study of impacts, mechanism and
consequences of anthropogenic xenobiotics effects on environment, including human being. The respective
ecotoxicological output is information applicable for prediction of environmental xenobiotics behavior, minimization of
negative impacts of xenobiotics environmental incidence, for protection of ecosystem and for prevention and evaluation of
hazards resulting from the usage of chemicals. The obtained knowledge is applied within the safety and legislative
regulations.

Note: at the time when epidemiological measures apply, the lecture can also take place in an interactive way in the online mode, eg Google Meets, Windows Teams, etc.
Last update: Čabala Radomír, doc. RNDr. Dr. (09.10.2020)
Literature -

1. Ökotoxikologie, Fent K., Goeorg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, ISBN 3-13-109992-5, 2003
2. Ecotoxicology of organic contaminants, Eros Bacci, Boca Raton, Lewis, ISBN 1-56670-022-1, 1994
3. Chemistry and ecotoxicology of pollution, Miller, Gregory J., W. Connell ed., New York, Wiley, ISBN 0-471-86249-5, 1984
4. Ecotoxicology, Newman, Michael C., Boca Raton, Lewis Publ., ISBN 1-56670-127-9, 1996
5. Ecotoxicology, Schüürmann, Gerrit ,New York, Wiley, ISBN 0-471-17644-3, 1998
6. Handbook of ecotoxicology, Hoffman, David J., Boca Raton, Lewis, ISBN 1-56670-546-0, 2003
7. Introduction to ecotoxicology, Connell, Des W., Oxford, Blackwell, ISBN 0-632-03852-7, 1999
8. Chemie životního prostředí, Kalač, Pavel
9. Výzkum přírodovědeckých složek životního prostředí ČR a SR, Vráblíková, J.
10. Environmentálna toxikológia a všeobecná ekotoxikológia, Aáta Fargašová, ORMAN Bratislava, 2008, ISBN 789-80-969675-6-8
11. Introduction to Environmental Toxicology, W.G. Landis, M.-H. Yu, CRC Press Inc., 1995, ISBN 0-87371-515-2

 

Further materials to download: http://www.natur.cuni.cz/chemie/analchem/cabala/ke-stazeni

Last update: Čabala Radomír, doc. RNDr. Dr. (12.09.2014)
Requirements to the exam -

The whole substance that has been lectured and assigned for self-study is tested.
The exam is written or oral and at least 60% of the maximum score is required to pass the exam.

Last update: Nesměrák Karel, doc. RNDr., Ph.D. (28.10.2019)
Syllabus -

1. Introduction

2. Comparison of goals of toxicology, environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology

3. Aspects of environmental protection in ecotoxicology

4. Basic principles of ecotoxicology

5. Biological availability and factors affecting ecotoxicity

6. Testing methods used in ecotoxicology

7. Bioaccumulation

8. Impacts on individuals and populations

9. Impacts on zoocenosis and ecosystems

10. Mathematical models of the environment

11. Practical aspects of ecotoxicology: Risk and hazard assessment

Last update: SUCHAN (16.04.2007)
Entry requirements -

Prerequisite of the lecture selection is pass of toxicology examination; an advantage is the pass of environmental chemistry examination

Last update: SUCHAN (16.04.2007)
 
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