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Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards

by Glen C. Sanderson

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Published by Illinois Natural History Survey in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mallard -- Diseases.,
  • Lead -- Toxicology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGlen C. Sanderson, Horace W. Norton, Sarah S. Hurley.
    SeriesBiological notes / Illinois Natural History Survey -- no. 116, Biological notes (Illinois Natural History Survey) -- no. 116
    ContributionsNorton, Horace W., Hurley, Sarah S., Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH9 .I5 no.116
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23531545M
    OCLC/WorldCa8610753

    S a7/ FIYNAt REPORT CONTRACT NUMBER EFFECTS OF VARIOUS COMBINATIONS AND NUMBERS OF LEAD:IRON PELLETS DOSED IN WILD-TYPE CAPTIVE MALLARDS 27 September Glen C. S. Toxicity of ingested bismuth alloy shot in game-farm mallards View Metadata By: Sanderson, Glen C. - Anderson, William L - Brawn, Jeffrey D - Duncan, Karen L. - Foley, George L. - Seets, James W - Skowron, Loretta M. - Illinois.

    @article{osti_, title = {Mortality and hematology associated with the ingestion of one number four lead shot in black ducks, Anas rubripes}, author = {Pain, D J and Rattner, B A}, abstractNote = {The black duck (anas rubripes) is a dabbling duck endemic to North America. Since population surveys of this species began in the early 's, numbers have declined steadily at the rate of. Effects of five lead (Pb), iron (Fe), or bismuth (Bi)/tin (Sn) alloy shot embedded in the breast muscles of game-farm mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) were studied from 28 March through 27 March We detected no differences in the mean survival times, mean hematocrits, or mean body weights among the three shot types. Connective tissue encapsulated Pb and Bi/Sn shot but only slight Cited by:

    Introduction. Effects of ingestion of lead shot by waterfowl and wetland birds has been studied at the population scale as well as the individual scale [1–3].However, few studies exist about the effects of lead shot ingestion on population trends of non-waterbird avian species, despite the increasing amount of literature on individual by: 5.   A comparative analysis of the relationship between the spleen–a major organ of immunity and helminths was undertaken with bird species, using the phy The effect of Plasmodium berghei and Trypanosoma brucei infections on the immune expulsion of the nematode Trichuris muris from mice. Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on by:


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Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards by Glen C. Sanderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

EffectsofIngestedLead-IronShotonMallards ABSTRACT Eachofninewildmalemallardsineachof12groups wasdosedasfollows:shot(controlgroup);1No.4lead shot; 5No.4steel 1,3,orNo. Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards. Champaign, Ill.: Illinois Natural History Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Glen C Sanderson; Horace W Norton; Sarah S Hurley; Illinois.

Natural History Survey Division. Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards Item Preview remove-circle Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards by Sanderson, Glen C; Norton, This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

See also WorldCat (this item) Pages: Title. Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards / Related Titles. Series: Biological notes / Illinois Natural History Survey, no. Sanderson, Glen C. Norton, Horace W. Hurley, Sarah S. Bibliography: p. Effects of ingested lead-iron shot on mallards Welcome to the IDEALS Repository.

The immunologic effects of lead were measured in game-farm mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) that ingested lead shot while foraging naturally, mallards intubated with lead shot, and unexposed controls. Birds fed whole mixed grain had increased mortality and a higher prevalence of lesions than did ducks fed a commercial ration.

The retention of pellets in the gizzard of week-old mallards was greater than was shot retention in 5-week-old birds, but no difference was observed in the dissolution rate of shot between the two age by: 2.

Abstract. Captive game-farm mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) were dosed with five No. 4 lead (Pb) shot and placed on a diet of shelled corn or commercial duck food (6 ducks).Half of the ducks on each diet was dosed daily with 10 g of soil.

The commercial duck food provided more protection from the effects of Pb toxicity than the 10 g of soil dosed by: 5. to study possible interaction between ingested lead, lead-iron and iron shot and P.

multocida infection in mallard ducks and (d) an experiment to determine the effect of various concentrations of lead, as lead acetate, on the in vitro growth of f.

multocida on blood agar culture plates. Radiographs of mallards with ingested tungsten-bismuth-tin shot 1 day (left) and 11 days (right) postdosing. (A) bird on the left is passing 1 pellet through the intestine. Mallard ducks (Anas platyrhynchos) were sacrificed one month after ingesting one number 4 all-lead shot or one number 4 lead-iron shot.

Livers, kidneys, blood, wingbones, and eggs were analyzed for lead by atomic absorption. Necropsy of sacrificed ducks failed to reveal any of the tissue lesions usually associated with lead poisoning in waterfowl.

game-farmMallards(Anasplatyrhynchos),40ofwhich(20malesand20females)weredosed with 6No.4 candidateshot pellets containing 98% Zn and 2% tin (Sn);the remaining 40 ducks weredosed with 6No.4 steel (Fe)shot and served ascontrols. Show simple item record. Interactions between ingested lead, lead-iron and iron shot and Pasteurella Multocida in mallard ducks.

During severe diarrhea, the object was released from the GI tract. The object was identified as lead shot pellet used for game hunting, and marks on it showed that it had been fired through a rifle. The lead shot pellet had a diameter of 6 mm and a mass of g (Figure 2).

A new abdominal X ray confirmed that the object was no longer in the by:   Large lead shot, #4 or larger, is not ingested by ducks. The signatories, who are all Republicans, allege the ban will have a negative effect on hunters, the economy and wildlife populations.

Post subject: Re: Ingestion of lead shot, by ducks specifically,orally!. Posted: Sat pm. Presentation Grade. Toxicity of Lead Shot among Pen-Reared Mallards, Black Ducks, and Wild Mallards In all tests comparing the relative toxicities of proposed substitute materials with that of commercial lead shot, we used pen- reared mallards, a standard dose of eight, size 6, shot (1 g).

Ingestion of zinc shot by mallard ducks The high dose test birds (two males and two females) were each dosed orally with ten No.

6 high grade zinc shot incorporated in gelatin capsules. The control group again received empty capsules. All shot used in this Cited by: 6. Heat exposure and the toxicity of one number four lead shot in mallards,Anas platyrhynchos. Mulhern B () Effects of lead shot ingestion on δ-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase activity, hemoglobin concentration, and serum chemistry in bald eagles.

The toxicology of lead shot ingestion in ringed turtle cloves under conditions of cold Cited by: 8. Mean percentage of the ingestion of rice, grit and steel-shot in the 4 pens (6 mallards per pen) in a 24 h follow-up study (experiment 3).

Ingestion in each pen was measured in two 24 h periods and the mean of each pen was then used to calculate the mean of the 4 by: The effects of lead shot on Mallard Ducks and the Environment. By Bevan McNaughton.

Introduction: This report was produced to bring attention to hunters and conservationists alike to the issue of the effect that spent lead shot pellets may have on waterfowl and its long lasting presence in the environment.

Both acute and chronic effects occur in response to lead exposure including death. Most research has focused on the availability and ingestion of spent lead shot by waterfowl, especially prior to the federal ban on use of toxic shot for waterfowl hunting.

Less is known about spent lead shot availability and ingestionFile Size: 3MB.Table 1. Incidence o~ Ingested Shot in Li. ve 'Irapped Pintails Mallards from Various Areas in California., wlth '., wlth Year.

Pintail ingested shot Mallard ingested sho t ll16 Table 2. Average (mgjkg) Lead in Wingbones of Ingested Shot Prevalences of ingested lead shot were higher for immatures (7 of 32 birds, 22%) than for adults (3 of 61 birds, 5%), but did not differ between sexes or col-lection methods (Table 1).

Prevalences of ingested steel shot did not differ between sexes, but were higher for hunter shot (10 of 39 birds, 26%) than for randomly col.