Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 10, Issue 3, Jul 2021, Pages 236-242
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.926759
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Minnikova,T., Kolesnikov,S., Sudina,L., Kazeev,K., Sushkova,S., Minkina,T., 2021. Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition. Eurasian J Soil Sci 10(3):236-242. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759
Minnikova,T.Kolesnikov,S.Sudina,L.,Kazeev,K.Sushkova,S.,& Minkina,T. Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 10(3):236-242. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759
Minnikova,T.Kolesnikov,S.Sudina,L.,Kazeev,K.Sushkova,S., and ,Minkina,T."Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 10.3 (2021):236-242. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759
Minnikova,T.Kolesnikov,S.Sudina,L.,Kazeev,K.Sushkova,S., and ,Minkina,T. "Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,10(Jul 2021):236-242 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759
T,Minnikova.S,Kolesnikov.L,Sudina.K,Kazeev.S,Sushkova.T,Minkina "Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.10, no.3, pp.236-242 (Jul 2021), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759
Minnikova,Tatiana ;Kolesnikov,Sergey ;Sudina,Lyudmila ;Kazeev,Kamil ;Sushkova,Svetlana ;Minkina,Tatiana Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2021),10.3:236-242. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759

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Minnikova, T., Kolesnikov, S., Sudina, L., Kazeev, K., Sushkova, S., Minkina, T., 2021. Assessment of ecotoxicity of the bismuth by biological indicators of soil condition. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 10(3): 236-242. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.926759

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Tatiana Minnikova , Southern Federal University, Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Sergey Kolesnikov , Southern Federal University, Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Lyudmila Sudina , Southern Federal University, Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Kamil Kazeev , Southern Federal University, Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Svetlana Sushkova , Southern Federal University, Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Tatiana Minkina , Southern Federal University, Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

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Article first published online : 23 Apr 2021
Manuscript Accepted : 12 Apr 2021
Manuscript Received: 11 Nov 2020
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.926759
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.926759

Abstract

The present study was performed for the ecotoxicity assessment of the bismuth (Bi) effect on the biological indicators of soil condition: total number of soil bacteria, catalase activity, dehydrogenases activity and germination of Radish seeds and length of the Radish roots. Three soil types with significantly different resistance ability to heavy metal pollution were studied: Haplic Chernozems Calcic, Haplic Arenosols Eutric and Haplic Cambisols Eutric.Soil contamination of Bi was simulated in the lab (3, 30 and 300 mg kg-1 dry weight). Changes in the biological parameters of the soil were assessed at 10 day treatment. The data obtained showed that the soils contaminated with Bi in South Russia generally characterized by oppression of the biological properties. The total number of bacteria and enzymatic activity (catalase and dehydrogenases) decreased over the Bi contamination. The indicators of phytotoxicity (germination of radish seeds) increase when bismuth 3 and 30 mg kg-1 is added to the soil. The degree of deterioration in biological properties depends on the concentration of Bi in the soil and the period of time after the onset of pollution. Resistance of soil types to Bi pollution can be described by the following decreasing series: Haplic Chernozem Calcic > Haplic Arenosols Eutric > Haplic Cambisols Eutric. The following regional maximum permissible concentrations (rMPC) of Bi have been proposed: Haplic Chernozem Calcic – 8.5 mg kg-1, Haplic Arenosols Eutric – 2.2 mg kg-1 and Haplic Cambisols Eutric – 1.8 mg kg-1.

Keywords

Biotesting, bismuth, pollution, soil biological properties.

Corresponding author

References

Akay, A., Sert, D., 2020. The effects of whey application on the soil biological properties and plant growth. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 9 (4): 349-355.

Akimenko, Y.V., Kolesnikov, S.I., Kazeev, K.S., Minnikova, T.V., 2018. Biodiagnostics of consequences of soil contamination with modern biocides. 18th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2018. Conference Proceedings. 2-5 July 2018. Albena, Bulgaria. 18: 41–48.

Alekseenko, V.A., Alekseenko, A.V., 2013. Chemical elements in geochemical systems. Soil clarks of residential landscapes. Southern Federal University Press, Rostov on Don, Russia. 380p. [in Russian].

Cortada, U., Hidalgo, M.C., Martínez, J., Rey, J., 2018. Impact in soil caused by metal (loid)s in lead metallurgy. The case of Cruz Smelter (Southern Spain). Journal of Geochemical Exploration 190: 302–313.

Dobrovolskiy, G., Nikitin, E., 2006. Soil ecology – doctrine about ecological functions of soils. Moscow State University Nauka, Moscow, Russia. 362p. [in Russian].

Egorysheva, A.V., Ellert O.G., Zubavichus Y.V., Gajtko O.M., Efimov N.N., Svetogorov R.D., Murzin V.Yu., 2015. New com-plex bismuth oxides in the Bi2O3–NiO–Sb2O5 system and their properties. Journal of Solid State Chemistry 225: 97–104.

Elekes, C.C., Busuioc, G., 2010. The mycoremediation of metals polluted soils using wild growing species of mushrooms. Latest Trends on Engineering Education 1(1): 36–39. 22-24 July 2010, Varna, Bulgaria.

GOST RISO 22030-2009, 2009. National standard of Russian Federation. Soil quality. Biological methods. Chronic phytotoxicity for higher plants, Moscow, Russia. 20p.

Kabata-Pendias, A., Pendias, X., 2010. Trace Elements in Soils and Plants. 4th Edit. Boca Raton, CRC Press, FL, USA. 548p.

Kasimov, N., Vlasov, D., 2012.Technophilic ability of chemical elements in the early XXI century. Moscow State University. Moscow, Russia. Geography 5(1): 15–22 [in Russian].

Kızılkaya, R., Yertayeva, Z., Kaldybayev, S., Murzabayev, B., Zhapparova, A., Nurseitov, Z., 2021. Vermicomposting of anaerobically digested sewage sludge with hazelnut husk and cow manure by earthworm Eisenia foetida. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 10 (1): 38-50.

Kolesnikov, S.I., Kazeev, K.S., Akimenko, Y.V., 2019. Development of regional standards for pollutants in the soil using biological parameters. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 191: 544.

Kolesnikov, S.I., Tsepina, N.I., Sudina, L.V., Minnikova, T.V., Kazeev, K. S., Akimenko, Y.V., 2020. Silver ecotoxicity estimation by the soil state biological indicators. Applied and Environmental Soil Science Article ID 1207210.

Li, Z.Y, Ma, Z.W., van der Kuijp T.J., Yuan, Z.W., Huang, L., 2014. A review of soil heavy metal pollution from mines in China: Pollution and health risk assessment. Science of the Total Environment 468: 843–853.

Liu, B., Wu, F., Li, X., Fu, Zh., Deng, Q., Mo, C., Zhu, J., Zhu. Y., Liao, H., 2011. Arsenic, antimony and bismuth in hu-man hair from potentially exposed individuals in the vicinity of antimony mines in Southwest China. Microchemical Journal 97(1): 20–24.

Meyer, J., Schmidt, A., Michalke, K., Hensel, R., 2007. Volatilisation of metals and metalloids by the microbial population of analluvial soils. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 30(3): 229–238.

Murata, T., 2006. Effects of bismuth contamination on the growth and activity of soil microorganisms using thiols as model compounds. Journal of Environmental Science and Health - Part A Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering 41(2): 161–172.

Murtić, S., Sijahović, E., Čivić, H., Tvica, M., Jurković, J., 2020. In situ immobilisation of heavy metals in soils using natural clay minerals. Plant, Soil and Environment 66: 632–638.

Nagata, T., 2015. Growth inhibition and IRT1 induction of Arabidopsis thaliana in response to bismuth. Journal of Plant Biology 58(5): 311–317.

Omouri, Z., Hawari, J., Fournier, M, Robidoux, P.Y., 2018. Bioavailability and chronic toxicity of bismuth citrate to earth-worm Eisenia andrei exposed to natural sandy soil. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 147: 1–8.

Reus, T.L., Machado, T.N., Bezerra, A.G.Jr., Marcon, B.H., Paschoal, A.C.C., Kuligovski, C., de Aguiar, A.M., Dallagiovanna, B., 2018. Dose-dependent cytotoxicity of bismuth nanoparticles produced by LASiS in a reference mammalian cell line BALB/C 3T3. Toxicology in Vitro 53: 99–106.

Soriano, А., Pallarés, S., Pardo, F., Vicente, A.B., Sanfeliu, T., Bech, J., 2012. Deposition of heavy metals from particulate settleable matter in soils of an industrialised area. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 113: 36–44.

Wei, C., Deng, Q., Wu, F., Fu, Z., Xu, L., 2011. Arsenic, antimony, and bismuth uptake and accumulation by plants in an old antimony mine, China. Biological Trace Element Research 144(1-3): 1150–1158.

WRB, 2015. International soil classification system for naming soils and creating legends for soil maps. World Soil Resources Reports No. 106. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy. 192p. Available at [access date: 11.11.2020]: http://www.fao.org/3/i3794en/I3794en.pdf

Xiong, Q.L., Zhao, W.J., Guo, X.Y., Shu, T.T., Chen, F.T., Zheng, X.X., Gong, Z.N., 2015. Dustfall heavy metal pollution dur-ing winter in North China. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 95(4): 548–554.

Yurgenson, G.A, Gorban, D.N., 2017. Features of bismuth distribution in soils, technosoils and plants of the Sherlovoaya mountain ore region. International Journal of Applied and Fundamental Research 7: 111–116 [in Russian].

Zhang, C., Qiao, Q., Piper, J.D.A., Huang, B., 2011a. Assessment of heavy metal pollution from a Fe-smelting plant in urban river sediments using environmental magnetic and geochemical methods. Environmental Pollution 159(10): 3057–3070.

Zhang, N., Fu, N., Fang, Z., Feng, Y., Ke, L., 2011b. Simultaneous multi-channel hydride generation atomic fluorescence spectrometry determination of arsenic, bismuth, tellurium and selenium in tea leaves. Food Chemistry 124(3): 1185–1188.

Abstract

The present study was performed for the ecotoxicity assessment of the bismuth (Bi) effect on the biological indicators of soil condition: total number of soil bacteria, catalase activity, dehydrogenases activity and germination of Radish seeds and length of the Radish roots. Three soil types with significantly different resistance ability to heavy metal pollution were studied: Haplic Chernozems Calcic, Haplic Arenosols Eutric and Haplic Cambisols Eutric.Soil contamination of Bi was simulated in the lab (3, 30 and 300 mg kg-1 dry weight). Changes in the biological parameters of the soil were assessed at 10 day treatment. The data obtained showed that the soils contaminated with Bi in South Russia generally characterized by oppression of the biological properties. The total number of bacteria and enzymatic activity (catalase and dehydrogenases) decreased over the Bi contamination. The indicators of phytotoxicity (germination of radish seeds) increase when bismuth 3 and 30 mg kg-1 is added to the soil. The degree of deterioration in biological properties depends on the concentration of Bi in the soil and the period of time after the onset of pollution. Resistance of soil types to Bi pollution can be described by the following decreasing series: Haplic Chernozem Calcic > Haplic Arenosols Eutric > Haplic Cambisols Eutric. The following regional maximum permissible concentrations (rMPC) of Bi have been proposed: Haplic Chernozem Calcic – 8.5 mg kg-1, Haplic Arenosols Eutric – 2.2 mg kg-1 and Haplic Cambisols Eutric – 1.8 mg kg-1.

Keywords: Biotesting, bismuth, pollution, soil biological properties.

References

Akay, A., Sert, D., 2020. The effects of whey application on the soil biological properties and plant growth. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 9 (4): 349-355.

Akimenko, Y.V., Kolesnikov, S.I., Kazeev, K.S., Minnikova, T.V., 2018. Biodiagnostics of consequences of soil contamination with modern biocides. 18th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2018. Conference Proceedings. 2-5 July 2018. Albena, Bulgaria. 18: 41–48.

Alekseenko, V.A., Alekseenko, A.V., 2013. Chemical elements in geochemical systems. Soil clarks of residential landscapes. Southern Federal University Press, Rostov on Don, Russia. 380p. [in Russian].

Cortada, U., Hidalgo, M.C., Martínez, J., Rey, J., 2018. Impact in soil caused by metal (loid)s in lead metallurgy. The case of Cruz Smelter (Southern Spain). Journal of Geochemical Exploration 190: 302–313.

Dobrovolskiy, G., Nikitin, E., 2006. Soil ecology – doctrine about ecological functions of soils. Moscow State University Nauka, Moscow, Russia. 362p. [in Russian].

Egorysheva, A.V., Ellert O.G., Zubavichus Y.V., Gajtko O.M., Efimov N.N., Svetogorov R.D., Murzin V.Yu., 2015. New com-plex bismuth oxides in the Bi2O3–NiO–Sb2O5 system and their properties. Journal of Solid State Chemistry 225: 97–104.

Elekes, C.C., Busuioc, G., 2010. The mycoremediation of metals polluted soils using wild growing species of mushrooms. Latest Trends on Engineering Education 1(1): 36–39. 22-24 July 2010, Varna, Bulgaria.

GOST RISO 22030-2009, 2009. National standard of Russian Federation. Soil quality. Biological methods. Chronic phytotoxicity for higher plants, Moscow, Russia. 20p.

Kabata-Pendias, A., Pendias, X., 2010. Trace Elements in Soils and Plants. 4th Edit. Boca Raton, CRC Press, FL, USA. 548p.

Kasimov, N., Vlasov, D., 2012.Technophilic ability of chemical elements in the early XXI century. Moscow State University. Moscow, Russia. Geography 5(1): 15–22 [in Russian].

Kızılkaya, R., Yertayeva, Z., Kaldybayev, S., Murzabayev, B., Zhapparova, A., Nurseitov, Z., 2021. Vermicomposting of anaerobically digested sewage sludge with hazelnut husk and cow manure by earthworm Eisenia foetida. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 10 (1): 38-50.

Kolesnikov, S.I., Kazeev, K.S., Akimenko, Y.V., 2019. Development of regional standards for pollutants in the soil using biological parameters. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 191: 544.

Kolesnikov, S.I., Tsepina, N.I., Sudina, L.V., Minnikova, T.V., Kazeev, K. S., Akimenko, Y.V., 2020. Silver ecotoxicity estimation by the soil state biological indicators. Applied and Environmental Soil Science Article ID 1207210.

Li, Z.Y, Ma, Z.W., van der Kuijp T.J., Yuan, Z.W., Huang, L., 2014. A review of soil heavy metal pollution from mines in China: Pollution and health risk assessment. Science of the Total Environment 468: 843–853.

Liu, B., Wu, F., Li, X., Fu, Zh., Deng, Q., Mo, C., Zhu, J., Zhu. Y., Liao, H., 2011. Arsenic, antimony and bismuth in hu-man hair from potentially exposed individuals in the vicinity of antimony mines in Southwest China. Microchemical Journal 97(1): 20–24.

Meyer, J., Schmidt, A., Michalke, K., Hensel, R., 2007. Volatilisation of metals and metalloids by the microbial population of analluvial soils. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 30(3): 229–238.

Murata, T., 2006. Effects of bismuth contamination on the growth and activity of soil microorganisms using thiols as model compounds. Journal of Environmental Science and Health - Part A Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering 41(2): 161–172.

Murtić, S., Sijahović, E., Čivić, H., Tvica, M., Jurković, J., 2020. In situ immobilisation of heavy metals in soils using natural clay minerals. Plant, Soil and Environment 66: 632–638.

Nagata, T., 2015. Growth inhibition and IRT1 induction of Arabidopsis thaliana in response to bismuth. Journal of Plant Biology 58(5): 311–317.

Omouri, Z., Hawari, J., Fournier, M, Robidoux, P.Y., 2018. Bioavailability and chronic toxicity of bismuth citrate to earth-worm Eisenia andrei exposed to natural sandy soil. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 147: 1–8.

Reus, T.L., Machado, T.N., Bezerra, A.G.Jr., Marcon, B.H., Paschoal, A.C.C., Kuligovski, C., de Aguiar, A.M., Dallagiovanna, B., 2018. Dose-dependent cytotoxicity of bismuth nanoparticles produced by LASiS in a reference mammalian cell line BALB/C 3T3. Toxicology in Vitro 53: 99–106.

Soriano, А., Pallarés, S., Pardo, F., Vicente, A.B., Sanfeliu, T., Bech, J., 2012. Deposition of heavy metals from particulate settleable matter in soils of an industrialised area. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 113: 36–44.

Wei, C., Deng, Q., Wu, F., Fu, Z., Xu, L., 2011. Arsenic, antimony, and bismuth uptake and accumulation by plants in an old antimony mine, China. Biological Trace Element Research 144(1-3): 1150–1158.

WRB, 2015. International soil classification system for naming soils and creating legends for soil maps. World Soil Resources Reports No. 106. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy. 192p. Available at [access date: 11.11.2020]: http://www.fao.org/3/i3794en/I3794en.pdf

Xiong, Q.L., Zhao, W.J., Guo, X.Y., Shu, T.T., Chen, F.T., Zheng, X.X., Gong, Z.N., 2015. Dustfall heavy metal pollution dur-ing winter in North China. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 95(4): 548–554.

Yurgenson, G.A, Gorban, D.N., 2017. Features of bismuth distribution in soils, technosoils and plants of the Sherlovoaya mountain ore region. International Journal of Applied and Fundamental Research 7: 111–116 [in Russian].

Zhang, C., Qiao, Q., Piper, J.D.A., Huang, B., 2011a. Assessment of heavy metal pollution from a Fe-smelting plant in urban river sediments using environmental magnetic and geochemical methods. Environmental Pollution 159(10): 3057–3070.

Zhang, N., Fu, N., Fang, Z., Feng, Y., Ke, L., 2011b. Simultaneous multi-channel hydride generation atomic fluorescence spectrometry determination of arsenic, bismuth, tellurium and selenium in tea leaves. Food Chemistry 124(3): 1185–1188.



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