Tetracycline and Metabolites in Agricultural Farmland Soil and Petroselinum Crispum var. Neapolitanum Roots and Leafs

Natural Resources and Sustainable Development, 2012

6 Pages Posted: 8 Dec 2015

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Fodor Alexandrina

University of Oradea

Petrehele Anda Ioana Gratiela

University of Oradea

Bungău Simona Gabriela

University of Oradea

Ţit Delia Mirela

University of Oradea

Date Written: December 7, 2015

Abstract

ELISA screening method (suitable analytical technique with specificity, sensitivity and simplicity) was used to monitor the TCS accumulation in agricultural farmland soil and Garden Parsley (Petroselinum Crispum var. neapolitanum) roots and leafs. Residues of TCs, used in veterinary and human medicine, end up in the agricultural farmlands due to the common practice of land application of manure. These excreted TCs, from treated animals, are quite persistent in soil and can accumulate with repeated manure application and it can lead to an increase of the TCs concentration in cultivated vegetables used as human food. The main goal of this study is to study the TCs accumulation in the soil and cultivated Petroselinum crispum var. neapolitanum-radix and leafs. The samples were taken from an agricultural farmland in NW-Romania.

Keywords: tetracycline, ELISA, soil, Parsley

JEL Classification: A10

Suggested Citation

Alexandrina, Fodor and Anda Ioana Gratiela, Petrehele and Simona Gabriela, Bungău and Delia Mirela, Ţit, Tetracycline and Metabolites in Agricultural Farmland Soil and Petroselinum Crispum var. Neapolitanum Roots and Leafs (December 7, 2015). Natural Resources and Sustainable Development, 2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2700191

Fodor Alexandrina (Contact Author)

University of Oradea ( email )

Universitatii nr. 1
Oradea, Bihor 410087
Romania

Petrehele Anda Ioana Gratiela

University of Oradea ( email )

Universitatii nr. 1
Oradea, Bihor 410087
Romania

Bungău Simona Gabriela

University of Oradea ( email )

Universitatii nr. 1
Oradea, Bihor 410087
Romania

Ţit Delia Mirela

University of Oradea ( email )

Universitatii nr. 1
Oradea, Bihor 410087
Romania

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