Journal of
Ecology and The Natural Environment

  • Abbreviation: J. Ecol. Nat. Environ.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9847
  • DOI: 10.5897/JENE
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 359

Table of Content: November 2009; 1(9)

November 2009

Influence of calcium presence on the absorption of cadmium by the rock oyster Saccostrea cucullata from Persian Gulf (Ostreidae; Bivalvia) in laboratory conditions

Bioaccumulation of Cadmium as a function of its concentration and exposure time inSaccostrea cucullata (Ostreidae; Bivalvia) has been studied in filtered sea water and in laboratory. Results showed that the accumulation of Cd by gills was greater than other organs such as visceral mass. At 150 µg /l saturation as a function of time appeared in uptake of Cadmium by gills, all binding sites for Cd may be...

Author(s): Arash Javanshir, Maryam Shapoori, Hamed Azarbad, Ali-Reza Mir-Vaghefiand Afshin Daneh-Kar

  • Article Number: D9210883200

November 2009

Phytosociology of roadside communities to identify ecological potentials of tolerant species

Roadside vegetations are open to contaminations of diverse heavy metals and other gaseous pollutants, and to physical disturbances of being trampled by pedestrians and crushed by vehicles continuously. Being a biodiversity-rich region of the world, roadsides of Southwest India, are expected to be rich in unique pollution-tolerant species. Tolerant plants in heavy metal polluted roadsides may be excluders or accumulators...

Author(s): J. G. Ray and Jojo George

  • Article Number: 44E12803203

November 2009

Environment in Jeopardy: Consequences of climate change in Egypt

Egypt is at risk to the possessions of global warming and potentially facing "catastrophic" consequences in sea level rise (SLR), water scar­city, agriculture and food insufficiency, loss of biodiversity and habitats and new pressures on human health and national economy. To confront these adverse impacts, the Prime Minister re-established in 2007 a National Climate Change Committee consists of scientists...

Author(s): Mohamed Saber

  • Article Number: 0F90BF93207