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Techniki chromatograficzne stosowane w analizie związków tworzących i opłaszczających pióra ptaków

Autorzy Baran, M. J. 
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EN Chromathographic techniques applied in analysis of avian plumage’ compounds
Języki publikacji PL
Abstrakty
PL Pióra ptaków są obecnie powszechnie wykorzystywanym materiałem analitycznym służącym do badań jakościowych i ilościowych m.in. w ekotoksykologii (metale ciężkie, trwałe związki organiczne), fizjologii i chemotaksonomii ptaków (barwniki, bakteriostatyki), agrotechnice i weterynarii drobiu (preparaty farmaceutyczne). Niniejszy przegląd prezentuje stan wiedzy za okres ostatnich 70 lat na temat stosowania różnych metod chromatograficznych, będących najczęsciej wykorzystywaną grupą technik analizy instrumentalnej w początkowym (wstępne rozdzielenie) lub ostatecznym (pełen rozdział i detekcja) opracowywaniu tak nietypowej matrycy. Pokrótce zostały również omówione poszczególne cele i zagadnienia analityczne, które zostały osiągnięte z wykorzystaniem upierzenia ptaków oraz konserwującej go wydzieliny gruczołu kuprowego.
EN Birds’ feathers are the subject of interest for lots of research projects regarding for example monitoring of ecosystems before and after environmental contamination, qualitative and quantitative analyses of organic and inorganic pollutants, chemotaxonomic studies, physiology of birds. This paper is an overview of chromatographic techniques applied in analysis of avian plumage’s compounds. Most of the chromatographic protocols designed for separation and detection of internal and external components present in birds’ feathers use gas chromatography coupled to a mass spectrometry, high-performance liquid chromatography and thinlayer chromatography.
Słowa kluczowe
PL GS-MS   HPLC   TLC   pióra   biomonitoring   trwałe zanieczyszenia organiczne   lipidy   karotenoidy  
EN gas chromatography   liquid chromatography   thin layer chromatography   feathers   biomonitoring   POPs   lipids   karotenoids  
Wydawca Publishing House of Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities
Czasopismo Camera Separatoria
Rocznik 2011
Tom Vol. 3, No. 1
Strony 33--49
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 126 poz., tab.
Twórcy
autor Baran, M. J.
  • Politechnika Koszalińska, Wydział Budownictwa i Inżynierii Środowiska, Zakład Toksykologii i Bioanalityki, ul. Śniadeckich 2, 75-453 Koszalin, michalba@wbiis.tu.koszalin.pl
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