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- Monika Nowrotek; Łukasz Jałowiecki; Monika Harnisz; Grażyna Anna Płaza
- Frontiers of environmental science & engineering 2019 v.13 no.3 pp. 40
- animal manures; antibiotic resistance; antibiotic resistance genes; antibiotics; biosolids; cropland; drug residues; ecosystems; environmental impact; humans; land application; metagenomics; microbiome; microorganisms; municipal wastewater; veterinary drugs; wastewater treatment
- ... Pharmaceutical residues, mainly antibiotics, have been called “emerging contaminants” in the environment because of their increasing frequency of detection in aquatic and terrestrial systems and their sublethal ecological effects. Most of them are undiscovered. Both human and veterinary pharmaceuticals, including antibiotics, are introduced into the environment via many different routes, including ...
- Christian W. Klampfl
- Trends in analytical chemistry 2019 v.111 pp. 13-26
- biosolids; drug residues; environmental assessment; fertilizers; humans; irrigation; metabolites; sewage treatment; soil
- ... Residues of pharmaceuticals are ubiquitous in the environment, due to the increased use of drugs for treating humans and animals. If in agriculture water or biosolids from sewage treatment plants or manure from treated animals are used for irrigation or as a fertilizer respectively, drug residues may come into contact with plants. Subsequently these substances may be taken up, be translocated and ...