You will prepare and submit a term paper on Synthetic Studies Towards Cylindrospermopsin. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. Studies carried out on bioaccumulation of Cylindrospermopsin are systematically reviewed collectively with analysis of accumulation patterns. A discussion pertaining aspects that influence bioaccumulation rates and potentials are outlined, together with detection, monitoring and risk assessments. Lastly, major gaps in the present research have been identified for future research.
This research, as well as others that have been carried out in this field, seek to provide reliable information about the interconnection between cylindrospermopsin (a marine natural product) and its causative nature in freshwater toxic blooms, it anticipated addressing a number of aspects such as properties of cylindrospermopsin, its distribution and detection, its impact on human health, ecological effects, patterns of toxic uptake and deposition among others. Previously, there have been several approaches used to address these aspects. This research sums up some of the descriptive data, together with information from previous studies, in an attempt to explain synthetic evidence towards the marine natural product (cylindrospermopsin) which is the causative agent in freshwater toxic blooms. It reviews as well, human health risks and environmental challenges associated with cylindrospermopsin. The study focus on Cylindrospermopsin is centered on human health risks and other environmental effects and still on bioaccumulation. This is regrettable given that Cylindrospermopsin is increasing in importance and bioaccumulation has significant impacts on human and ecological health risks (Humpage 2008). With no further research, synthetic risk assessments are roughly certain undervaluing the general risks of toxin-containing blooms.
The study narrows down to effects of cylindrospermopsin in mammalian species, or their end organs and cells. .