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-pair formation between 12–molipdophosphate and malachite green was extracted with micro-drop methyl isobutyl ketone followed by spectrophotometric analysis. They have been applied this method for the determination of phosphate in different freshwater samples ( 3 ). Zaruba et al. provided a dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction based on solidification of a floating organic drop (DLLME-SFO) for the separation and preconcentration of orthophosphate at trace levels. The method mainly includes three steps; (I) formation of molybdoantimonatophosphoric heteropoly blue (HPB

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ecosystem contamination by cadmium? Interdisc Toxicol.   2 : 177-183. Laban G, Nies LF, Turco RF, Bickham JW, Sepu'lveda MS. (2010) The effects of silver nanoparticles on fathead minnow ( Pimephales promelas) embryos. Ecotoxicology   19 : 185-195. Mc Aloose D and Newton AL. (2009). Wildlife cancer: a conservation perspective. Nature Reviews   9 : 517-526. Mitrowska K, Posyniak A, Żmudzki J. (2008). Tissue distribution and persistence of malachite green and leucomalachite green in common carp Medycyna Wet   64 : 1055-1058 [in Polish]. Modrá H, Svobodová Z. (2009

(2):159-170. 43. De Oliveira RR, Schwartz-Fiho HO, Novaes AB Jr, Taba M Jr. Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy in the non-surgical treatment of an aggressive periodontitis: A preliminary randomized controlled clinical study. J Periodontol, 2007; 78(6):965-973. 44. Prates RA, Yamada AM Jr, Suzuki LC, Hashimoto MCE, Cai S, Gouw-Soares S, Gomes L, Ribeiro MS. Bactericidal effect of malachite green and red laser on Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans. J Photochem Photobiol B, 2007; 86(1):70-76. 45. Chan Y, Lai C-H. Bactericidal effects of different laser wavelengths on

(fluoro)quinolones in eggs by liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection and confirmation by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry. Food Chem, 4. Hanwen S., Lixin W., Xiaolan O., Xusheng G.: Simultaneous determination of malachite green, enrofloxacin and ciprofloxacin in fish farming water and feed by liquid chromatography with solid-phase extraction. Environmental Monitoring Assessment 2011, 179, 421-429. 5. Haoyan X., Tianyi W., Qi Z., Hui W., Yang X., Xiaopan Z., Feng W., Lan D.: Analysis of

at The Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine during the last five years. Med Pr 1993;XLIV(6):539-44 [in Polish]. Fuchs T, Meinert A, Aberer W, Bahmer FA, Peters KP, Lischka GG, et al. Benzalkonium chloride — a relevant contact allergen or irritant? Results of a multicenter study of the German Contact Allergy Group. Hautarzt 1993;44(11):699-702 [in German]. Intorre L, Meucci V, Di Bello D, Monni G, Soldani G, Pretti C. Tolerance of benzalkonium chloride, formalin, malachite green, and potassium permanganate in goldfish and zebrafish. J Am Vet Met Assoc 2007;231(4):590-5.

(1): 89-95. 150. Makeswari M, Santhi T Removal of malachite green dye from aqueous solutions onto microwave assisted zinc chloride chemical activated epicarp of Ricinus communis. Journal of Water Resource and Protection Vol.5 No.2 (2013), Article ID: 28297,17. 151. Pal R, Banerjee A, Kundu R. Responses of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) to lead stress, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India Section B: Biol. Sci., 2013, 83(4): 643-650. 152. Kathi S, Khan AB. Phytoremediation approaches to PAH contaminated soil. Indian Journal of Science and Technology 2011, 4: 56-63. 153. Perdomo

and the organic dye malachite green (MG), as the fluorescent probe with limits of detection for lead and radon detection, 6.7 nmol/L and 2.06 × 10 3 Bq·h/m 3 , respectively. The changing source of pollutants due to the constant change in building material and consumer products created many of the chemicals found in the indoor environment and occupants. Therefore, monitoring the concentration and type of pollutant and removal of this toxicant in the air is of utmost importance. We believe that biosensors can fulfill the need to detect and provide clean indoor air in