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Correction: Nano-sized Al2O3 reduces acute toxic effects of thiacloprid on the non-biting midge Chironomus riparius

  • Carla S. Lorenz,
  • Anna-J. Wicht,
  • Leyla Guluzada,
  • Leilei Luo,
  • Leonie Jäger,
  • Barbara Crone,
  • Uwe Karst,
  • Rita Triebskorn,
  • Yucang Liang,
  • Reiner Anwander,
  • Stefan B. Haderlein,
  • Carolin Huhn,
  • Heinz-R. Köhler

Correction: Nano-sized Al2O3 reduces acute toxic effects of thiacloprid on the non-biting midge Chironomus riparius

  • Carla S. Lorenz, 
  • Anna-J. Wicht, 
  • Leyla Guluzada, 
  • Leilei Luo, 
  • Leonie Jäger, 
  • Barbara Crone, 
  • Uwe Karst, 
  • Rita Triebskorn, 
  • Yucang Liang, 
  • Reiner Anwander
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In Fig 1, the y-axis is labeled incorrectly. Please see the correct Fig 1 here.

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Fig 1. Internal thiacloprid concentrations in C. riparius larvae [μg/kg] vs nominal concentration in water [μg/L].

Larvae were exposed for 96 h before they were transferred to filtered and dechlorinated tap water for 24 h to empty their guts (n = 1–3). R2 of the respective regression curves were 0.91 for Thiacloprid, 0.97 for animals exposed to the mixture including 300 mg/L nano-Al2O3 and 0.82 for animals exposed to a mixture with 1000 mg/L nano-Al2O3. Nominal values are shown in this graph, whereas measured concentrations can be obtained from Table 1.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0179786.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Lorenz CS, Wicht A-J, Guluzada L, Luo L, Jäger L, Crone B, et al. (2017) Nano-sized Al2O3 reduces acute toxic effects of thiacloprid on the non-biting midge Chironomus riparius. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0176356. pmid:28464012