"Butanol recovery from a synthetic fermentation broth by vacuum distillation in rotating packed bed for improving the water reuse"
 "EFECTO DE LA ESPECIACIÓN EN LA REMOCION DE ARSENICO CON CARBON ACTIVADO"
Alicia Irene Alvarado de la PeñaDone
 Efecto del estrés por irrigación con elevados niveles de salinidad durante el cultivo de uchuva (Physalis peruviana)
Alejandro Rios LozanoDone
 "Detection of viral load of SARS-CoV-2 in environmental aquatic matrices"
Juan Daniel Lira MoralesDone
 "Análisis poblacional de Salmonella spp. aislada de agua de río del Valle de Culiacán"
 Cinéticas de inactivación con hipoclorito de sodio de diferentes formas biológicas de bacterias aisladas del efluente de una PTAR y de una cepa certificada de Bacillus subtilis
Dulce Brigite Ocampo RodríguezDone
 Drugs in tap water and drinking water in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, Chapala and Tequila Jalisco
Ariana Rodríguez ArreolaDone
 "Detección Molecular de Adenovirus Humanos (HAdV) en Cuerpos de Agua del Pacífico y Caribe Mexicano"
Grecia López CamachoDone
 INDICE DE SAPROBIEDAD COMO INDICADOR DE LA CALIDAD DEL AGUA EN LA LAGUNA DE COYUCA DE BENITEZ ESTADO DE GUERRERO.
 Análisis Espacial y Temporal de la Calidad del Agua de un Cuerpo de Agua Tropical en Sinaloa
Juan Gabriel LoaizaDone
Saul López Gómez engineer student of the Technological University of the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico.
Dr. Brenda Karen González Pérez, graduated of the PhD program from Metropolitan Autonomous University. With expertise in areas of ecotoxicology and limnology, specifically with emerging contaminants. Full time professor at the Technological University of the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico, Candidate to SNI.
Dr. Manuel Aaron Gayosso Morales, graduate graduated of the PhD program from the National Polytechnic Institute. With expertise in limnology and ecotoxicology. Professor at the Technological University of the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico, Candidate to SNI.
The presence of emerging pollutants in aquatic bodies is a current problematic that has generated concern in recent years due to their specific modes of action that have provided a risk for non-target organisms. Zooplankton organisms naturally inhabit aquatic bodies and are widely used in ecotoxicological tests for their sensitivity to changes and pollution in the environment. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of 2 emerging pollutants: dibutil phthalate and triclosan on cladoceran species. These pollutants were chosen because, despite being banned in various parts of the world, they are still used in several industries process around some countries. Unfortunately, so far there is no law regulating the pollution caused by these pollutants in Mexico. In order to quantify the necessary data, an exposure control parameter was determined by means of the median lethal concentration (LC50, 24 h); This was applied to 3 different species of cladocerans, Daphnia laevis, Ceriodaphnia dubia and Moina macrocopa. These species were chosen because of their wide distribution in water bodies in Mexico; which are similar to some species used into the international normative and the indirect contact with these contaminants is very likely to happen. The LC50 values were obtained in concentrations of µg L-1. The most sensitive species was Daphnia laevis being exposed to dibutil phthalate and Ceriodaphnia dubia being exposed to triclosan. Moina macrocopa turned out to be the most resistant species. However, further studies are suggested considering the entire life cycle and throughout generations.