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Levels of heavy metals (Fe, Cu, Ni, Cr, Pb, and Zn) in tissue of Mugil cephalus and Trachurus mediterraneus from Iskenderun Bay, Turkey.
  • A. B. Yılmaz
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Environmental research
  • 1 July 2003
Concentrations of iron, copper, nickel, chromium, lead, and zinc were determined in the muscle, skin and gonads of Mugil cephalus and Trachurus mediterraneus caught at three stations in IskenderunExpand
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Metals (major, essential to non-essential) composition of the different tissues of three demersal fish species from İskenderun Bay, Turkey
This study was performed to investigate certain major and toxic metal concentrations in different tissues of three demersal fish species (Triglia lucerna, Lophius budegassa, Solea lascaris).Expand
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Influences of sex and seasons on levels of heavy metals in tissues of green tiger shrimp (Penaeus semisulcatus de Hann, 1844)
Abstract Seasonal changes in heavy metal (Ag, Cr, Ni, Pb, Cu, Fe, Zn) concentrations in muscle, gill, hepatopancreas and gonad tissues of both male and female green tiger shrimp (PenaeusExpand
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Heavy metals in water and in tissues of himri (Carasobarbus luteus) from Orontes (Asi) River, Turkey
Concentrations of heavy metals (Ag, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Ni, Pb ve Zn) were measured in running water and in tissues (muscle, liver, gill, skin and gonads) of one commercially valuable fish speciesExpand
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Review of heavy metal accumulation on aquatic environment in Northern East Mediterrenean Sea part I: some essential metals
Abstract All pollutants can reach the aquatic environments and the levels of heavy metals in upper members of the food web like fish can reach values many times higher than those found in aquaticExpand
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Review of Heavy Metal Accumulation in Aquatic Environment of Northern East Mediterrenean Sea Part II: Some Non-Essential Metals
Heavy metals that enter marine environment and remain in the water as well as the sediments are accumulated by aquatic organisms, thus becoming highly good indicators to monitor metal accumulation inExpand
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Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete Immersed in Chloride Solution and the Effects of Detergent Additions on Diffusion and Concrete Porosity
Reinforced concrete is one of the most common construction materials. High-quality reinforced concrete is obtained under the following conditions: correct cure times, correct positioning of the steelExpand
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Effect of phosphate ions on electrochemical behaviour of copper in sulphate solutions
Abstract The effect of phosphate ions on the corrosion behaviour of copper in sulphate solutions was investigated at different temperatures (293, 313, 333, and 353 K) and at different pH values (pH =Expand
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The effects of sulphate ion on concrete and reinforced concrete
Abstract The effects of the sulphate ions and the pH on the strength of concrete and reinforcement steel have been investigated. Concrete and reinforced concrete samples prepared by using mixingExpand
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