Elements and their compounds in the environment
Uranium transfer in the food chain from soil to plants, animals and man
Elements and their compounds in the environment: occurrence, analysis and biological relevance.
Aluminium in Foodstuffs
Vanadium - An element both essential and toxic to plants, animals and humans?
- M. Anke
- 10 July 2004
El vanadio fue descubierto por el mineralogista espanol A. M. del Rio, en Mexico, en los anos de 1802/1803 y es esencial para varias especies de algas, hongos y bacterias fijadoras de nitrogeno.
Mineral and trace element research in goats: A review
The inorganic components of the testicle, epididymis, seminal vesicle, prostate and ejaculate of young men
With the exception of K (referred to dry weight), the ejaculate contained the highest quantum and tracer element concentration in comparison with those organs producing and storing the ejaculated liquid.
Nickel--an essential element.
It follows that, in view of the available nickel offer, primary nickel deficiency in human beings and animals can be excluded, at least in the present state of knowledge.
Distribution of cadmium in the food chain (soil-plant-human) of a cadmium exposed area and the health risks of the general population.
The biological importance of nickel in the food chain
The Ni intake of humans, which leads to the gradual filling of the Ni pool in the body and which can then induce nickel dermatitis in Ni-sensitive women and men, is of particular importance.