COMPARATIVE DATA ON THE ACCUMULATION OF FIVE HEAVY METALS ( CADMIUM , CHROMIUM , COPPER , NICKEL , LEAD ) IN SOME MARINE SPECIES ( MOLLUSKS , FISH ) FROM THE ROMANIAN SECTOR OF THE BLACK SEA

@inproceedings{Oros2011COMPARATIVEDO,
  title={COMPARATIVE DATA ON THE ACCUMULATION OF FIVE HEAVY METALS ( CADMIUM , CHROMIUM , COPPER , NICKEL , LEAD ) IN SOME MARINE SPECIES ( MOLLUSKS , FISH ) FROM THE ROMANIAN SECTOR OF THE BLACK SEA},
  author={Andra Oros and M. T. Gomoiu},
  year={2011}
}
Information regarding bioaccumulation levels of heavy metals in marine organisms is very important, with many implications in various domains, like environment protection, public health, control of standards compliance or risk assessment. Taking into account the ability of marine biota to accumulate metals from their environment (seawater, sediments, food), their utilization as marine pollution bioindicators has been confirmed by numerous examples. A major aspect is represented by the numerous… CONTINUE READING

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