Cadmium in edible plants from Silesia, Poland, and its implications for health risk in populations.

@article{Dziubanek2017CadmiumIE,
  title={Cadmium in edible plants from Silesia, Poland, and its implications for health risk in populations.},
  author={Grzegorz Dziubanek and Renata Baranowska and Małgorzata {\'C}wieląg-Drabek and Anna Spychała and Agata Piekut and Monika Rusin and Ilona Hajok},
  journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety},
  year={2017},
  volume={142},
  pages={
          8-13
        }
}
The health risk associated with cadmium exposure through consumption of edible plants cultivated in different parts of the Silesia administration area inhabitants has been estimated. The impact of the arable soils acidity on the BCF (bioconcentration factor) has been also analyzed. The concentration of cadmium in arable soils and in 118 samples of vegetables - carrots, beets, potato, celery (tuber), parsley (root) were determined. The cadmium content in examined soil samples were in the range… CONTINUE READING
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