Excretion of three heavy metals in the shed skin of exposed corn snakes (Elaphe guttata).


Three heavy metals of regional environmental concern-lead, cadmium, and mercury-are frequently evaluated as part of wildlife bioaccumulation and health monitoring studies. Shed skins of snakes may represent a useful, nonlethal biomarker tissue for such determinations. In the present study, these three heavy metals were injected into thawed mice that were… (More)


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