Heavy metal and trace element accumulation in muscle, liver and gills of the Pontic shad (Alosa immaculata Bennet 1835) from the Danube River (Serbia).

@inproceedings{VinjiJefti2010HeavyMA,
  title={Heavy metal and trace element accumulation in muscle, liver and gills of the Pontic shad (Alosa immaculata Bennet 1835) from the Danube River (Serbia).},
  author={Zeljka Vi{\vs}nji{\'c}-Jefti{\'c} and Ivan Jari{\'c} and Ljubinko Jovanovi{\'c} and Stefan {\vS}kori{\'c} and Marija Smederevac-Lali{\'c} and Miroslav Nik{\vc}evi{\'c} and Mirjana Lenhardt},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Pontic shad ( Alosa immaculata Bennet 1835) is an anadromous species that lives in the heavily polluted north-western part of the Black Sea and migrates into the Danube River to spawn. To assess their heavy metal contamination levels, samples of Pontic shad were collected at 863 river kilometre of the Danube River. Muscle, liver and gill samples were prepared using microwave digestion, and the analysis of Al, As, Cd, Cu, B, Ba, Fe, Mg, Sr, Zn, Li, Co, Cr, Mn, Mo, Ni and Pb was… CONTINUE READING

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