Metal interactions within and between tissues of nestling rooks Corvus frugilegus

@article{Orowski2012MetalIW,
  title={Metal interactions within and between tissues of nestling rooks Corvus frugilegus},
  author={Grzegorz Orłowski and Piotr Kamiński and Zbigniew Kasprzykowski and Zbigniew Zawada},
  journal={Biologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={67},
  pages={1211-1219}
}
We analyzed interactions of concentrations of 11 essential and nonessential elements, including toxic metals within and between internal organs (liver, kidney and lung), muscles and bones of nestling rooks Corvus frugilegus with acute cadmium contamination and elevated level of lead. The number of statistically significant (P ≤ 0.05) metal-metal relationships (positive/negative) within particular tissues was the highest in the kidney (7/6), following in the bone (9/2), liver (6/4), lung (5/2… CONTINUE READING

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