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Orrelations between speciation of Zn in sediment and Zn concentrations in different soft tissues of the gastropod mollusc Telescopium telescopium collected from intertidal areas of Peninsular Malaysia.

@article{Noorhaidah2010OrrelationsBS,
  title={Orrelations between speciation of Zn in sediment and Zn concentrations in different soft tissues of the gastropod mollusc Telescopium telescopium collected from intertidal areas of Peninsular Malaysia.},
  author={A. Noorhaidah and Chee Kong Yap},
  journal={Pertanika journal of tropical agricultural science},
  year={2010},
  volume={33},
  pages={79-90}
}
  • A. NoorhaidahC. Yap
  • Published 1 February 2010
  • Environmental Science
  • Pertanika journal of tropical agricultural science
The aim of this study was to relate the Zn level in the different tissues of Telescopium telescopium to the Zn levels of surface sediment of the gastropod habitat. Zn concentrations were determined in the different soft tissues (foot, cephalic tentacle, mantle, muscle, gill, digestive caecum and remaining soft tissues) of T. telescopium and in the sediments collected from 17 intertidal areas of Peninsular Malaysia, where the snails were collected. Total Zn concentrations and speciation of Zn of… 

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