SURVEILLANCE OF HEAVY METALS IN MAIZE GROWN WITH WASTEWATER AND THEIR IMPACTS ON ANIMAL HEALTH IN PERI-URBAN AREAS OF MULTAN, PAKISTAN

@inproceedings{Iqbal2019SURVEILLANCEOH,
  title={SURVEILLANCE OF HEAVY METALS IN MAIZE GROWN WITH WASTEWATER AND THEIR IMPACTS ON ANIMAL HEALTH IN PERI-URBAN AREAS OF MULTAN, PAKISTAN},
  author={Zafar Iqbal},
  year={2019}
}
Food safety is a matter of general public health concern in the world and the demand of food safety has diverted the attention of researchers to assess the health risks associated with contaminated foodstuffs by heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins (Khan et al., 2016). The heavy metals are not degraded biologically and have the potential to cause serious health implications in the human body (Nwude et al., 2011). The soils under wastewater irrigation have exhibited the risk of accumulation of… CONTINUE READING

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