Selenium in Seleniferous Environments

@inproceedings{Mayland2007SeleniumIS,
  title={Selenium in Seleniferous Environments},
  author={Henry F. Mayland and Faustin James and Elizabeth Panter},
  year={2007}
}
Selenium is biologically important because (i) it is essential in animal and possibly plant metabolism, (ii) in many areas diets do not contain sufficient Se to meet, animals' needs, and (iii) in other areas it is toxic to animals when it occurrs in high concentrations in soil, water, plants, fly ash, or in aerosols. Animals require 0.05 to 0.1 mg Se/kg in their diets to prevent Se deficiency but suffer Se toxicosis when dietary levels exceed 5 to 15 mg Se/kg. The earth's crustal materials… CONTINUE READING

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