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The Effects of Heavy Metals on Aquatic Animals

@inproceedings{Khayatzadeh2011TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Heavy Metals on Aquatic Animals},
  author={Jina Khayatzadeh and Abbasi},
  year={2011}
}
Heavy metals consist less than one percent of living mass organisms, and their different density cause to some disorders. Surface waters and also acidic rains can transfer these metals to oceans via washing polluted environment. Heavy metals naturally exist in very little amount in watery places. Metals pollution of the sea is less than other types of watery pollution but its effects on marine ecosystems and humans are very extensive. Industrial wastes in aquiculture cause toxic effects in… 

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