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- Sujitha, S.B., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Marine pollution bulletin 2016 v.107 no.1 pp. 389-392
- Carcharhinus; adults; body length; cadmium; environmental factors; environmental impact; females; food webs; health hazards; humans; liver; males; marine environment; metabolism; muscle tissues; muscles; risk; seafoods; sharks; water pollution; Mexico
- ... Cadmium concentrations were determined in the tissues of muscle and liver of Carcharhinus falciformis (silky shark) sampled in Todos Santos, Baja California South, Mexico. This is one of the main shark species for human consumption in Mexico. Results indicate that accumulation of Cd varied in both sexes, based on its metabolism, sex, maturity and other biological characteristics. High Cd values we ...