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- Fasipe, Iriagbonse Priscillia, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 2018 v.151 pp. 98-108
- additive effect; adults; anthropogenic activities; arsenic; average daily intake; cadmium; cattle; chickens; children; chromium; cobalt; copper; dietary exposure; environmental health; food intake; foods; gizzard; goats; heavy metals; human health; international policy and programs; iron; kidneys; lead; liver; manganese; mercury; muscles; nickel; pollutants; principal component analysis; risk; risk estimate; spectrometers; terrestrial ecosystems; tissues; urban population; zinc; Nigeria
- ... The use of free range animals for monitoring environmental health offers opportunities to detect exposure and assess the toxicological effects of pollutants in terrestrial ecosystems. Potential human health risk of dietary intake of metals and metalloid via consumption of offal and muscle of free range chicken, cattle and goats by the urban population in Benin City was evaluated. Muscle, gizzard, ...