• Cadmium poisoning

    concentrations in healthy persons without excessive cadmium exposure are generally less than 1 μg/L in either blood or urine. The ACGIH biological exposure indices for blood and urine cadmium levels are 5 μg/L and 5 μg/g creatinine, respectively, in random specimens.

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  • Safety and Health Topics Cadmium Occupational Safety

    2011, U.S. production of cadmium was estimated at 600 metric tons, down approximately 40% from the production levels 20 years ago (1992). Most of the cadmium produced today is obtained from zinc byproducts and recovered from spent nickelcadmium batteries.

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  • Copper, cadmium, and zinc concentrations in SpringerLink

    (Elodea canadensis) and aquatic insects (midge larvae, Chironomidae and mayfly nymphs, Ephemeroptera) from the Sacramento River downstream from Spring Creek contained much higher concentrations of copper (Cu), cadmium (Cd), and zinc (Zn) than did similar taxa from nearby reference tributaries not exposed to acidmine drainage. Aquatic insects from the Sacramento River contained

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  • Skeletal concentrations of lead, cadmium, zinc, and silver

    cadmium concentrations in Pecos Indian bones are also approximately 50fold lower than those of contemporary humans. These data support earlier findings that most previously reported natural concentrations of lead in human tissues are erroneously high and indicate that natural concentrations of cadmium are also between one and two orders of magnitude lower than contemporary concentrations.

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  • Alleviation of cadmium accumulation in maize (Zea mays L

    and Zn concentrations in the solution were estimated with an atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS, Analytik Jena novAA 350). The postharvest soil from each pot was extracted by using ABDTPA solution and Cd was determined in the extracted samples by using AAS.

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  • The effects of cadmium and zinc interactions on the

    interactions between Cd and Zn and the effects of these on the respective concentrations of these metals in plant tissues (leaves and petals). A factorial experiment with two factors (Cd and Zn) at five concentrations (0, 1, 5, 10, 15 mg kg1) was carried out. Cadmium

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  • Assessment of heavy metal concentrations (lead, cadmium

    to Jijel, Bejaia is an area with intense seaport activity. Concentration of three heavy metals (Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd) and zinc (Zn)) was determined by atomic absorption in three species of shrimps Aristeus antennatus, Parapenaeus

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  • Manganese, copper, zinc, iron, cadmium, mercury and lead

    10, 2009018332Manganese, copper, zinc, iron, cadmium, mercury and lead concentrations have been determined in muscle meat, livers and kidneys of ducks, geese, chickens, hens, rabbits and sheep slaughtered in the northern part of Poland in 1987.

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  • Safety and Health Topics Cadmium Occupational Safety

    2011, U.S. production of cadmium was estimated at 600 metric tons, down approximately 40% from the production levels 20 years ago (1992). Most of the cadmium produced today is obtained from zinc byproducts and recovered from spent nickelcadmium batteries.

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  • Role of Fertilizer and Micronutrient Applications on

    regulations require that for each per cent of available zinc, manganese, iron or phosphate in the fertilizing material, the arsenic, cadmium and lead concentrations do not exceed 4, 6, and 20 parts per million, respectively.

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  • All the information on Cadmium Home

    the most significant early use of cadmium was as a sacrificial corrosion protection coating on iron and steel. Exposure to certain forms and concentrations of cadmium is known to produce toxic effects on humans. Longterm occupational exposure to cadmium at excess concentrations can cause adverse health effects on the kidneys and lungs.

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  • Cadmium in Drinkingwater who.int

    impurity in the zinc of galvanized pipes or cadmiumcontaining solders in fittings, water heaters, water coolers and taps. Drinkingwater from shallow wells of areas in Sweden where the soil had been acidified contained concentrations of cadmium approaching 5 181g/l (Friberg et al., 1986). In Saudi Arabia, mean concentrations of 1

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  • Concentrations of strontium, barium, cadmium, copper, zinc

    concentrations of specific elements in the equine liver and kidneys are of practical relevance since horses are not only foodproducing animals, but also partially serve as an indicator for the environmental pollution, as the basic feed includes plants like grass, grain and fruits. In this study, the concentrations of strontium (Sr), barium (Ba), cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn

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  • Cadmium and Zinc Toxicity to flagfish, Jordanella floridae

    14, 2011018332Cadmium and zinc toxicity to the flagfish (Jordanella floridae) was determined on the basis of 96h median lethal concentrations (LC50) and significant decreases (P = 0.05) in survival, growth, and reproduction over the complete life cycle of the fish. The 96h LC50 values for cadmium and zinc to juvenile flagfish were 2500 and 1500 μg/liter, respectively.

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  • Distribution of miningrelated trace elements in streambed

    considerable attention has been given to concentrations of miningrelated trace elements (mostly cadmium, lead, and zinc) in the Big River and its tributaries draining the Old Lead Belt, there is less information regarding concentrations of miningrelated trace elements in tributaries draining the Barite District in southeast Missouri, which is downstream from the Old Lead Belt, and the contribution of

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  • Cadmium Vegan Health

    and Zinc. For some background, note that the RDA for zinc is 11 mg for men and 8 mg for women, and vegans in EPICOxford had average intakes of 7.9 mg for men and 7.2 for women (not including supplements).

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  • Environmental concentrations and bioaccumulations of

    25, 2013018332Cadmium concentrations in carp were not significantly correlated with Cd concentrations in water and sediments. Zinc concentrations in carp were negatively correlated with Cd concentrations in water (p lt 0.01). Cadmium concentrations in carp were positively correlated with Zn concentrations in water and sediments (p lt 0.01). Cadmium concentrations were significantly correlated with Zn

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  • Zinc Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage, and Warning

    concentration of cadmium in zinccontaining supplements can vary as much as 37fold. R. T. and Leone, C. R. Intrauterine growth restriction and zinc concentrations in term infants during

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  • Concentrations and loads of cadmium, zinc, and lead in the

    The item Concentrations and loads of cadmium, zinc, and lead in the main stem Coeur d'Alene River, Idaho March, June, September, and October 1999, by Paul F. Woods prepared in cooperation with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

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  • Copper, Cadmium, and Zinc Concentrations in SpringerLink

    Cadmium, and Zinc Concentrations in Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Selected FishForage Organisms (Aquatic Insects) in the Upper Sacramento River, California

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  • Influence of lake chemistry and fish age on cadmium

    of lake chemistry and fish age on cadmium, copper, and zinc concentrations in various organs of indigenous yellow perch (Perca flavescens) Anik Gigu232re, , Peter GC Campbell, , Landis Hare, , D Gordon McDonald, and , Joseph B Rasmussen . Published on the web 12 April 2011.

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  • Metals Concentrations in Sediments of Lakes and Wetlands

    (2010) estimated and extrapolated limited available records for the period of 1921 to 2005 to develop a minimum estimate of selected metals released into the air from the Trail smelter stacks zinc 38,465 tons lead 22,688 tons arsenic 1,225 tons cadmium 1,103 tons mercury 97 tons.

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  • All the information on Cadmium Home

    the most significant early use of cadmium was as a sacrificial corrosion protection coating on iron and steel. Exposure to certain forms and concentrations of cadmium is known to produce toxic effects on humans. Longterm occupational exposure to cadmium at excess concentrations can cause adverse health effects on the kidneys and lungs.

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  • Concentrations and Loads of Cadmium, Zinc, and Lead,

    of cadmium, zinc, and lead. Concentrations and loads of cadmium and zinc measured during the four sampling trips were predominately in the filtered and dissolved fraction, rather than particulate. The smallest concentrations were measured during the June sampling trip when flows were high and snowmelt runoff diluted riverine concentrations.

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  • (PDF) Tracing and Analysis of Manganese, Nickel, Cadmium

    Nickel, Zinc, Iron and Manganese had the highest concentration, followed by Copper, Lead, Vanadium, Cadmium, Cobalt and Chromium had the lowest concentrations, table 1and figures 1, 2 and 3.The mean concentrations of Nickel for all sites in the river bank and adjacent soil (66.36 and 46.31) mg/kg respectively.

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  • Concentrations of strontium, barium, cadmium, copper, zinc

    18, 2015018332Concentrations of strontium, barium, cadmium, copper, zinc, manganese, chromium, antimony, selenium, and lead in the liver and kidneys of dogs according to age, gender, and the occurrence of chronic kidney disease

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  • Concentrations and loads of cadmium, zinc, and lead in the

    The item Concentrations and loads of cadmium, zinc, and lead in the main stem Coeur d'Alene River, Idaho March, June, September, and October 1999, by Paul F. Woods prepared in cooperation with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

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  • EXPOSURE TO CADMIUM A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH

    of cadmium if grown on cadmiumpolluted soil. Acidification of cadmiumcontaining soils may increase the cadmium concentrations in crops. Cadmium exposure from drinkingwater is relatively unimportant compared with exposure from the diet. However, impurities in the zinc of galvanized pipes and solders in fittings,

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  • Changes in Selenium, Copper, Cadmium, and Zinc

    in Selenium, Copper, Cadmium, and Zinc Concentrations in Mullet ( Mugil cephalus ) from the Southern Basin of Lake Macquarie, Australia, in Response to Alteration of CoalFired Power Station Fly Ash Handling Procedures

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  • Cadmium (Cd) Toxicity Where is Cadmium Found? ATSDR

    12, 2008018332Cadmium concentrations in drinking water supplies are typically less than 1 microgram per liter (μg/L) or 1 part per billion (ppb) (ATSDR 1999). Groundwater seldom contains high levels of cadmium unless it is contaminated by mining or industrial wastewater, or

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