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Effect of heavy metals (Copper, zinc, cadmium and lead) on ...

Effect of heavy metals (Copper, zinc, cadmium and lead) on ...

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Effect of heavy metals (Copper, zinc, cadmium and lead) on the accumulation of proline and soluble sugars in Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt. Azzouz F. of the interaction leadsalinity on the physiological responses and biochemical evidence of a halophyte (Atriplex halimus L.)and a glycophyte (Vicia faba L.).Memory of p. ...

What is the difference between Cadmium Zinc Plating

What is the difference between Cadmium Zinc Plating

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 · When it was recognized that cadmium is a chronic cumulative poison similar to lead and mercury in its effects, cadmium gradually became restricted to use only on those appliions where its unique combination of properties could not be met by zinc plating or a zinc alloy plating. As the pressure to eliminate cadmium grew, cadmium plating continues to be used less and less.

Protective Effect of Increased Zinc Supply against ...

Protective Effect of Increased Zinc Supply against ...

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Protective Effect of Increased Zinc Supply against Oxidative Damage of Sublingual Gland in Chronic Exposure to Cadmium: Experimental Study on Rats Paula KosteckaSochoń,1 Barbara M. Onopiuk,2 and Ewa Dąbrowska3 1Department of Restorative Dentistry, Medical University of Białystok, Białystok, Poland 2Medical University of Bia łystok and Private Dental Practice in Bia ystok, Bia ystok ...

Regulatory effects of zinc on cadmiuminduced cytotoxicity ...

Regulatory effects of zinc on cadmiuminduced cytotoxicity ...

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 · Objectives Zinc (Zn) has major effects on immune system activation while Cadmium (Cd) has antiinflammatory and antiproliferative effects in several chronic inflammatory contexts. The aim of this work was to investigate by which mechanisms Zn could compete with Cd and eventually counteract its deleterious effects. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) synoviocytes exposed to cytokines were used as a ...

The Effects of Zinc on the Central Dopaminergic System of ...

The Effects of Zinc on the Central Dopaminergic System of ...

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Zinc also reduced cadmium deposition in the brain, kidney and , but enhanced its accumulation in liver. In summary, zinc may exert some neuroprotective effects against cadmium neurotoxicity. Keywords: zinc, cadmium, 7OHDPAT, SKF38393, apomorphine, haloperidol, SCH23390, biogenic amines, behavior, rats

The Effects of CadmiumZinc Interactions on Biochemical ...

The Effects of CadmiumZinc Interactions on Biochemical ...

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 · The objective of the present study was to investigate the effects of cadmiumzinc (CdZn) interactions on their uptake, oxidative damage of cell macromolecules (lipids, proteins, DNA) and activities of antioxidative enzymes in tobacco seedlings as well as roots and leaves of adult plants. Seedlings and plants were exposed to Cd (10 µM and 15 µM) and Zn (25 µM and 50 µM) as well as their ...

Evaluations of pH and High Ionic Strength Solution Effect ...

Evaluations of pH and High Ionic Strength Solution Effect ...

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Effect of the initial cadmium concentration, adsorbent dose, and contact time: Before survey of ionic strength and pH on the efficiency of zinc oxide nanoparticles in cadmium removal, it seems that the factors initial concentration of cadmium, adsorption dosage .

Effects of Nanozinc on Biochemical Parameters in Cadmium ...

Effects of Nanozinc on Biochemical Parameters in Cadmium ...

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Cadmium (Cd) is a toxic environmental and occupational pollutant with reported toxic effects on the kidneys, liver, lungs, bones, and the immunity system. Based on its physicochemical similarity to cadmium, zinc (Zn) shows protective effects against cadmium toxicity and cadmium accumulation in the body. Nanozinc and nanozinc oxide (ZnO), recently used in foods and pharmaceutical products ...

Cadmium

Cadmium

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Zinc. Cadmium sits just beneath zinc in the periodic table of the elements. This means their structures are similar. Cadmium can replace zinc in the tissues and in enzyme binding sites. An important cause of cadmium toxicity other than exposure, is a zinc deficiency. If zinc is deficient due to the diet, stress, or for some other reason, the body will absorb cadmium from food, water or the air ...

Cadmium

Cadmium

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Cadmium (Cd) is a soft, malleable, bluish white metal found in zinc ores, and to a much lesser extent, in the cadmium mineral greenockite. Most of the cadmium produced today is obtained from zinc byproducts and recovered from spent nickelcadmium batteries. First discovered in Germany in 1817, cadmium found early use as a pigment because of its ability to produce brilliant yellow, orange, and ...

Immobilization of Zinc and Cadmium by Montmorillonite ...

Immobilization of Zinc and Cadmium by Montmorillonite ...

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 · The addition of aluminum treated montmorillonites as binding agents that immobilize heavy metals is an innovative approach for the remediation of arable soils polluted with heavy metals. We investigated the influence of aging and subsequent sudden acidifiion on the binding of zinc and cadmium by montmorillonite, Almontmorillonite and Al13montmorillonite. The addition of HCl led to .

Cadmium in Plants

Cadmium in Plants

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tion in food plants by the interactive effect of zinc, Lagerwerff and Biersdorf (1972) combined 2, 20, and 100 ppb (parts per bil­ lion) cadmium and 20, 100, and 400 ppb zinc in culture solutions. At the lowest concentration of cadmium, increasing the concentra­ tions of zinc suppressed cadmium uptake; but at the 100ppb level of cadmium, increasing amounts of zinc increased cadmium up ...

Investigation of the internal electric field in cadmium ...

Investigation of the internal electric field in cadmium ...

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 · The Pockels electrooptic effect can be used to investigate the internal electric field in cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) single crystals that are used to fabrie room temperature x and gamma radiation detectors. An agreement is found between the electric field mapping obtained from Pockels effect images and the measurements of charge transients generated by alpha particles.

Gamma radiation, zinc compounds, cadmium and its effect on ...

Gamma radiation, zinc compounds, cadmium and its effect on ...

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Gamma radiation, zinc compounds, cadmium and its effect on enzyme metabolism of the domestic chicken. [en] The aim of this paper was study of effect influence of cadmium and zinc ions at gamma irradiation of chickens. In this paper the changes in activity of AST, ALT in serum of irradiated chicken with dose of 3 Gy were monitored.

Cadmium poisoning

Cadmium poisoning

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Similar to zinc, longterm exposure to cadmium fumes can cause life long anosmia. [citation needed] and joints. One of the main effects of cadmium poisoning is weak and brittle bones. The bones become soft (osteomalacia), lose mineral density (osteoporosis), and become weaker. This results in joint and back pain, and increases the ...

Effects of cadmium and zinc toxicity on orientation ...

Effects of cadmium and zinc toxicity on orientation ...

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the effect of cadmium and zinc toxicity on the phototactic and geotactic responses of Echinoparyphium recurvatum cercariae during phases of submaximal and maximal infectivity, and (2) using the autometallography staining procedure devised by Danscher (1984) and Danscher et al. (1987), to establish if any metalinduced changes in orientation behaviour might be due to these metals selectively ...

Effect of Cadmium and Zinc on Growing Barley

Effect of Cadmium and Zinc on Growing Barley

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Effect of Cadmium and Zinc on Growing Barley N. Kherbani*, N. Abdi, H. Lounici Research Unit of Engineering and Environment, National Polytechnic School of El Harrach, Algiers, Algeria ...

Toxic Effects of Various Dietary Levels of Combined ...

Toxic Effects of Various Dietary Levels of Combined ...

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Zinc given prior Cadmium or Cadmiummetallothionein administration may prevent nephrotoxic impact of Cadmium with out decrease kidneyCadmium level (Dorian and Klaassen, 1995; Tang et al., 1998) and the protective effect of zinc was a result of increased synthesis of .

What Are The Effects Of Cadmium Poisoning?

What Are The Effects Of Cadmium Poisoning?

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 · Cadmium shares many chemically properties with zinc, but it differs from zinc in that it is capable of forming much more complex compounds. The industrial uses of cadmium include; making of solar batteries, pigments, coatings, and stabilizers in making plastic. Cadmium has also been used in electroplating of some metals used in transport equipment, machinery, enamel products, and .

Effect of Copper, Zinc, Cadmium and Chromium in the Growth ...

Effect of Copper, Zinc, Cadmium and Chromium in the Growth ...

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The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of cadmium, chromium, copper and zinc in the development of crambe. The study was carried out in a greenhouse and it consisted of four independent experiments in completely randomized design, with three repliions. Four metals with five levels were applied: 0, 10, 15, 20 and 25 mg ·kg1 ...

Cadmium (Cd)

Cadmium (Cd)

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No cadmium ore is mined for the metal, because more than enough is produced as a byproduct of the smelting of zinc from its ore, sphelerite (ZnS), in which CdS is a significant impurity, making up as much as 3%. Consequently, the main mining areas are those associated with zinc. World production is around tonnes per year, the main producing country is Canada, with the USA, Australia ...

EFFECTS OF CADMIUM AND ZINC ON THE OVARIAN .

EFFECTS OF CADMIUM AND ZINC ON THE OVARIAN .

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 · EFFECTS OF CADMIUM AND ZINC ON THE OVARIAN MATURATION AND HEMOLYMPH VITELLOGENIN CONCENTRATIONS OF PROCAMBARUS CLARKII: LABORATORY SIMULATION OF THE AZNALCOLLAR MINING SPILL. Presented at Society of Environmental Toxicology Chemistry Meeting, Vienna, Austria, May 1216, 2002.