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Differences in the concentration of heavy metals in muscle and organs of free-living fallow deer and wild boar in comparison with animals kept within enclosures



Differences in the concentration of heavy metals in muscle and organs of free-living fallow deer and wild boar in comparison with animals kept within enclosures



Fleischwirtschaft 66(3): 282, 284-287



The content of cadmium, lead, copper and zinc in tissues depended more on the age of the animals than on the way they were kept.

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