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Lead and cadmium contents in muscle, liver and kidneys of slaughter calves. 1. Calves from uncontaminated areas and/or farms that have passed meat inspection


Lead and cadmium contents in muscle, liver and kidneys of slaughter calves. 1. Calves from uncontaminated areas and/or farms that have passed meat inspection



Fleischwirtschaft 68(1): 101-108



ISSN/ISBN: 0015-363X

In 87 female calves, 18-20 weeks of age, from different farms in south and west Germany and reared solely on milk substitute, the cadmium contents, determined by atomic absorption spectrometry, were (mg/kg fresh matter): kidneys, 0.222 (range 0.05-0.663); liver, 0.034(0.015-0.098) and muscles, 0.001(0.001-0.005). Corresponding values for lead were: 0.15(0.043-0.36), 0.059(0.012-0.135) and 0.009(0.001-0.027).

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