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The transfer factors of radionuclide 137Cs in the food chain



The transfer factors of radionuclide 137Cs in the food chain



Biotehnologija u Stocarstvu 10(3/4): 97-100



Estimation of the transfer factor (TF) of relevant radionuclides in the food chain, or some of its links, helps in taking prompt and relevant radiation-protection measures in cattle production and, as such, protecting the health of human population during a radiation emergency.

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