Heavy metals concentrations in Otolithes ruber and Pampus argenteus location from the Gulf

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Title: Heavy metals concentrations in Otolithes ruber and Pampus argenteus location from the Gulf
Author: Mortezawi, Mohamed Seddiq
Abstract: For dermination of the Concentration of six heavy metals ( Cu, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cd, Pb) in the muscle of Oyuber and Py argenteus. Eighty samples were collected from north Qeshm Island in the Persian gulf. For digestion of samples mixture of HN03 and H202 was used. Flame atomic absorption spectroscopy (FAAS) were used for analysis of samples. Result showed that concentrations of all metals was lower than permissible amounts. One way analysis of variance were applied to test significant differences between samples. Significant regression between body weight and standard length (S.L.) was observed. Key words. Heavy metals, Fish Pampus argenteus, Otolighes rubber, Persian Gulf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10576/9941
Date: 1999

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