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Analysis of Heavy Metals Concentration in Tissues of Three Different Fish Species Included in Human Diet from Danube River

, Gavinelli S, Pellegrino M, Scanzio T, Guarise S, Benedetto A, Abete MC: Heavy metals distribution in muscle, liver, kidney and gill of European catfi sh (Silurus glanis) from Italian Rivers. Chemosphere 2013, 90: 358-365. 10. Subotić S, Višnjić-Jeftić Ž, Spasić S, Hegediš A, Krpo-Ćetković J, Lenhardt M: Distribution and accumulation of elements (As, Cu, Fe, Hg, Mn, and Zn) in tissues of fi sh species from different trophic levels in the Danube River at the confl uence with the Sava River (Serbia). Environ Sci Pollut Res 2013, 20: 5309

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The Utilization of Full-Fat Insect Meal in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Nutrition: The Effects on Growth Performance, Intestinal Microbiota and Gastrointestinal Tract Histomorphology

., Cartner S., Corey D., Grandin T., Greenacre C., Gwaltney-Brant S., McCrackin M.A., Meyer R., Miller D., Shearer J., Yanong R. (2013). AVMA Guidelines for the euthanasia of animals. Illinois, USA: American Veterinary Medical Association, pp. 67–72. Liu H., Guo X., Gooneratne R., Lai R., Zeng C., Zhan F., Wang W. (2016). The gut microbiome and degradation enzyme activity of wild freshwater fishes influenced by their trophic levels. Sci. Rep., 6: 1–12. Lock E., Arsiwalla T., Waagbø R. (2015). Insect larvae meal as an alternative source of nutrients in the diet

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