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Clinical chemistry investigations in recumbent and healthy German Holstein cows after the fifth day in milk

as neural disorders caused by traumatic injuries ( e.g . rupture of muscles, contusions, luxations, pareses or paralyses), metabolic diseases due to regulatory disturbances or deficiencies of some minerals ( e.g . hypokalaemia or hypophosphataemia), and cattle with anxiety states in terms of psychogenic immobility. Hypomagnesaemia, hypocalcaemia, ketosis or hepatic coma can cause a disturbed sensorium. Possible reasons for disturbed general health are, for instance, severe intraabdominal disorders (such as gastrointestinal perforation, generalised peritonitis

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Response of the callus cells of fir (Abies nordmanniana) to in vitro heavy metal stress

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Selenium, copper, and zinc concentrations in the raw and processed meat of edible land snails harvested in Poland

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Dietary organic trace minerals level influences eggshell quality and minerals retention in hens

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Content of Chemical Elements in Wood-Destroying Fungi

( Lentinula edodes and Pleurotus species ) and an estimated approach to the volalite compounds. Food Chemistry , 105, 1188—1194. 4. Cocchi, L., Vescovi, L., Petrini L. E., Petrini, O., 2006: Heavy metals in edible mushrooms in Italy. Food Chemistry , 98, 277—284. 5. Falandysz, J., Borovička, J., 2013: Macro and trace mineral constituents and radionuclides in mushrooms: health benefits and risks. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. , 97, 477—501. 6. Ferreira, I. C. F. R., Barros, L., Abreu, R. M. V., 2009: Antioxidant in wild mushrooms. Current Medicinal

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Effectiveness of Selected Stages of Wastewater Treatment in Elimination of Eggs of Intestinal Parasites

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The Level of Arsenic in Water from Mineral Water Spring Gajdovka in Košice and the Associated Health Risks

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Physicochemical Parameters of Selected Internal Organs of Fattening Pigs and Wild Boars

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White Tea is More Effective in Preservation of Bone Loss in Adult Rats Co-Exposed to Lead and Cadmium Compared to Black, Red or Green Tea

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Effect of light emitting diodes with different color temperatures on immune responses and growth performance of male broiler

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