5 mg/L cadmium in seawater for 96 h and then measure the activity of enzymes (amylase, laminarinase, and protease) in the digestive gland.
What does CD stand for?
CD stands for Cadmium
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- Cyber Condition Zebra (Washington Naval Yard)
- Center for Coastal Zone Assessment and Remote Sensing (Baton Rouge, LA)
- Commerciele Club Zuid Friesland (Dutch: Commercial Club of South Jersey)
- Capri Club Zuid-Holland (Dutch car club)
- Command and Conquer: Zero Hour (computer game)
- Centre for Coastal Zone Management (University of Aberdeen; UK)
- Coupled Cohesive Zone Model (mechanics)
- Cross Club Zueri Oberland (German)
- Cataract, Congenital Zonular, with Sutural Opacities
- Cable Duct
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BACKGROUND: Urine cadmium concentrations were associated with all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in men in the 1988-1994 U.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Removal of cadmium fasteners from the Stryker, or any vehicle, may require sanding or grinding.
The study suggested cadmium is one of the critical ingredients causing emphysema and that higher cadmium levels can double the risk of developing a pulmonary disease.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] CADMIUM COLOURS ARE, as every china painter knows, the trickiest group of colours.
It all started in September 1992, when OSHA published the Cadmium Standard.
Adding 20 micrograms per liter of the toxic heavy metal cadmium to the oysters' water made matters worse, with oxygen consumption jumping 66 percent and 200 percent in oysters at 20[degrees]C and 24[degrees]C.
Working with a cadre of international scientists, agronomist Rufus Chaney, of the Animal Manure and Byproducts Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, found a small plant adorned with delicate, white flowers that can remove a large amount of cadmium from contaminated soil.