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Cinar, M., A.A. Yigit, I. Yalcinkaya, E. Oruc, O. Duru and M. Arslan, 2011. Cadmium induced changes on growth performance, some biochemical parameters and tissue in broilers: Effects of vitamin C and vitamin E. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 6: 923-934.
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Wigginton, A.J., R.L. Cooper, E.M. Fryman-Gripshover and W.J. Birge, 2010. Effects of cadmium and body mass on two anti-predator behaviors of five species of crayfish. Int. J. Zool. Res., 6: 92-104.
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