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Analysis of Potentially Toxic Metals in Airborne Cement Dust Around Sagamu, Southwestern Nigeria

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Tajudeen, Y., J. Okpuzor and A.T. Fausat, 2011. Investigation of general effects of cement dust to clear the controversy surrounding its toxicity. Asian J. Sci. Res., 4: 315-325.
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Yahaya, T., J. Okpuzor and O.O. Esther, 2012. Investigation of cytotoxicity and mutagenicity of cement dust using Allium cepa test. Res. J. Mutagen., 2: 10-18.
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Yahaya, T., J. Okpuzor and T. Ajayi, 2012. The prophylactic efficacy of roselle [H. sabdariffa], moringa [Moringa oleifera], ginger [Z. officinale] and ugwu [T. occidentalis] on the hematology and serum protein of albino rats [Rattus norvegicus] exposed to cement dust. Res. J. Med. Plant, 6: 189-196.
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