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Possible Heavy Metal Residues in Poultry and Their Products that Are Bred Around Cement Industry

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14269/2318-1265/jabb.v3n2p63-68



İsmail E. Ersoy1, Ahmet Uzatıcı2 & Ertuğrul Bilgücü2


Abstract: Industry is an efficient tool for industrial development that is present in human lives and that mobilizes local and regional economies. When inspected from this aspect, industrial regions provide economic and social benefits for the societies. However on the other hand, they leave harmful effects to the environment and they may cause health and safety threats for communities. Mismanaged industrial regions may cause air and water pollution, noise problems and industrial accidents. One of the main purposes of this investigation is to determine the heavy metal (Pb, Cd, Cu, Cr, Co, Mo and Ni) levels in the liver, thigh and chest tissues of the chickens bred around the cement factory in a residential area. It is determined that the heavy metal levels in the livers of poultries bred in these areas are quite high (P<0,01) and also in the heavy metal analyses performed, the values obtained from the samples taken from the egg, thigh and chest tissues of the poultries are specified as high (P<0,01).

Key words: ICP-AES (Atomic Emission Spectrophotometry), Heavy Metal, Liver, Poultry, Blood


Resumo: A indústria é uma ferramenta eficiente para o desenvolvimento  industrial, que está presente em vidas humanas  e que mobiliza a economia local e regional. Quando  inspecionados a partir deste aspecto, as regiões industriais  proporcionam benefícios econômicos e sociais para as sociedades. No entanto, por outro lado, elas deixam  os efeitos  nocivos no meio ambiente e podem causar ameaças de segurança e saúde para as comunidades. Regiões  industriais mal administradas podem causar poluição do   ar e da água, problemas de ruído e acidentes industriais. Um dos  principais objetivos deste trabalho é determinar os níveis de  metais pesados (Pb, Cd, Cu, Cr, Co, Mo e Ni) nos tecidos do  fígado, coxas e peito de frangos criados em torno da fábrica  de cimen to em uma área residencial. Determinou-se que os níveis de metais pesados  no fígado de frangos criados nestes domínios  são bastante elevados (P <0,01) e também, na análise de metais pesados realizada, os valores obtidos para  as amostras tomadas a partir  do ovo, coxa e peito das aves de capoeira são especificados como elevada (P <0,01).

Palavras-chave: ICP-AES (Espectrofotometria de emissão atômica), metal pesado, fígado, aves domésticas, sangue


1 District Directorate of Food, Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Ezine, Çanakkale, Turkey 
2 Vocational High School, University of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart, Çanakkale, Turkey. E-mail: kamapua@hotmail.com


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