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Monitoring and Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Perennial Root Vegetables
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Monitoring and Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Perennial Root Vegetables
Cho, Min-Ja; Choi, Hoon; Kim, Hye-Jeong; Youn, Hye-Jung;
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 Abstract
BACKGROUND: This study was carried out to survey the levels of heavy metals in perennial root vegetables and to assess dietary exposure and risk to the Korean population health.METHODS AND RESULTS: Perennial root vegetables (n
 Keywords
Heavy metals;Perennial root vegetables;Risk assessment;
 Language
Korean
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