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  1. Uranium and thorium decay series radionuclides in human and animal foodchains. A review.

    Article, Communication - En anglais

    National symposium on naturally occurring radionuclides in agricultural products. Orlando FL USA, 1991/01/24.

    Human exposures along plant and animal pathways to isotopes of U, Th, Ra, Pb, and Po are reviewed.

    The range and variability of intakes among human populations resulting from dietary sources are presented.

    Also discussed are the sources of intake among farm animals reared for consumption.

    Under most circumstances, the soil-plant-human pathway is the predominant route of intake for humans and livestock.

    Radionuclide distributions within livestock and human tissues, and the transfer factors used to model intakes along various food chain pathways are summarized.

    Bone is the major site of deposition in livestock and humans [...].

    Mots-clés Pascal : Composition isotopique, Composition chimique, Désintégration radiative, Chaîne alimentaire, Plante cultivée, Bétail, Homme, Exposition, Uranium, Thorium, Radium, Plomb, Polonium, Produit alimentaire, Produit agricole, Sol cultivé, Article synthèse, Géochimie, Biogéochimie, Chimie biominérale, Radiochimie, Science alimentaire, Nutrition, Environnement, Radiocontamination, Pollution origine naturelle, Radioisotope, Sol

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Isotopic composition, Chemical composition, Radiative decay, Trophic chain, Cultivated plant, Livestock, Human, Exposure, Uranium, Thorium, Radium, Lead, Polonium, Foodstuff, Agricultural product, Cultivated soil, Review, Geochemistry, Biogeochemistry, Bioinorganic chemistry, Radiochemistry, Food science, Nutrition, Environment, Radioactive contamination, Natural origin pollution, Radioisotope, Soils

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    Code Inist : 002A32C01B1. Création : 09/06/1995.