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Synonyms for cadmium

a soft bluish-white ductile malleable toxic bivalent metallic element

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Morphological, histological and skeletal studies of fetuses treated cadmium chloride along with guava fruit extract revealed ameliorative effects on various kinds of birth defects.
[17.] Yuan D (2017) Acute Toxicity of Mercury Chloride (Hgcl2) and Cadmium Chloride (Cdcl2) on the behavior of freshwater fish, Percocypris Pingi.
After 15 days, stock solution was prepared by liquefy 1 g cadmium chloride in 100 ml distilled water.
To study the protective effect of antioxidants 3 days after seeding the salts of heavy metals (lead diacetate, cadmium chloride, cobalt chloride and ammonium molybdate), protectors (carnosine, mexidol, EDTA and N-acetyl cysteine) were added in different concentrations (8 wells per group).
Genotoxic effects of cadmium chloride and azadirachtin treated singly and in combination in fish.
All kits for biochemical analysis and Cadmium chloride (Cd Cl2 99% pure) were purchased from Biodiagnostic Co., Dokki, Giza, Egypt.
Cadmium chloride does not cause significant damages in the testes at a low dose of less than 3 mg/kg; however, it induces mild apoptosis of germ cells and damage to blood-testis barrier (BTB) (12, 13).
Up until now, the drawback of using cadmium telluride was that it needed to be activated by cadmium chloride, which is very expensive and also toxic.
According to University of Liverpool researchers, cadmium chloride, which is a highly toxic soluble compound used in making solar panels, requires elaborate safety measures to protect workers during manufacture, but it can be replaced it with magnesium chloride, which is extracted from seawater and is already used in products such as tofu, bath salts and for de-icing roads.
They have the drawback that a toxic chemical, cadmium chloride, is needed to manufacture them.
First, 2mM stock solutions of cadmium chloride and sodium sulfide in appropriate solvent (water) were prepared freshly.
Therefore, the objective of this study is to evaluate the effects of dietary cadmium levels on growth and tissue cadmium contents in juvenile parrotfish, Oplegnathus fasciatus, using cadmium chloride (Cd[Cl.sub.2]) as the cadmium source.
Deluca of Department of Biological Science, University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy, and cadmium chloride was obtained from Department of Chemical Sciences, Afe Babalola University, Nigeria.