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6.5 The Incidence of Bovine Hypocupraemia in England and Wales and its Relationship with Geochemistry

  • Anne Leech (a1), I. Thornton (a1), R. J. Howarth (a1) and Gwyneth Lewis (a2)

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As the initial part of a research programme to assess the importance of geochemical factors in livestock production, a survey has been conducted on the copper (Cu) content of whole blood samples from cattle analyzed by the Veterinary Investigation Service over the period 1977-1980 inclusive. The area covered was restricted to England and the Welsh borders; data for Wales were not included, as they were not of a strictly comparable form, being based on plasma rather than on whole blood analysis.

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Thornton, I. and Webb, J. S. 1980. In Applied Soil Trace Elements (ed. Davies, B. E.), p. 381. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester.
Thornton, I. and Webb, J. S. 1979. In Food Chains in Human Nutrition (ed. Blaxter, K. L.), p. 273. Applied Science Publishers, Ltd, Barking.
Webb, J. S., Thornton, I., Thompson, M., Howarth, R. J. and Lowenstein, P. L. 1978. The Wolfson Geochemical Atlas of England and Wales. Oxford University Press.

6.5 The Incidence of Bovine Hypocupraemia in England and Wales and its Relationship with Geochemistry

  • Anne Leech (a1), I. Thornton (a1), R. J. Howarth (a1) and Gwyneth Lewis (a2)

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