OBSERVING OF RADIOACTIVE CAESIUM 137Cs VALUE IN BEEF MEAT (CZECH PIED CATTLE) IN LESS-FAVOURED AREAS OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC

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February 2012, vol. 1, Special issue
pages: 794-805
Article type: Food Sciences of Food Sciences
Abstract: Value of radiocaesium 137Cs as one of Risk Factors in beef meat is very important for human health. Beef meat (m. longissimus lumborum et thoracis) from Czech Pied cattle in two less-favoured areas located more then 500 meters above sea level (Bohemian Forest Bohemian and Moravian Highland) was dependent on Sex (decrease by female, increase by male, P<1.10-6) and on area (P<1.10-6). Value of radiocaesium 137Cs in beef meat ( = 0,42 Bq.kg-1; sx = 0,28) was less then food standard (600 Bq.kg-1). This observed result are responding to finding another authors and could be used for next more detailed research in optimal utilization of Czech Pied cattle in less-favoured areas.
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