Along with the growing utilization of zinc (Zn) and Zn-containing nanoparticles
in various industries, Zn ecotoxicological evaluation on human food supply is
necessary even though Zn is generally considered safe and rarely concentrated
ecotoxicologically. This study aimed to investigate the bioaccumulation of Zn in
18 species of vegetables (seven leafy, nine fruity vegetables and one species
each of tuber and legume) collected from two farming sites in the west coast
of Peninsular Malaysia. A human health risk assessment (HHRA) was also
conducted.

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