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Bromide residues in pulp of mango fruits subjected to hot aqueous ethylene dibromide dips


, : Bromide residues in pulp of mango fruits subjected to hot aqueous ethylene dibromide dips. Acta Horticulturae (24): 239

Bromide residues in the fruit pulp fell to below 5 p.p.m. 24h after treatment and below 2 p.p.m. after 72h.


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