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Nature of propanil bound residues in rice plants as measured by plant fractionation and animal bioavailability experiments


Nature of propanil bound residues in rice plants as measured by plant fractionation and animal bioavailability experiments



Bound and Conjugated Pesticide Residues; ed by DD Kaufman, GG Still, GD Paulson, SK Bandal A symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry, Colorado, 1975 ACS Symposium Series 29: 153-155



The rapid insolubilization of 14C in phenyl-14C-propanil treated rice plants can be accounted for by the association of the 3,4-dichloroaniline moiety with various plant fractions. The degree of absorption of bound propanil residues in rice by monogastric animals can be monitored directly by urinary excretion activity.

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