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Pesticides: food and environmental implications



Pesticides: food and environmental implications



Pesticides: food and environmental implications: 331



The proceedings of a symposium entitled 'Changing perspectives in agrochemicals: isotopic techniques for the study of food and environmental implications', which was held in Neuherberg on 24-27 November 1987 and organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and FAO, are presented.

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DOI: 10.1016/0269-7491(89)90178-4



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