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Residues of lindane and its metabolites in eggs chicks and body tissues of hen pheasants after ingestion of lindane carbon 14 via treated wheat seed or gelatin capsules



Residues of lindane and its metabolites in eggs chicks and body tissues of hen pheasants after ingestion of lindane carbon 14 via treated wheat seed or gelatin capsules



Journal Of Environmental Science & Health Part B Pesticides Food Contaminants & Agricultural Wastes: 67-93




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