Identifying Priorities For Pesticide Residue Reduction
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- Fred KUCHLER & Katherine RALSTON & Laurian UNNEVEHR, "undated". "Identifying Priorities For Pesticide Residue Reduction," Department of Resource Economics Regional Research Project 9535, University of Massachusetts.
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- Alicia L. Carriquiry & Helen H. Jensen & Sarah M. Nusser, 1990.
"Modeling Chronic Versus Acute Human Risk from Contaminants in Food,"
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- Carriquiry, Alicia L. & Jensen, Helen H. & Nusser, S. M., 1990. "Modeling Chronic Versus Acute Human Risk from Contaminants in Food," Staff General Research Papers Archive 309, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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KeywordsPesticide residues; dietary intakes; dietary risks; fruits and vegetables; Crop Production/Industries;
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