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Hazards to Man and Domestic Animals

  • Fumio Matsumura

Abstract

Pesticides can come in contact with man and domestic animals by accidental encounter or as residues in food, water, and air. The former route often causes acute poisoning, which has been studied by medical and veterinary toxicologists. Occupational exposure (e.g., pesticide factory workers and pest control operators) usually results in chronic poisoning, which provides rough estimates of toxicity to humans for some of the pesticides. However, pesticide intake through food, water, and air has been neglected, since the amount of intake was thought to be insignificant. Studies on the subtle effects of this chronic exposure to persistent pesticides have begun only recently.

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Domestic Animal Pesticide Residue Residue Level Acute Poisoning Heptachlor Epoxide 
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  • Fumio Matsumura
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  1. 1.Pesticide Research CenterMichigan State UniversityEast LansingUSA

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