Genotoxic Agents in the Agro-Ecosystem Chairman’s Comments
Genotoxic metabolites produced by plants and fungi.
Genotoxic heavy metal salts found in the soil.
Genotoxic man-made chemicals used as pesticides and other agricultural chemicals.
Genotoxic substances generated during the heat processing of foods or the burning of agricultural wastes.
KeywordsAgricultural Waste Agricultural Chemical Heterocyclic Amine Pyrrolizidine Alkaloid Genotoxic Agent
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