Heavy Metals in Propolis
Practical and Simple Procedures to Reduce the Lead Level in the Brazilian Propolis
In order to improve the quality of our propolis, many kinds of analysis carried out and, after a critical study of the results, the lead content in our propolis called our attention.
KeywordsFerulic Acid Lead Level Pollen Collector Lead Chromate Sample Propolis
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