Pesticide Residues in Food: Joint Report of the FAO Working Party on Pesticide Residues and the WHO Expert Committee on Pesticide Residues
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1971 - Food
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Comparison of estimated intakes of pesticide residues and acceptable daily
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1969 Joint Meeting acceptable daily intake ADI established animals Annex 1 continued Blank spaces indicate bromide carcinogenic chlordane chlormequat Citrus fruit Codex Committee Committee on Pesticide commodities cottonseed oil daily intake mg9kg dates see list diazinon dichlorvos dicofol dieldrin diquat dithiocarbamates endosulfan endrin ethylene Evaluation Expert Committee Experts on Pesticide exposure FAO Meeting Report FAO Working Party fentin compounds Fifth Session Food Additives Further information heptachlor indicate no rbommendations intake mg/kg intake mg9kg body Joint Meeting FAO/WHO Librerfa lindane list of references liver tumours mancozeb Maximum acceptable daily Meeting considered Meeting noted metabolism methyl bromide mg/kg body weight mice milk products monograph P.O. Box paraquat Party of Experts Pesticide Residues Pesticide Residues FAO/WHO Practical residue limits pyrethrins Raw cereals residue levels residue limits ppm)2 residues in food strawberries techn temporary ADI thiabendazole Tolerances ppm)2 tolerances recommended Tomatoes total diet studies toxicological tricyclohexyltin hydroxide vegetables WHO/Food Wld Hlth ziram