To assess the environmental significance of pesticide1 residues in soil and plants one must distinguish between two types of residues: those that are extractable with solvents and those that are not extractable with solvents. Bound pesticide residues are basically those residues remaining in soil or plants after exhaustive solvent extraction. These residues would escape detection in the analytical procedures conventionally used in residue analysis.
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- Bound pesticide residues in soil and plants
Shahamat U. Khan
- Springer New York