volume 65, issue 2, P157-160 2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162008000200008
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Abstract: ABSTRACT: The presence of insecticide residues in cereals represents a risk for the consumer, because these substances are used in large scale to protect stored grains from the attack of pests. The effects of three processing methods for corn and wheat samples on the stability of stored-grain protective insecticides were here evaluated. Fenitrothion and esfenvalerate were applied so as to produce theoretical concentrations of 10 and 0.5 mg kg -1 , respectively. Two hours after treatment, the grains were proce…

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