Pesticide Management and Insecticide Resistance by David L. Watson

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Worker environment research. I I . Sampling and process­ ing techniques for determining dislodgeable residues on leaf surfaces. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 12, 641-644. Guthrie, F. E . , Tappan, W . , Jackson, M. D . , Smith, F. D . , and Chasson, A. L. (1972). Cholinesterase levels of cigar-wrapper tobacco workers exposed to para­ thion. Arch. Environ. Health 25, 32-37. Guthrie, F. E . , Domanski, J. , Main, A. , Sanders, D . , and Monroe, R. R. (1974). Use of mice for initial approx­ imation of reentry intervals into pesticide-treated fields.

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Unpublished) Ware, G. , Morgan, D . , Estesen, B. , Cahill, W. , and Whitacre, D. M. (1973). Establishment of reentry intervals for organophosphate-treated cotton fields based on human data: I. Ethyl- and methyl parathion. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 1, 48-59. Ware, G. , Morgan, D . , Estesen, B. , and Cahill, W. P. (1974). Establishment of reentry intervals for organo­ phosphate- treated cotton fields based on human data. II. Azodrin, ethyl and methyl parathion. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol.

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