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Food Additives and Contaminants was previously published as Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A.

Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 17, Number 7, 1 July 2000

Summary report of the International Conference on pesticide residues variability and acute dietary risk assessment
pp. 481-485(5)
Authors: Harris, Caroline A.; Mascall, J. Richarde; Warren, Simon F. P.; Crossley, Stephen J.

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Variability in pesticides residues the US experience
pp. 497-501(5)
Author: Suhre, F. B.

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Investigations into the causes of residue variability on carrots in the UK
pp. 503-509(7)
Authors: Carter, A. D.; Fogg, P.; Beard, G. R.

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UK consumption databases relevant to acute exposure assessment
pp. 575-581(7)
Authors: Rees, N. M. A.; Day, M. J. L.

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Unit to unit variation of pesticide residues options for acute dietary risk assessment
pp. 583-589(7)
Authors: Earl, M.; Kaethner, M.; Uihlein, M.

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Probabilistic modelling: theory and practice
pp. 591-599(9)
Author: Petersen, Barbara J.

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Acute reference doses: theory and practical approaches
pp. 617-619(3)
Author: Moretto, Angelo

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Pesticide residue variability implications for Codex MRLs and world trade
pp. 649-652(4)
Authors: Dornseiffen, J. W.; Van Eck, W. H.

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