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Dithiocarbamate Toxicity - An Appraisal

By Narayan C. Rath, Komal S. Rasaputra, Rohana Liyanage, Gerry R. Huff and William E. Huff

Submitted: October 26th 2010Reviewed: April 4th 2011Published: September 12th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/18307

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Narayan C. Rath, Komal S. Rasaputra, Rohana Liyanage, Gerry R. Huff and William E. Huff (September 12th 2011). Dithiocarbamate Toxicity - An Appraisal, Pesticides in the Modern World - Effects of Pesticides Exposure, Margarita Stoytcheva, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/18307. Available from:

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