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Exposure Factors to Organophosphate and Carbamates Pesticides in the Putumayo Department, 2006

By Varona Marcela, Díaz Sonia, Henao Gloria, Lancheros Angélica, Murcia Alix, Morato Rocío, Morales Ligia, Revelo Dyva and de Segurado Patricia

Submitted: April 30th 2010Reviewed: January 4th 2011Published: January 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13434

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Varona Marcela, Díaz Sonia, Henao Gloria, Lancheros Angélica, Murcia Alix, Morato Rocío, Morales Ligia, Revelo Dyva and de Segurado Patricia (January 21st 2011). Exposure Factors to Organophosphate and Carbamates Pesticides in the Putumayo Department, 2006, Pesticides - The Impacts of Pesticides Exposure, Margarita Stoytcheva, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13434. Available from:

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