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Pesticides and Agricultural Work Environments in Argentina

By M. Butinof, R. Fernández, M.J. Lantieri, M.I. Stimolo, M. Blanco, A.L. Machado, G. Franchini, M. Gieco, M. Portilla, M. Eandi, A. Sastre and M.P. Diaz

Submitted: September 11th 2013Reviewed: October 1st 2013Published: February 20th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57178

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M. Butinof, R. Fernández, M.J. Lantieri, M.I. Stimolo, M. Blanco, A.L. Machado, G. Franchini, M. Gieco, M. Portilla, M. Eandi, A. Sastre and M.P. Diaz (February 20th 2014). Pesticides and Agricultural Work Environments in Argentina, Pesticides, Marcelo L. Larramendy and Sonia Soloneski, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57178. Available from:

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