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However, there is no need to establish a tolerance or acceptance of any amount of D D T i n bakery goods. N o residual sprays are to be employed i n any way i n any area where they could contaminate either ingredients or the finished product. This is i n contrast to the agricultural uses of these products, where they are necessarily incorporated i n a slight degree i n the finished product. Whatever is decided regarding agricultural use should not enter into the question of use i n food-manufacturing establishments.
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16, 1949. , and Litchfield, J. , J. Pharm. Exptl. , 96, 99 (1949). Pharmacology and Toxicology of Some Important Economic Poisons C. H. , and School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, Calif. Some of the more important pharmacologic and toxicologic principles that have been highlighted by government, commercial, and university laboratories are outlined. Cooperative research by chemists and toxicologists is needed, directed toward the development of economic poisons possessing a greater margin of safety for man and animals.
A Theory of Color Production II, Inorganic Compounds by Julius Stieglitz