Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Hazards of Agrochemicals in Developing Countries Vol I 1983

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1983
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The International Conference On Environmental Hazards Of Agrochemicals
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The most important characteristic of the 1960's was the human environmental concern regarding the chemical pollution. The advancement and progress in the fields of analytical chemistry ultramicrotechniques helped in monitoring and identifying the chemical pollutants at very minute levels in various substrates in the environment including the human adipose tissue samples. The subsequent rapid progress in the fields of molecular biochemistry and biology supported the new wide and deep scope of toxicological studies of these chemical pollutants including agrochemicals and industrial wastes. This universal concern was crowned by the formation of UNEP in 1972 as one of the U.N. agencies with its headquarters at Nairobi, Kenya. This perhaps was made on purpose because of the serious problems caused by pollution particularly in the developing countries.
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