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- Hayward, Douglas G.; Wong, Jon W.; Park, Hoon Y.
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2015 v.63 no.37 pp. 8116-8124
- deltamethrin, etc ; Americans; Camellia sinensis; DDT (pesticide); HCH (pesticide); United States Environmental Protection Agency; anthraquinones; azoxystrobin; beverages; bifenthrin; chlorpyrifos; cyhalothrin; cypermethrin; dietary supplements; endosulfan; fenvalerate; gas chromatography; green tea; heptachlor; leaves; mass spectrometry; oolong tea; pesticide residues; pyridaben; solid phase extraction; tebuconazole; triazophos; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... Black, green, white, and Oolong teas, all derived from leaves of Camellia sinensis, are widely consumed throughout the world and represent a significant part of the beverages consumed by Americans. A gas chromatography-triple quadrupole-based method, previously validated for pesticides on dried botanical dietary supplements, including green tea, was used to measure pesticides fortified into black ...