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Application of a UV–vis detection-HPLC method for a rapid determination of lycopene and β-carotene in vegetables
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to optimize an HPLC method for the determination of lycopene and β-carotene in vegetables and compare it with a spectrophotometric standard method. Among theExpand
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Evolution of residual levels of six pesticides during elaboration of red wines. Effect of wine-making procedures in their dissappearance.
The effect of wine-making procedures on the concentrations of six pesticides (chlorpyrifos, penconazole, fenarimol, vinclozolin, metalaxyl, and mancozeb) in red wines has been studied. DuringExpand
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Effect of pesticide residues on the aromatic composition of red wines.
The influence of pesticide residues on the aromatic composition (major and minor volatiles) of red wines made from Vitis vinifera (Monastrell var.) was studied by comparing the concentration ofExpand
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Multiresidue method for the rapid determination--in grape, must and wine--of fungicides frequently used on vineyards.
A rapid multiresidue gas chromatographic method for determining 17 fungicides in grapes, must and wine, widely used on vineyards, is described. A simple on-line microextraction method for isolationExpand
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Determination of chlorpyrifos, penconazole, fenarimol, vinclozolin and metalaxyl in grapes, must and wine by on-line microextraction and gas chromatography.
A rapid gas chromatographic method for determination of residue levels of one insecticide (chlorpyrifos) and four fungicides (penconazole, fenarimol, vinclozolin and metalaxyl) in grapes, must andExpand
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Fungicide dissipation curves in winemaking processes with and without maceration step.
The evolution of residual levels of four fungicides (cyprodinil, fludioxonil, pyrimethanil, and quinoxyfen) during the elaboration of three types of wine with maceration (traditional red wine,Expand
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HCH and DDT residues in human placentas in Murcia (Spain).
Organochlorinated insecticides are ubiquitous toxicants that are transplacentally transferred from mother to fetus and are reported to produce adverse health effects in pregnant woman and neonates.Expand
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Multiresidue method for the rapid determination of organophosphorus insecticides in grapes, must and wine.
A rapid multiresidue gas chromatographic method for determining 12 insecticides in grapes, must and wine is described. A simple on-line microextraction method for isolating frequently appliedExpand
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Evolution of chlorpyrifos, fenarimol, metalaxyl, penconazole, and vinclozolin in red wines elaborated by carbonic maceration of Monastrell grapes.
The influence of the different steps involved in the wine-making process on the disappearance of chlorpyrifos, fenarimol, metalaxyl, penconazole, and vinclozolin in red wines elaborated by carbonicExpand
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Effects of clarification and filtration processes on the removal of fungicide residues in red wines (var. Monastrell).
The effects of six clarification agents (egg albumin, blood albumin, bentonite plus gelatin, charcoal, PVPP, and silica gel) on the removal of residues of four fungicides (cyprodinil, fludioxonil,Expand
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