Rathy Ponnampalam

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The cellular metabolism, acute toxicity, mutagenicity, and carcinogenicity of maleic hydrazide have been reviewed. It seems that this chemical is a mutagen and a carcinogen in cell cultures and animals, but no evidence is available on human carcinogenicity regardless of population exposure in manufacturing, agriculture, and the food chain (i.e., potatoes,(More)
The effect of two different sources of magnesium fertilization, Epsom salt (MgSO4·7H2O) or dolomite (MgCO3·CaCO3), on enzymatic discoloration, phenolic, crude lipid, phospholipid and Mg content, of Katahdin potatoes was studied over a 3 yr. period. Tubers grown in soils receiving either Epsom salt, or dolomite, were compared with control tubers receiving no(More)
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