Brief review analytical methods for the determination of glyphosate

  title={Brief review analytical methods for the determination of glyphosate},
  author={Melo Kg and Gilberto DeNucci and Trape Az and Jacobucci Srf and C{\'e}lia Regina Garlipp and Rosa Pcp},
Submit Manuscript | Glyphosate is a non-selective herbicide widely used in agriculture, which accounts for over 60% in the global market, providing a wide spectrum of action which enables an optimal control danin has plants [1-4]. Besides, this pesticide has low acute oral toxicity when compared to other herbicidas [5-7]. It is known that pesticide residues are widely used in chromatographic methods for quantifying the target analyte. However, many pesticides have high… 

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