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Dangerous Effects of Pesticides to Humanity

  title={Dangerous Effects of Pesticides to Humanity},
  author={L. NarayanaAVV},
  journal={Research and Reviews: Journal of Chemistry},
  • L. NarayanaAVV
  • Published 2016
  • Business
  • Research and Reviews: Journal of Chemistry
The use of toxic pesticides around the world to manage pest problems as becomes easy and common practice in agriculture field. Pesticides are using everywhere not only in agriculture field, but living areas like homes, parks, roads, schools etc. Our entire world is with full of pesticides, we can find anywhere in water, food, air, soil which causes dangerous effect to human health as well as to entire creature. The present review covers the toxic effect and dangerous problems are causing to… Expand


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