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    FAO/PL:1968/M/9/1

    WHO/FOOD ADD./69.35

    1968 EVALUATIONS OF SOME PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN FOOD

    THE MONOGRAPHS

    Issued jointly by FAO and WHO

    The content of this document is the result of the deliberations of the
    Joint Meeting of the FAO Working Party of Experts and the WHO Expert
    Committee on Pesticide Residues, which met in Geneva, 9-16 December,
    1968.

    FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

    WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

    Geneva, 1969

    ANNEX I

                                                                                                 
    ANNEX I

    INDEX TO DOCUMENTATION ON SPECIFIC COMPOUNDS

                               FAO/WHO                                        FAO/WHO
        Compound             Publication              Compound              Publication
                              and year1                                      and year1
                                                                                             

    Acrylonitrile            1965b                Endrin                    1965a
    Aldrin                   1967, 1968           Ethion                    1969
    Allethrin                1965a                Ethylene dibromide3       1967, 1968
    Azinphos-methyl          1969                 Ethylene dichloride       1965b, 1968
    BHC (technical grades)   1969                 Ethylene oxide            1965b, 1969
    Bromide ion2             1969                 Fenchlorphos              1969
    Calcium arsenate         1969                 Ferbam                    1965a, 1968
    Captan                   1965a                Heptachlor                1967, 1968, 1969
    Carbaryl                 1967, 1968, 1969     Hydrogen cyanide          1965b, 1969
    Carbon disulfide         1965b, 1968          Lead arsenate             1969
    Carbon tetrachloride     1965b, 1968          Lindane4                  1967, 1968, 1969
    Chlorbenside             1965a                Malathion                 1967, 1968, 1969
    Chlordane                1968                 Mancozeb                  1968
    Chlorfenson              1965a                Maneb                     1965a, 1968
    Chlorobenzilate          1969                 Methoxychlor              1965a
    Chloropicrin             1965b                Methyl bromide3           1967, 1968
    Chloropropylate          1969                 Mevinphos                 1965a
    Chlorpropham             1965a                MGK 264                   1968
    Chlorthion               1965a                Nabam                     1965a, 1968
    Coumaphos                1969                 Oxydemeton-methyl5        1968
    Crufomate                1969                 Oxythioquinox             1969
    DDT                      1967, 1968, 1969     Parathion                 1965a, 1968
    Demeton                  1965a, 1968          Parathion-methyl          1969
    Diazinon                 1965a, 1967          Phenylmercuric acetate6   1967, 1968
                             1968, 1969           Phosphamidon              1965a, 1967, 1969
    Dichlorvos               1967, 1968           Phosphine7                1967, 1968
    Dicofol                  1969                 Piperonyl butoxide        1967, 1968

    Dieldrin                 1967, 1968, 1969     Propham                   1965a
    Dimethoate               1968                 Pyrethrins                1967, 1968
    Dimethrin                1965a                Thiram                    1965a, 1968
    Dioxathion               1969                 Toxaphene                 1969
    Diphenyl                 1967, 1968           Triphenyltin compounds    1965a
    DNOC                     1965a                Zineb                     1965a, 1968
    Endosulfan               1968, 1969           Ziram                     1965a, 1968
                                                                                             

    1 Unless otherwise stated, the first-mentioned date refers to the first complete, or completely
      revised, monograph. Succeeding dates refer to addenda to that monograph. Where a monograph
      has been completely revised, no mention is made of any earlier, obsolete monographs that may
      have been published. The references are given on page 286.
    2 Addendum only; previously evaluated under "ethylene dibromide" or "methyl bromide".
    3 See also "bromide ion".
    4 Previously referred to as "gamma-BHC".
    5 Previously referred to as "demeton-S-methyl sulfoxide".
    6 Plus other organomercurial compounds.
    7 Also referred to as "hydrogen phosphide".
    

    REFERENCES

    FAO/WHO (1965a) Evaluation of the toxicity of pesticide residues in
    food. FAO Meeting Report No. PL/1965/10/1; WHO/Food Add./27.65

    FAO/WHO (1965b) Evaluation of the hazards to consumers resulting from
    the use of fumigants in the protection of food. FAO Meeting Report No.
    PL/1965/10/2; WHO/Food Add./28.65

    FAO/WHO (1967) Evaluation of some pesticide residues in food. FAO,
    PL:CP/15; WHO/Food Add./67.32

    FAO/WHO (1968) 1967 evaluations of some pesticide residues in food.
    FAO/PL:1967/M/11/1; WHO/Food Add./68.30

    FAO/WHO (1969) 1968 evaluations of some pesticide residues in food.
    FAO/PL:1968/M/9/1; WHO/Food Add./69.35, (this current series of
    monographs)
    





















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