A fogyasztók növényvédőszermaradékokból származó expozíciójának finomítása, 1. Rész

Translated title of the contribution: Refining customer exposure due to pesticide residues - Part 1

Andrea Zentai, Kata Kerekes, István Szabó, A. Ámbrus

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The targeted use patterns of pesticides are evaluated, in relation to the safety of consumers based on the results of supervised trials performed before registration, The dietary intake of the relevant resiudes is calculated with the so called deterministic method providing only a point estimate. Customer exposure can be determined more realistically and in a more refined way based on the results of monitoring programmes performed following practical application of the pesticides, especially by using probabilistic calculation procedures gaining ground gradually in practical applications. In addition to consumption data of the crops treated, for crops of medium size, their individual weight distribution and the variability factor expressing the relationship of pesticide residues in the individual units and the average residues in the samples are required for calculations performed by both methods. For the latter two parameters, only limited data are available from a few countries. To refine the methodology of probabilistic exposure assessment, we determined the individual weight distributions of nearly 50 fruits and vegetables available in Hungary, and the variability of pesticide residues in crop units, based on data from our international research programs,. In the first part of our work, basic principles of the deterministic and probabilistic procedures, the individual weight distributions of the crops, and their characteristic properties are described.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)680-719
Number of pages40
JournalElelmiszervizsgalati Kozlemenyek
Volume61
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Sep 30 2015

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A fogyasztók növényvédőszermaradékokból származó expozíciójának finomítása, 1. Rész. / Zentai, Andrea; Kerekes, Kata; Szabó, István; Ámbrus, A.

In: Elelmiszervizsgalati Kozlemenyek, Vol. 61, No. 3, 30.09.2015, p. 680-719.

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