The nature and fate of chemicals applied to soils, plants, and animals.

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This symposium was divided into Section I-Responsibility of the federal agencies and industry, Section II-Progress, and problems, and Section III-Fate of chemicals. Sections II and III included papers on "Use of insecticides, attractants and repellents", by E. F. KNIPLING; "Use of antibiotics, hormones, tranquillizers and other chemicals in animal production", by N. R. ELLIS et al. "Industrial chemical contamination of livestock feeds", by A. M. LEE; "Insecticide residues in plants, animals and soils", by W. E. WESTLAKE & J. P. SAN ANTONIO; "The toxicity of pesticides for livestock", by R. D. RADELEFF & R. C. BUSHLAND; "Systemic insecticides in animals", by F. W. PLAPP, JR. et al. ; "Residues in milk from antibiotics used in mastitis treatment", by R. W. BROWN; and "Antibiotics, hormones and tranquillizers in animals", by J. F. SYKES et al. M.P.H.

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  • animal production
  • antibiotics
  • contamination
  • eukaryotes
  • feeding stuffs
  • feeds
  • food contaminants
  • food contamination
  • hormones
  • insecticide residues
  • insecticides
  • livestock
  • mastitis
  • milk
  • milk quality
  • neuroleptics
  • pesticides
  • plants
  • residues
  • sedatives
  • toxicity

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