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environmental impacts, including ozone depletion, smog, acidification, eutrophication, carcinogenic or non-carcinogenic human toxicity, respiratory effects, ecotoxicity, and fossil fuel depletion [ U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), 2008 ]. These are

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, R.P. 2011 Formaldehyde, p. 1350–1353. In: R.P. Pohanish (ed.). Sittig’s handbook of toxic and hazardous chemicals and carcinogens. 6th ed. William Andrew Publ., Waltham, MA Rios, J.L. Boechat, J.L. Gioda, A. dos Santos, C.Y. Neto, F.R. de A. e Silva

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Allium accumulate Se as MeSeCys, a non-protein amino acid implicated with superior chemopreventive effects compared with other organoselenium compounds ( Ellis and Salt, 2003 ). Plants that can accumulate Se greater than 100 and less than 1000 μg·g −1

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to bitter tastes or astringency may not be an ideal approach. Breeders must also optimize the composition and levels of bioactive compounds for human health. A fundamental question that needs to be determined is what are the optimum levels of the

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soil. California Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ. 247 Huang, X. 2003 Iron overload and its association with cancer risk in humans: Evidence for iron as a carcinogenic metal Mutat. Res. 533 153 171 Jensen, C.R. Mogensen, V.O. Mortensen, G. Andersen, M

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quite recently. They include watercress [ Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum (L.) Hayek = Nasturtium officinale R. Br.], alone or mixed with another leafy vegetable. Watercress is native from Europe to central Asia and is one of the oldest of the leafy

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; Urrestarazu et al., 1998 ). Nitrate is found in vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, grains, and in several products that are part of the basic diet of human beings ( Gürkan and Altunay, 2018 ). According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

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Turkmenistan, primarily; Figs. 2 and 3 ) or Asian types such as ‘Hami’ ( C. melo ssp. melo Inodorus group) and ‘Sprite’ ( C. melo ssp. agrestis Makuwa group; Fig. 4 ). These are sweet dessert-type melons. An interesting array of non-sweet, vegetable

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