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Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

, 188:51

First Online: 22 December 2015Received: 05 May 2015Accepted: 07 September 2015

Abstract

The effects of washing with tap and ozone water, ultrasonic cleaning and boiling on 16 pesticide ten fungicides and six insecticides residue levels in raw strawberries were investigated at different processing times 1, 2 and 5 min. An analysis of these pesticides was conducted using gas chromatography with nitrogen-phosphorous and electron capture detection GC-NPD-ECD. The processing factor PF for each pesticide in each processing technique was determined. Washing with ozonated water was demonstrated to be more effective reduction from 36.1 to 75.1 % than washing with tap water reduction from 19.8 to 68.1 %. Boiling decreased the residues of the most compounds, with reductions ranging from 42.8 to 92.9 %. Ultrasonic cleaning lowered residues for all analysed pesticides with removal of up to 91.2 %. The data indicated that ultrasonic cleaning and boiling were the most effective treatments for the reduction of 16 pesticide residues in raw strawberries, resulting in a lower health risk exposure. Calculated PFs for alpha-cypermethrin were used to perform an acute risk assessment of dietary exposure. To investigate the relationship between the levels of 16 pesticides in strawberry samples and their physicochemical properties, a principal component analysis PCA was performed.

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KeywordsProcessing Fungicide and insecticide residues Strawberries Risk assessment PCA AbbreviationsPFProcessing factor

IESTIInternational estimated short-term intake

PCAPrincipal component analysis

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Autor: Bozena Lozowicka - Magdalena Jankowska - Izabela Hrynko - Piotr Kaczynski

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