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    Biopesticides -- the word is a contraction of biological pesticides -- are derived from natural substances like bacteria and plants. In that way, they differ substantially from pesticides that are...

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    Certain pesticides affect humans' internal organs. The organophosphate class of pesticides, for example, agitate the central nervous system. In toxic amounts, they can cause skin conditions,...

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    Some researchers believe that genetically modified crops are less nutritious than their non-modified counterparts. Between 1990 and 1999, both the Journal of Medicinal Food and the International...

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    Pesticides that enter rivers, streams, and other bodies of water are damaging for a few reasons. First, they are not regulated and measured in the same way that pesticides on food are regulated....

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    Pesticides may influence levels of secondary metabolites like flavonoids, hydroxycinnamic acids, anthocyanins, tropane alkaloids, and volatile terpenoids by non-specific mechanisms or interfering...

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    Pesticides are substances which are used for preventing unwanted organism or pest in a certain area where growth is administered. Such pests includes weeds, herbs, mammals, fish, nematodes,...

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    Pesticides of various sorts have been used for thousands of years to fight against the infestation of bugs in crops. However, overuse and use of unsafe pesticides have resulted in damage to...

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