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Fish Poisoning: A Problem in Food Toxication
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Interest in poisonous fishes has intensified greatly in recent years. World Wat II brought many Americans and Europeans to tropical areas of the world where fish poisoning is common. Also, interest in the welfare of native populations of the Pacific islands has developed widely, and there is an impression that fish poisoning is increasing. In spite of an extensive literature, there is considerable confusion on the subject.
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Bartsch, Alfred F, McFarren, Earl F
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Publisher :  University of Hawai'i Press     Type :  Article, Text     Format :  -    
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2009-02-12, 2009-02-12, 1962-01
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