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Disinfestation of Rhyzopertha dominica in Stored Wheat Grain by Ozone Treatment: Process Optimization and Effect Study.

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Summary of "Disinfestation of Rhyzopertha dominica in Stored Wheat Grain by Ozone Treatment: Process Optimization and Effect Study."

Ozone is a highly oxidative gas has a long history of safe use as disinfectant and sanitizer in industries of pharmaceuticals, and many other organic compounds. In the current work, disinfestation of a common insect Rhyzopertha dominica in stored wheat grains was attempted through ozone (O ) treatment as an alternative to chemical fumigants.

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Name: Journal of the science of food and agriculture
ISSN: 1097-0010
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