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Report of a Joint FAO/NACA/WHO Study Group
World Health Organization
Geneva

WHO Technical Report Series
883

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Joint FAO/NACA/WHO Study Group on Food Safety Issues Associated with Products from Aquaculture (1997 : Bangkok, Thailand)
Food safety issues associated with products from aquaculture: report of a joint FAO/NACA/WHO study group.

(WHO technical report series : 883)

1.Aquaculture 2.Fish products — parasitology 3.Fish products — microbiology 4.Crustacea — parasitology 5.Crustacea — microbiology 6.Food contamination 7.Hazardous substances — adverse effects 8.Food hygiene 9.Risk management — methods I.Title II.Series

ISBN 92 4 120883 X (Classification NLM: WA 703)
ISSN 0512-3054

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