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Congeners, also known as fusil oils, are a byproduct of the fermentation process.
In order to prevent biasing the data due to higher LODs at lower amount of available serum, we censored the data based on detection frequency of each individual congener.
10 l Surrogate (2,4,5,6-tetrachloro-m-xylene) and internal standard (decachlorobiphenyl PCB congener 209) were spiked into the samples and blanks.
Prynocaria congener (Billberg) is an important coccinellid predator that feeds on different life stages of whitefly, such as Aleurodicus disperses and Bemisia tabaci (Mani, 2010; Wu et al.
Congener specific analysis of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in human blood serum from Croatia.
We now know how fusel oil, the major congener, is made.
Substances called congeners axe byproducts of distillation and fermentation, and they can trigger headaches as well increase the severity of a hangover, even though alcohol is what drives a hangover.
Such differences in morphology and reproductive patterns between flowering congeners have been argued to facilitate co-existence by reducing or eliminating the competitive advantage of one congener over the other (Brown et al.
We report here only the finding of congener 2,3,7,8 TCDD from seven of the on-site samples.
Using a 40-meter Rtx[R]-PCB column and electron capture detection, we determined the retention time for each congener individually, then analyzed a composite of Aroclor[R] PCB mixes 1242, 1254, and 1262.
A third PBDE formulation, based on the fully brominated, or deca, congener known as BDE-209 isn't slated for a phaseout anywhere.