Year 2021, Volume 11 , Issue 2, Pages 1270 - 1278 2021-06-01

Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances
Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances

Ayhan ELMASTAŞ [1] , Adil UMAZ [2] , Fırat AYDIN [3]


In this study, grown tomato samples were examined changes of pesticide active substances by two different methods in the artificial gastric liquid (AGL) medium prepared. In the first method, Trifloxystrobin and Imidacloprid pesticide active substances were sprayed on the tomato samples before the harvest period. Time-dependent change of the active substance of Trifloxystrobin; although initially 83.17 ng g-1, it was determined as 24.71 ng g-1 in 240 min. The concentration of this active substance was determined that decreased with time and the % change was 70.29. While Imidacloprid active substance initially was 10.20 ng g-1, it was determined as 10.32 ng g-1 at 240 min. It was determined that this active substance did not change between the first and the last concentration depending on the time. In the second method, 75 pesticide active substances were spiked to the tomato sample and the time-dependent change in the AGL medium was examined. The concentration of 10 active substances that above 70% of the change rate was determined that there was a statistical decrease depending on the time % changes in the range between 0-240 min. The concentration of 30 active substances in below 70% of the change rate was determined that did not a statistical decrease as depending on time. however, % changes were observed that there was a certain thought at different rates between the first and the last concentration after 240 min. The last 15 active substances 240 min concentrations were determined that increased of % changes compared to 0 min.
In this study, grown tomato samples were examined changes of pesticide active substances by two different methods in the artificial gastric liquid (AGL) medium prepared. In the first method, Trifloxystrobin and Imidacloprid pesticide active substances were sprayed on the tomato samples before the harvest period. Time-dependent change of the active substance of Trifloxystrobin; although initially 83.17 ng g-1, it was determined as 24.71 ng g-1 in 240 min. The concentration of this active substance was determined that decreased with time and the % change was 70.29. While Imidacloprid active substance initially was 10.20 ng g-1, it was determined as 10.32 ng g-1 at 240 min. It was determined that this active substance did not change between the first and the last concentration depending on the time. In the second method, 75 pesticide active substances were spiked to the tomato sample and the time-dependent change in the AGL medium was examined. The concentration of 10 active substances that above 70% of the change rate was determined that there was a statistical decrease depending on the time % changes in the range between 0-240 min. The concentration of 30 active substances in below 70% of the change rate was determined that did not a statistical decrease as depending on time. however, % changes were observed that there was a certain thought at different rates between the first and the last concentration after 240 min. The last 15 active substances 240 min concentrations were determined that increased of % changes compared to 0 min.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Engineering, Chemical
Published Date Haziran-2021
Journal Section Kimya / Chemistry, Kimya Mühendisliği / Chemical Engineering
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-9208-9852
Author: Ayhan ELMASTAŞ
Institution: Diyarbakır Gıda Kontrol Laboratuarı
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0003-2438-5454
Author: Adil UMAZ (Primary Author)
Institution: Mardin Artuklu Üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-0868-2769
Author: Fırat AYDIN
Institution: DİCLE ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : July 21, 2020
Acceptance Date : February 18, 2021
Publication Date : June 1, 2021

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APA Elmastaş, A , Umaz, A , Aydın, F . (2021). Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances . Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology , 11 (2) , 1270-1278 . DOI: 10.21597/jist.772406
MLA Elmastaş, A , Umaz, A , Aydın, F . "Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances" . Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology 11 (2021 ): 1270-1278 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jist/issue/61423/772406>
Chicago Elmastaş, A , Umaz, A , Aydın, F . "Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances". Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology 11 (2021 ): 1270-1278
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ISNAD Elmastaş, Ayhan , Umaz, Adil , Aydın, Fırat . "Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances". Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology 11 / 2 (June 2021): 1270-1278 . https://doi.org/10.21597/jist.772406
AMA Elmastaş A , Umaz A , Aydın F . Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances. Iğdır Üniv. Fen Bil Enst. Der.. 2021; 11(2): 1270-1278.
Vancouver Elmastaş A , Umaz A , Aydın F . Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances. Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology. 2021; 11(2): 1270-1278.
IEEE A. Elmastaş , A. Umaz and F. Aydın , "Investigation of Changes Against Time in the Artificial Gastric Liquid Medium of Pesticide Active Substances", Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 1270-1278, Jun. 2021, doi:10.21597/jist.772406