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List of Abbreviations G Used in This Work BFSD CAG CAI CEDM DBCD EDF EPA FDA FEA FEPCA FIFRA HED IPM IRDC IRLG MC NCI NLM NRC OC OPP PBA PC Benefits and Field Studies Division, oPP, U.S. EPA Carcinogen Assessment Group, U.S. EPA Carcinogenic Activity Indicator Committee on Environmental Decision Making, NRC Dibromochloropropane Environmental Defense Fund U.S. Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Food and Drug Administration U.S. Federal Energy Administration Federal Environmental Pesticide Control Act of 1972 Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act of 1947 Hazard Evaluation Division, oPP, U.S. EPA Integrated Pest Management International Research and Development Corporation Interagency Regulatory Liaison Group Material costs National Cancer Institute National Library of Medicine National Research Council "Other" costs Office of Pesticide Programs, U.S. EPA Preliminary benefit assessment Pest control costs 287
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288 PCRC PD PEP PEAP Appendix G Pesticide Chemical Review Committee, U.S. EPA Position document Preliminary exposure profile (The Committee on) Prototype Explicit Analyses for Pesti- cides, NRC Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Scientific Advisory Panel, to oPP, U.S. EPA RPAR SAP S-PBA Supplement to the PBA SPRD Special Pesticide Review Division, oPP, U.S. EPA SCR Suspect Chemicals Review program USDA U.S. Department of Agriculture USDA-ATR USDA assessment team report
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