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    Analysis of Residual Pesticides
Pesticides are chemicals used to control pests. The term 'pesticide' includes insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, algaecides and fumigants. Organochlorines and organophosphorus pesticides are of major concern as they accumulate in animal body fat either as such or in the form of metabolites. Why is it important to analyse residual pesticides ?
It is important to analyze residual pesticides because

Residual pesticides is one of the important factors to prove that the water is safe for consumption
Mandatory requirement of PFA, FSSAI & BIS for domestic market

PSA has the state of the art equipment and technology for Residual analysis of all pesticides in ppb to sub ppb levels as per the BIS and FSSAI norms as applicable in Packaged Drinking Water, Packaged Natural Mineral Water & Potable water.

PSA's Biological Division is one of the well-equipped Laboratories having modern facilities and advanced instruments. The Laboratory specializes in microbiological and toxicological analysis of food, water and pharmaceutical products, as per directives given by IS, APHA, FDA, IP, PFA and several in- house methods. Private analysis along with independent Research and Development work are also done here.
    Microbiological Testing
Early history of microbiology. Historians are unsure who made the first observations of microorganisms, but the microscope was available during the mid-1600s, and an English scientist named Robert Hooke made key observations. He is reputed to have observed strands of fungi among the specimens of cells he viewed. In the 1670s and the decades thereafter, a Dutch merchant named Anton van Leeuwenhoek made careful observations of microscopic organisms, which he calledanimalcules. Until his death in 1723, van Leeuwenhoek revealed the microscopic world to scientists of the day and is regarded as one of the first to provide accurate descriptions of protozoa, fungi, and bacteria.
 
 
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