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The integrated effect is illustrated by the population predictions of the model shown in Figure 13. The economics (2) of the EBFB process compared with those of fumigation appear to be attractive particularly given the improved human and food safety possible by mis physical technique. Using the /?. dominica simulation model projections and the mortality data generated here, it will now be possible to evaluate EBFB applications with various cereal grains (wheat, corn, rice, and barley) on which chemical treatments are now so widely used.
In summary, the production o f many new volatiles from amino acids by irradiation indicated that more than one site i f the amino acid side chain was susceptible to free radical attack, and many volatiles can apparently be produced by secondary chemical reactions after the primary radiolytic degradation o f the side chains. Only sulfur-containing volatiles, however, produced a strong offodor that was similar to the odor that was found as a result of the irradiation treatment of meat. The perception of odor from samples containing sulfur volatiles changed somewhat depending on the composition of other volatiles in the sample.
Ferro , Paul W . Flinn , and Sam V . S. Department of Agriculture, Manhattan, KS 66502 2 3 The application of EBFB process for insect pest management in stored products offers the advantages of a physical, in-line process, potentially effective at all life stages (unlike fumigants that perform poorly on eggs). The challenge is the ability of the energetic electrons to reach life stages of the insect (largely larval), which may be living deep inside the endosperm of the seed. This work has concentrated on the rice weevil (Sitophilus oryzae) and the lesser grain borer (Rhyzopertha dominica).