dibromochloropropane


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dibromochloropropane

/di·bro·mo·chlo·ro·pro·pane/ (di-bro″mo-klor″o-pro´pān) a colorless, halogenated, carcinogenic hydrocarbon formerly used as a pesticide, fumigant, and nematocide but now restricted in usage.
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1991); and dibromochloropropane at levels found in manufacturing plants (Huff 1983a).
Dibromochloropropane (DBCP): an 8-year reevaluation of testicular function and reproductive performance.
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Safe (1) noted that low sex ratios (proportions male at birth) follow exposure to dioxins, the nematocide dibromochloropropane (DBCP), and cocktails of unidentified agricultural chemicals.
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