monuron


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monuron

a selective urea-based herbicide. Can cause anemia and methemoglobinemia. Vomiting, ataxia and urticaria are also recorded.
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In 1999, the Ministry of Defense revealed that Agent Orange and Monuron were sprayed intensively during the late 1960s.
Harris DI (1966) Adsorption, movement and phytotoxicity of monuron and s-triazine herbicides in soils.
We administered the chemicals (diethylhexyl phthalate, cinnamyl anthranilate, chlorendic acid, 1,4-dichlorobenzene, monuron, ethylene thiourea, diethyl thiourea, trimethyl thiourea, and d-limonene) to the same strains of mice and rats used in the original NTP bioassays (nine chemicals to rats and seven to mice).
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forces spread three types of defoliants - Agent Orange, Agent Blue and Monuron, on 66 million square meters of land south of the DMZ.
This fine grade of dicyaniamide is also available predispersed with a choice of accelerators, including monuron, diuron, fenuron, chlortolurone, or new TDI bifunctional uron.
Burnside OC, Fenster RCR, Wicks GA (1963) Dissipation and leaching of monuron, simazine, and atrazine in Nebraska soils.
Army document, Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) reported Monday that about 7,000 South Korean soldiers were exposed when they were mobilized to spray three types of defoliants -- Agent Orange, Agent Blue and Monuron.