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simazine

a triazine weedkiller that is toxic if livestock are allowed access shortly after the plants have been sprayed. Signs of toxicity include staggering in sheep and colic in horses.
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Atrazine and simazine were evaluated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in 1999.
The Ciba official also said it was inappropriate for the EPA to suggest in its announcement of the special review that atrazine and simazine pose significant risks to public health due to exposure through the diet or drinking water.
6-5) CROP 47(53) 7(3-13) Phosmet* CPUR 46 (52) 7(1-28) CROP 36 (40) 13(3-50) Simazine * CPUR 56 (63) 5(2-11) CROP 48 (54) 13(5-27) Median (IQR) applications Pesticide Metric near [residence.
Atrazine and Simazine Dealkylated Hydroxytated atrazine and simazine triazine triazine mercapturate mercapturate metabolites metabolites All (n = 579) 5.
Pang L, Close ME, Watt JPC, Vincent KW (2000) Simulation of picloram, atrazine and simazine leaching through two New Zealand soils and into groundwater using HYDRUS-2D.
We calculated both exposure metrics for six pesticides with high use in the study area: simazine and trifluralin (herbicides), dicofol and propargite (insecticides), and methyl bromide and metam sodium (fumigants).
While this topic is beyond the scope of this paper, EDCs also encompass several pesticides, such as DDT, DDE, lindane, atrazine, simazine, and chlorpyriphos, which are some of the most widely used compounds worldwide.
Environmental Protection Agency regulations under the Safe Drinking Water Act limiting Maximum Contaminant Levels in finished drinking water (Currently atrazine is set at 3 parts per billion, simazine at 4 parts per billion, alachlor at 2 parts per billion.
Finally, we examined the ability of atrazine and simazine to bind to SF-1 and enhance SF-1 binding to ArPII.
Stearman GK, Wells MJM (1997) Leaching and runoff of simazine, 2,4-D, and bromide from nursery plots.
Chloro-s-triazines, introduced in the late 1950s, include atrazine (ATR), simazine, propazine, terbutylazine, and cyanazine (Worthing and Walker 1987).