aminotriazole


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a·mi·no·tri·a·zole

(ă-mē'nō-trī'ă-zōl),
An effective weed killer that also possesses some antithyroid activity.

aminotriazole

a herbicide with relatively low toxicity. Poisoning causes a syndrome of pulmonary edema and alimentary tract hemorrhage.
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2002) studied the protective effect of electro polymerised aminotriazole towards corrosion of copper in 0.
3], aminotriazole, prevention of endosulfan, iodine uptake malathion (multiple animal studies) Mechanism of Reference action/ Route to autism pathophysiology Developmental Brannenetal.
We previously characterized several lines of transgenic tobacco plants that overexpress the Arabidopsis APX3 gene and show increased tolerance against aminotriazole treatment (Wang et al.
Among the most widely used herbicides that interfere with the thyroid system are 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D), acetochlor, aminotriazole, amitrole, bromacil, bromoxynil, pendamethalin, and the thioureas (Brucker-Davis 1998; Howdeshell 2002; Short and Colborn 1999).
Briefly, there are chemicals that interfere with iodine uptake (the herbicides 2,4-D and mancozeb, several PCB congeners, and thiocyanates) and peroxidation at the molecular level (the herbicides aminotriazole and thioureas, the insecticides endosulfan and malathion, and PCBs).
Two hundred eighty microliters of the reaction mixture (40 mM aminotriazole, pH 7.
We report that 4-chloro-3-nitro-2H-[1]benzopyran-2 one (2) reacts readily with various substituted aminotriazoles and 2-benzothiazoles to form the corresponding 4-triazolylamino-, respectively 4-benzothiazolylamino-3-nitro-2H-[1]benzopyran-2-ones 4(a-e).
Product 2 was subjected to condensation with substituted aminotriazoles 3(a-b) and 2-aminobenzothiazoles 3(c-e) in acetonitrile under reflux to yield the respective 4-triazolylamino 3- nitro-2H-[1]-benzopyran-2-ones 4(a-b) and 4benzothiazolylamino-3-nitro-2H-[1]-benzopyran-2ones 4(c-e).