thiocarbamates


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thiocarbamates

herbicides (allate, diallate, ETPC) which are poisonous causing clinical signs including tremor, dyspnea, salivation, vomiting and bloat.
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The use of glycols and hydrotalcite in conjunction with a zinc thiocarbamate accelerator was shown to improve the heat aging properties of BIMS compounds.
At nodes 8 and 9, we observed a three-way interaction effect among maternal age, triazines, and thiocarbamates, indicating that a pregnant woman 35 years or older who was exposed to both triazines and thiocarbamates before conception had a nearly 8-fold increase in risk over those exposed to triazines only.
Pregnant women age 35 or older exposed during the first trimester to thiocarbamates were at increased risk of spontaneous abortion (OR = 2.
Similarly, carbamates and thiocarbamates were weak inhibitors in all tested species.
HF (5 yr) EARTH H glyphosate, paraquat; F benomyl, bitertanol, di- thiocarbamate, hexaco- nazole, mancozeb, propiconazole, tebuco- nazole, tridemorph.