bromacil


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bromacil

[′brom·ə‚sil]
(organic chemistry)
5-Bromo-3-sec-butyl-6-methyluracil, a soil sterilant; general at high dosage and selective at low.
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The assets divested include the Bromacil Hyvar and Krovar trademarks, product registrations, product registration data, customer information, access to certain know-how, technical registrations and associated registration data outside of North America.
El 29 de mayo de 2009, la Sala Constitucional ordeno sanear las aguas que estaban contaminadas de bromacil y otros 25 quimicos mas.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said bromacil a "possible human carcinogen.
Bromacil and hexazinone were retarded with respect to bromide, and all compounds showed a reduction in peak concentrations as they moved down the soil profile.
Benefin Conductivity Bromacil Hardness (2004-only) Captan HC[O.
Model-simulated suction cup data for bromide, hexazinone, and bromacil at 4 depths are compared with the measured values in Fig.
Delegates attending the Rome meeting also agreed to set up a committee to look into provisional chemicals and give its opinion on several other substances that have been singled out as hazardous: bromacil, dichloroethylene, ethylene oxide and maleic hydrazide.
8 [micro]g/L), and 1,2-dichloropropane, 2,4-D, atrazine, dibromochloropropane, ethylene dibromide, heptachlor, simazine, bromacil, diuron, and hexazinone in well waters (California Department of Pesticide Regulation 2005b).
Bromacil was thought to originate from weed control around the Edendale Railway yards.
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).
James TK, Rahman A, Lauren DR (2003) Bromacil residues in soil and groundwater following its use in asparagus crops.