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Glossary of Terms
... The buildup of a substance in the body due to either long term (chronic) exposure or repeat exposure. Acid A compound is considered acidic when its pH is below 7. An example ... determines the treatment requirements that a water system is required to complete. Acute Exposure Either a single or short term exposure to a compound. Adsorption The condensation of gases, liquids, or dissolved substances ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - MCPA
... than 4000 mg/kg in rabbits [5,6]. Symptoms in humans from very high acute exposure could include slurred speech, twitching, jerking and spasms, drooling, low blood pressure, and unconsciousness ... organs identified in animal studies include the liver, kidneys, spleen. and thymus. Farm worker exposure has resulted in reversible anemia, muscular weakness, digestive problems, and slight liver damage [1 ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - AMETRYN
... classifies it as Toxicity Class III, slightly toxic (49). TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS Acute Toxicity: Ametryn is slightly toxic to humans. Symptoms of acute exposure to high doses include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle weakness, ... than 3,100 mg/kg for rats and 8,160 mg/kg for rabbits (42). Acute eye exposure in rabbits causes a temporary irritation (56). Chronic Toxicity: No information is currently ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - AZINOPHOS-METHYL
... and lethal amounts can build up in the body after dermal exposure. Symptoms of illness caused by this type of exposure include nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, and muscle cramps [2,23]. ... disturbances [23]. Some organophosphates may cause delayed symptoms beginning 1 to 4 weeks after an acute exposure which may or may not have produced immediate symptoms. In such cases, numbness, tingling, weakness ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - BENSULIDE
... Acute toxicity: Although its toxicity is not high, bensulide can cause convulsions in humans when large amounts are ingested. Other symptoms of acute poisoning range from nausea and vomiting at mild exposure levels to abdominal cramps, loss of muscle coordination, slurring of speech, coma and death at higher levels of acute exposure [ ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CARBOFURAN
... respiratory system failure associated with carbofuran exposure [5]. Complete recovery from an acute poisoning by carbofuran, with no long-term health effects, is possible if exposure ceases and the victim ... with mice gave the same results [5]. Prolonged or repeated exposure to carbofuran may cause the same effects as an acute exposure [5]. Reproductive effects: Consuming high doses over long periods ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CHLOROBENZILATE
... acute poisoning from ingestion of chlorobenzilate include incoordination, nausea, vomiting, fever, apprehension, confusion, muscle weakness or pain, dizziness, wheezing, and coma. Symptoms may occur within several hours after exposure ... toxicity: Prolonged or repeated exposure to chlorobenzilate may cause the same effects as acute exposure [2,17]. After continuous exposure to chlorobenzilate, 16 ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CLETHODIM
... than 3.9 mg/L and 4.4 mg/L, respectively (58, 294).Effects of acute exposure to clethodim or Select may include eye or skin irritation or central nervous system effects ... liver was the primary organ affected in chronic animal studies. Although potential effects associated with acute exposure are reported to include central nervous system effects (58, 295), no available chronic data pointed ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DALAPON
... Effects: Acute toxicity: Dalapon is moderately toxic to humans. Skin and inhalation exposure could be of significance to dalapon production workers, pesticide applicators, and some agricultural workers [39]. Symptoms of high acute exposure include ... no deaths reported in goldfish after a 24-hour exposure to 100 mg/L of dalapon, all fish died after a similar exposure to 500 mg/L or above [17]. The 1 ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DICAMBA
... control weeds. Formulation: Not Available Toxicological Effects: Acute toxicity: Dicamba is slightly toxic by ingestion and slightly toxic by inhalation or dermal exposure [7]. The oral LD50 for dicamba ... that dicamba is not carcinogenic. Organ toxicity: Chronic exposure can lead to the development of the same symptoms as described for acute exposure. Fate in humans and animals: Dicamba was excreted ...
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