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EXTOXNET PIP - CARBOXIN
... dose tested, 15 mg/kg for 2 years [18]. Reproductive effects: A three-generation study with rats showed treatment related effects on reproductive performance at levels from 5 to 30 mg/kg/day ... moderate growth suppression in nursing pups [18]. It is unlikely that the compound would produce reproductive effects in humans at expected exposure levels. Teratogenic effects: At the highest dose tested (40 ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CHLOROBENZILATE
... Reproductive effects: A three-generation rat reproduction study resulted in reduced testicular weights, but did not affect reproduction. The results of another study indicate that chlorobenzilate does not adversely affect reproductive performance ... of rats [2,17]. It is unlikely that chlorobenzilate will cause reproductive toxicity in humans at expected exposure levels. Teratogenic effects: No data ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CLOMAZONE
... . Mice given doses above 15 mg/kg/day had elevated white blood cell counts [78]. Reproductive effects: In a two-generation study with rats, each generation was fed clomazone at 5 ... weeks in between weaning and mating. There was no effect on reproductive performance [79]. These data suggest that it does not cause reproductive effects. Teratogenic effects: Clomazone does not appear to be teratogenic ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DIMETHOATE
... condition with headache, nausea, weakness, loss of appetite, and malaise has also been reported [2]. Reproductive effects: When mice were given 9.5 to 10.5 mg/kg/day dimethoate in ... .5 mg/kg/day did not decrease reproductive performance or pup survival [2]. Once in the bloodstream, dimethoate may cross the placenta [2]. Impaired reproductive function in humans is not likely under normal ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - FOLPET
... may cause dermatitis, while prolonged exposure to the eyes may cause conjunctivitis (317). Reproductive Effects: A 2-generation reproductive study in rats produced a parental NOEL of 34.5 mg/kg/day ... Level (LEL) of 180 mg/kg/day (322). Another study reported no significant effect on reproductive performance over three generations in rats at 1,000 mg/kg diet. The result from one ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DIFLUBENZURON
... with the formation of methemoglobin, a form of hemoglobin that is unable to carry oxygen. Reproductive effects: Day-old ducks and turkeys fed moderate amounts of the pesticide in their diets ... [16]. A three-generation study on rats at low doses showed no effect on mating performance. It does not appear that diflubenzuron has a significant effect on reproduction [16,28]. Teratogenic ...
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