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... emulsion form, in aqueous solutions (salts), and as a dry compound. Toxicological Effects: Acute toxicity: The acid form is of slight to moderate toxicity. The oral LD50 of 2,4-D ranges from 375 to ... nerve endings with muscular effects [25]. Chronic toxicity: Rats given high amounts, 50 mg/kg/day, of 2,4-D in the diet for 2 years showed no adverse effects. Dogs fed lower ...

... . Formulation: It is found in formulations as a soluble concentrate and as an emulsified concentrate. Toxicological Effects: Acute toxicity: 2,4-DB is a slightly toxic compound through oral exposure. It has an oral ... . The acute dermal LD50 of 2,4-DB is greater than 2000 mg/kg [6]. Chronic toxicity: At 25 and 80 mg/kg/day, dogs experienced changes in body weight and tissue effects ...
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