By Rhoda G. M. Wang, Claire A. Franklin, Richard C. Honeycutt, and Joseph C. Reinert (Eds.)
content material: organic tracking for pesticide dose choice : old views, present practices, and new techniques / H.N. Nigg and J.H. Stamper --
how you can decrease applicator publicity to insecticides / J.E. Cowell, S. Dubelman, A.J. Klein, and okay. Ohta --
Estimating publicity to insecticides in epidemiological reviews of melanoma / Aaron Blair, Shelia Hoar Zahm, Kenneth P. Cantor, and Patricia A. Stewart --
overview of box employee publicity to chlordimeform by utilizing urine tracking / okay. Balu --
handy box sampling process for tracking risky compounds in exhaled breath / Michael S. Morgan, Gary S. Phillips, and Eileen M. Kirkpatrick --
Validation of environmental tracking through organic tracking : fluorescent tracer approach and patch method / Richard A. Fenske --
organic markers to review publicity in animals and bioavailability of environmental contaminants / L.R. Shugart, S.M. Adams, B.D. Jiminez, S.S. Talmage, and J.F. McCarthy --
Use of urine for tracking human publicity to genotoxic brokers / Richard H.C. San, Miriam P. Rosin, Raymond H. See, Bruce P. Dunn, and Hans F. Stich --
Neuropathy aim esterase in blood lymphocytes : tracking the interplay of organophosphates with a chief aim / Marcello Lotti --
Percutaneous absorption and inherent toxicity / Ronald C. Wester and Howard I. Maibach --
Dinocap dermal absorption in woman rabbits and rhesus monkeys : implications for people / Stephen L. Longacre, Laura J. DiDonato, Ronald C. Wester, Howard I. Maibach, Susan S. damage, and Richard D. Costlow --
Percutaneous absorption in rhesus monkeys and estimation of human chemical publicity / Ronald C. Wester, James McMaster, Daniel A.W. dollars, Eugene M. Bellet, and Howard I. Maibach --
Percutaneous absorption : in vitro strategy as a substitute to in vivo exams / R.C. Scott --
Dermal absorption and pharmacokinetics of insecticides in rats / P.V. Shah, H.L. Fisher, M.R. Sumler, and L.L. corridor --
organic tracking recommendations for people uncovered to insecticides : use, improvement, and instructed refinements / T.L. Lavy and J.D. Mattice --
New methods to research of organophosphate metabolites within the urine of box staff / C.P. Weisskopf and J.N. Seiber --
Pilot research for organic tracking of 1,3-dichloropropene / John D. Osterloh, Rhoda Wang, Linda O'Connell, Peyton Jacob, III, and Keith T. Maddy --
decision of chlordimeform residues as 4-chloro-o-toluidine in human urine utilizing high-performance liquid chromatography / M.W. Cheung, R.A. Kahrs, W.B. Nixon, J.A. Ross, and B.G. Tweedy --
organic tracking expertise for dimension of applicator publicity / S. Dubelman and J.E. Cowell --
Quantitative choice of haloxyfop in human urine by way of gasoline chromatography-mass spectrometry / R.A. Campbell, P.E. Kastl, B.E. Kropscott, and M.J. Bartels --
Enzyme immunoassay for aldicarb / James F. Brady, James R. Fleeker, Richard A. Wilson, and Ralph O. Mumma --
Mixer-loader-applicator publicity and percutaneous absorption reports regarding EPTC herbicide : safeguard regarding publicity / James B. Knaak, M.A. Al-Bayati, O.G. Raabe, J.L. Wiedmann, J.W. Pensyl, J.H. Ross, A.P. Leber, and P. Jones --
Assessing threat for people at the foundation of animal toxicology information : use of dermal absorption info for animal experiences / E.J. Hixon --
Insecticide absorption from indoor surfaces : possibility review and regulatory requisites / Peter E. Berteau, James B. Knaak, Donald C. Mengle, and Jay B. Schreider --
The Environmental safeguard Agency's use of organic tracking info for the distinctive evaluation of alachlor / Curt Lunchick, Gary Burin, Joseph C. Reinert, and Karen E. Warkentien --
Use of organic tracking information from pesticide clients in making pesticide regulatory judgements in California : research of captan publicity of strawberry pickers / Keith T. Maddy, R.I. Krieger, Linda O'Connell, M. Bisbiglia, and S. Margetich --
Use of organic tracking within the regulatory strategy / Leonard Ritter and Claire A. Franklin --
nationwide agricultural chemical substances organization review on evaluation of mixer-loader-applicator publicity to insecticides : organic tracking / Richard C. Honeycutt.
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MSL-2887, 1983. S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA Accession No. 71959. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1988. 2. COWELLETAL. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Ways To Reduce Applicator Exposure Cowell, J. E. and Dubelman, S. In Pesticide Science and Technology; Greenhalgh, R. and Roberts, T. , Eds; Blackwell Scientific Publications: Oxford, 1987, 573-578. , Arras, D. , and Adams, S. A. J. Agric. Food Chem. 1982, 30, 528-532. Kramer, R. M. Herbicide Applicator Exposure to Glyphosate During Application of Roundup® Herbicide and Field Reentry.
Br. J. Industr. Med. 1986, 43, 75. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1988. Chapter 4 Evaluation of Field Worker Exposure to Chlordimeform by Using Urine Monitoring K. Balu Agricultural Division, Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Greensboro, NC 27419 Chlordimeform, the active ingredient of Galecron 4E, i s an effective insecticide-ovicide used i n cotton. Chlordimeform i s readil in urine followin CIBA-GEIGY Corporation has conducted extensive urine monitoring of f i e l d workers for several years under f i e l d use conditions which employ aerial applications on cotton.
COWELLETAL. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Ways To Reduce Applicator Exposure Cowell, J. E. and Dubelman, S. In Pesticide Science and Technology; Greenhalgh, R. and Roberts, T. , Eds; Blackwell Scientific Publications: Oxford, 1987, 573-578. , Arras, D. , and Adams, S. A. J. Agric. Food Chem. 1982, 30, 528-532. Kramer, R. M. Herbicide Applicator Exposure to Glyphosate During Application of Roundup® Herbicide and Field Reentry. Monsanto Report Number MSL-0288, 1978. S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA Accession No.