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Chemical: propoxur

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(No Structure)
GCID
32745
MESH DESCRIPTION
A carbamate insecticide. : A carbamate insecticide. : Cholinesterase Inhibitors : Insecticides : Cholinesterase Inhibitors : Insecticides
CASRN
114-26-1
FORMULA
C11H15NO3
MW
209.2417
SMILES
CC(C)Oc1ccccc1OC(=O)NC
SOURCE
DSSTOX

Synonyms
"2-(1-Methylethoxy)phenol, methylcarbamate"
"2-Isopropoxyphenyl N-methylcarbamate"
"Arprocarb"
"Bayer 39007"
"Baygon"
"o- Isopropylphenylmethylcarbamate"
"o-Isopropylphenylmethylcarbamate"
"PHC"
"Phenol, 2-(1-methylethoxy)-, methylcarbamate"
"Phenol, 2-(1-methylethoxy)-, methylcarbamate"
"Propoxur"
"Unden 1% Dust"
"Unden"
1,4-dimethyl-5-nitro-1h-imidazole-2-methanol
114-26-1
2-(1-Methylethoxy)phenol methylcarbamate
2-(1-Methylethoxy)phenol methylcarbamate[U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
2-(1-methylethoxy)phenol, methyl carbamate
2-(1-Methylethoxy)phenol, Methylcarbamate
2-ISOPROPOXYPHENYL METHYLCARBAMATE
2-Isopropoxyphenyl N-methylcarbamate
2-Isopropoxyphenyl-N-methylcarbamat
2-Isopropoxyphenyl-N-methylcarbamat [German]
2-[(1-methylethyl)oxy]phenyl methylcarbamate
58 12 315
AI3-25671
Aprocarb
Aprocarb[U.S. Department of Interior
AR-1B7818
ARPROCARB
BAY 39007
Bay 39007[U.S. Department of Interior
BAY 5122
Bay 9010
Bay 9010[U.S. Department of Interior
Bayer 39007
Bayer B 5122
Baygon
BAYGON (PROPOXUR)
Baygon (Propoxur)
Baygon [or Propoxur]
Baygon[U.S. Department of Interior
BIDD:ER0307
Bifex
Bifex[U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Blattanex
Blattanex[U.S. Department of Interior
Blattosep
Bolfo
Bolfo (TN)
Boruho
Boruho 50
BRN 1879891
Brygou
C14334
Captafol
CARBAMIC ACID
Carbamic acid, methyl-, o-isopropoxyphenyl ester
Caswell No. 508
CCRIS 1392
Chemagro 9010
Chemagro 9010[U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
D001074
D08442
Dalf dust
EINECS 204-043-8
ENT 25
ENT 25,671
ENT-25671[U.S. Department of Interior
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 047802
HAP NO 140
HSDB 603
Invisi-Gard
IPMC
Isocarb
Isopropoxyphenyl methylcarbamate
KST-1A9924
METHOPRENE
Mrowkozol
NSC 379584
NSC379584
NULL
O Isopropoxyphenylmethylcarbamate
O-(2-Isopropoxyphenyl) N-methylcarbamate
o-IMPC
o-IMPC[U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
o-Isopropoxyphenyl methylcarbamate
o-Isopropoxyphenyl N-methylcarbamate
O-Isopropoxyphenylmethylcarbamate
OMS 33
OMS-33
PC Code 047802
Pesticide Code 047802[U.S. Environmental Protection Agency/Office of Pesticide Program's Chemical Ingredients Database on Propoxur (114-26-1). Available from
PHC
PHC (carbamate)
PHC 7
PHENOL
Phenol, 2-(1-methylethoxy)-, methylcarbamate
Phenol, o-isopropoxy-, methylcarbamate
Phenol,_2-(1-methylethoxy)-,_methylcarbamate
Propogon[Hayes
Propoksuru
Propoksuru (Polish)
Propoksuru [Polish]
Propotox
PROPOXUR
Propoxur [Baygon]
Propoxur (BAN)
Propoxur (baygon)
Propoxur (Baygon): bedbugs
propoxur (ISO), , 2-isopropyloxyphenyl N-methylcarbamate, , 2-isopropoxyphenyl methylcarbamate
propoxur (ISO); 2-isopropyloxyphenyl N-methylcarbamate; 2-isopropoxyphenyl methylcarbamate
Propoxur [Baygon]
Propoxur [Phenol, 2-(1-methylethoxy)-, methylcarbamate]
Propoxur [Phenol, 2-(1-methylethoxy)-,methylcarbamate]
propoxurc
Propoxure
Propoxure[U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Propoxylor
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
Propyon
Propyon[U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Rhoden
Rhoden[Hartley
S Code 162
Sendran
Sendran[U.S. Department of Interior
Sendra[Hayes
Suncide
Suncide[U.S. Department of Interior
Tendex
Tugon fliegenkugel
Tugon Fliegenkugel[U.S. Department of Interior
Unden
Unden (pesticide)
Unden 50PM
Undene[Hayes
UNII-BFH029TL73
WHO Pesticide ID 2757

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Study Type:DEV
Species:rabbit
Year:1989
MRID:41061102
Study Deficiences:
Citation:Becker, H.; Mladenovic P.; Terrier, C. (1989) Embrotoxicity Study (Including Teratogenecity) With Boq 5812315 (C. N. Propoxur) In The Rabbit: Report No. 98567. Unpublished Study Prepared By Rcc. 269 P.
Data Quality:Acceptable Guideline (pre-1998)
Guideline No:870.3700
Guideline Name:Prenatal developmental toxicity study
Strain:Chinchilla
Admin Method:Gavage/Intubation
Admin Route:Oral
Start:6
Start Unit:GD
End:18
End Unit:GD
Lot/Batch No:233896114 = -234801556
Purity:99.4
Duration Comments:cesarean performed on GD 28
Animal/Dosing Comments:Rabbits: Chinchilla (Kfm: CHIN, Hybrids, SPF)
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Study Type:DEV
Species:rat
Year:1989
MRID:41061101
Study Deficiences:
Citation:Becker, H.; Mladenovic, P.; Terrier, C. (1989) Embriotoxicity Stu- Dy (Including Teratogenicity) With Boq 5812315 (C. N. Propoxur) In The Rat: Report No. 98566. Unpublished Study Prepared By Rcc. 337 P.
Data Quality:Acceptable Guideline (pre-1998)
Guideline No:870.3700
Guideline Name:Prenatal developmental toxicity study
Strain:Wistar
Admin Method:Gavage/Intubation
Admin Route:Oral
Start:6
Start Unit:GD
End:15
End Unit:GD
Lot/Batch No:233896114 = -234801556
Purity:99.4
Duration Comments:cesarean performed on GD 21
Animal/Dosing Comments:Rats: Wistar/HAN (Kfm: WIST, Outbred, SPF)
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Study Type:CHR
Species:mouse
Year:1992
MRID:42597701
Study Deficiences:
Citation:Bomhard, E. (1992) Boq 5812315: Study For Carcinogenicity In B6C3F1 Mice: 24-Month Feeding Study: Lab Project Number: T 2030315. Unpublished Study Prepared By Bayer Ag. 1556 P.
Data Quality:Acceptable Guideline (pre-1998)
Guideline No:870.4200
Guideline Name:Carcinogenicity
Strain:B6C3F1
Admin Method:Feed
Admin Route:Oral
Start:0
Start Unit:day
End:24
End Unit:month
Lot/Batch No:Batch no. -233896114= -233896114
Purity:99.6
Duration Comments:
Animal/Dosing Comments:Species: mouse; SPF-bred B6C3F1 (SPF-Han); Doses of 500, 200, 8000 ppm were equated to 114.3, 472.4, 2080.6 and 150.4, 591.4, 2761.1 in M and F
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Study Type:CHR
Species:rat
Year:1984
MRID:92151015
Study Deficiences:Minimum for oncogenicity Supplemental for chronic feeding study
Citation:Christenson, W. (1990) Mobay Corporation Phase 3 Summary Of Mrid 00142725. Boq5812315 (Propoxur), Chronic Toxicological Study With Rats (Feeding Study Over 106 Weeks): Project T4002110; Mobay Report 88501. Prepared By Farbenworke Bayer Ag Inst. Of Tox. 27
Data Quality:Acceptable Guideline (pre-1998)
Guideline No:870.4300
Guideline Name:Combined chronic toxicity/carcinogenicity
Strain:[Other]
Admin Method:Feed
Admin Route:Oral
Start:0
Start Unit:week
End:106
End Unit:week
Lot/Batch No:BOQ 5812315
Purity:99.4
Duration Comments:
Animal/Dosing Comments:Strain; BOR:WISW (SPF Cpb) Doses: 200, 1000, 5000ppm were converted to mg/kg/day using conversion factor 1ppm : .05mg/kg/day
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Delaware Uniform Risk-Based Remediation Standards (URS) for the protection of human health
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Delaware Requirements for Reporting of a Discharge of a Pollutant or Air Contaminant
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DSSTox IRIS Study Summaries
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ECHA Pre-Registered Substances
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Canada Domestic Substance List (2007)
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EPA HAP Acute Dose-Response Values for Screening Risk Assessment
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EPA 2002 NEI (National Emission Inventory)
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EPA Pesticide Reregistration Status
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EPA Registration Review: Schedule for Beginning Reviews - 2011 to 2014 (Conventional Pesticide)
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EPA Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI)
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EPA Title III Consolidated List of Lists - July 2011 Version
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EPA Superfund designation of hazardous substances
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EPA Office of Water Final Contaminant Candidate List Chemicals
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EPA Office of Water table of causes for impairment for use in ADB
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EPA mid-Atlantic Region Human Health Risk-Based Concentrations
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EPA Mid-Atlantic Region Protection of Groundwater (screening levels)
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EPA mid-Atlantic Region Human Health Risk-Based Concentrations for Fish Consumption
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EPA Region 9 Regional Screening Levels (RSL) for Chemical Contaminants at Superfund Sites.
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EPA Southwest region Region Human Health Risk-Based Concentrations
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EPA Region 9 Regional Screening Levels (RSL) for Chemical Contaminants at Superfund Sites
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EPA TRI Release levels for year 2010
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EPA TRI on-site Release levels for the year 2001 by media
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EPA TRI Chemical List for 2009
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EPA TRI Chemical List for 2011
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ESIS ESIS URL
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ESIS Classification and Labeling (Annex I)
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ESIS Classification and Labeling (Annex VI to Directive 67/548/EEC)
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ESIS HPV Chemicals List
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Existing Active Substances for use in biocidal products identified Under Regulation (EC) No 1896/2000
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European Union Existing active substances for which a decision of non-inclusion into Annex I or Ia of Directive 98/8/EC has been adopted
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monitoring of residues and contaminants in food of animal origin (European Commission)
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European Union (EU) Pesticides Database
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Title 40 US CFR part 185 citation for FDA pesticides of interest
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Florida Soil Cleanup Target Levels
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Florida Groundwater Cleanup Target Levels
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German Federal Environmental Agency List of Substances which are Hazardous to Water
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Illinois Toxic Air Pollutants
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INCHEM Pesticide Documents
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INCHEM JMPR (Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues) Monographs
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Iowa Statewide Standards for Contaminants in Soil and Groundwater
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Maine Department of Health List of Chemicals of High Concern (CHC)
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MESH Annotations
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Missouri Department of Natural Resources Hazardous Air Pollutants
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NC list of Toxic Air Pollutants (TAPs)
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Nebraska Air Quality Regulations list of hazardous Air Pollutants
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Ohio List of Toxic Air Contaminants (TACs)
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OSHA/EPA Occupational Chemical Database - Full report
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Pennsylvania Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) for Regulated Substances in Groundwater
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Pennsylvania Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) for Regulated Substances in Soil: Direct Contact Values.
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Pennsylvania Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) for Regulated Substances in Soil: Soil-Groundwater
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Pennsylvania DEP Toxicological Properties for Regulated Substances
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Risk Assessment Information System Toxicity Metadata
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SRS -- EPA Substance Regulatory Services List
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NLM TOXNET Toxicology
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Chemicals that are not listed in Annex III of the Rotterdam Convention.
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USDA Pesticide Data Program 2009
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USDA Pesticide Data Program 2007
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Washington State Potential High Priority Chemicals (HPC)
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Wisconsin Air Toxics Rule regulation information
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Wisconsin Combined Chemical Table for Non-Cancer effects
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Wisconsin groundwater monitoring results for 1997
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NLM TOXNET GENETOX URL
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NLM TOXNET GENETOX Data
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ToxCast BioSeek BrEPI_IL_1b_TNF_a_IFN_g_24_HLA_DR_up
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ToxCast BioSeek BrEPI_IL_1b_TNF_a_IFN_g_24_IL_1alpha_up
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ToxCast BioSeek HUVEC_PBMC_LPS_24_PGE2_up
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ToxCast CellzDirect CYP2B6
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ToxCast Novascreen Rat AChE
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NCI Yeast Anticancer Drug Screen. Data for the rad50 strain
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NCI Yeast Anticancer Drug Screen. Data for the sgs1 mgt1 strain
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NCI Yeast Anticancer Drug Screen. Data for the cln2 rad14 strain
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NCI Yeast Anticancer Drug Screen. Data for the bub3 strain
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NCI Yeast Anticancer Drug Screen. Data for the mlh1 rad18 strain
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NCI In Vivo Anticancer Drug Screen. Data for tumor model P388 Leukemia (intraperitoneal) in CD2F1 (CDF1) mice
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ChEMBL activity data
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ABC (American Bird Conservancy) Pesticide Toxicity Data Table
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Australian government APVMA approved active substances
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California Pesticide Use 1991-1998
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California Pesticide Use 1999 to 2007
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California CDPR Review Of The U.S. EPA Aquatic Life Benchmarks, With Monitoring Recommendations
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Cal CDPR Sampling For Pesticide Residues In California Well Water for 2010
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Cal CDPR Sampling Historical Summary of Pesticide Residues In California Well Water
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Chemicals Known to Cause Cancer or Reproductive Toxicity
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DOD Oral acute exposure; noncarcinogenic effects (Gulf War 1990-1991)
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DOD chronic exposure; noncarcinogenic effects (oral) (1990-1991 Gulf War)
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DOD sub-chronic exposure; noncarcinogenic effects (oral) (1990-1991 Gulf War)
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DOD Chronic inhalation exposure; noncarcinogenic effects (1990-1991 Gulf War)
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DOD oral slope factor; carcinogenic effects (1990-1991 Gulf War)
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DOD dermal slope factor; carcinogenic effects (1990-1991 Gulf War)
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DOD Inhalation slope factors; carcinogenic effects (1990-1991 Gulf War)
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DOI (Dept. of the Interior) Physical Properties And Health Effects of Pesticides Used On National Park Service Collections
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EDSPDB Occupational Exposure Data
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EPA Pesticide Mode of Action Database
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EPA Pesticide Reregistration Status
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EPA Registration Review: Schedule for Beginning Reviews - 2011 to 2014 (Conventional Pesticide)
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EPA OPPIN Active Pesticides Information (related to registration)
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Existing Active Substances for use in biocidal products identified Under Regulation (EC) No 1896/2000
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European Union Existing active substances for which a decision of non-inclusion into Annex I or Ia of Directive 98/8/EC has been adopted
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FDA Pestrak Files - CFSAN pesticide data
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Title 40 US CFR part 185 citation for FDA pesticides of interest
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Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) pesticide residue monitoring program for 2007
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INCHEM Pesticide Documents
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INCHEM JMPR (Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues) Monographs
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IRAC Mode of Action Classification v 7.1
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Maine Department of Health List of Chemicals of High Concern (CHC)
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New York State calculation of environmental impact quotient, EIQ, of pesticides
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National Pesticide Information Center Pesticide Properties Database
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Total Use, Substances in Preparations in Nordic Countries
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Detailed Use by Category, Substances in Preparations in Nordic Countries
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UK Pesticide Properties Database
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UK Chemical Type (pesticides)
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Mode of Action Database from University of Maryland
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USDA Pesticide Properties
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USDA: pesticides in drinking water for 2006
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USDA: pesticides in bottles water for 2006
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USDA: pesticides in drinking water for 2007
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USDA: pesticides in ground water for 2007
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USDA: pesticides in ground water for 2008
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USDA Pesticide Residues 2005
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USDA Pesticide Residues 2004
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USDA: pesticides in drinking water for 2004
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USDA Pesticide Residues on Rice 2001
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USDA: pesticides in drinking water for 2001
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Pesticides in agricultural stream water (USGS)
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