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Identification of a reduced form metabolite of flumiclorac pentyl (S-23031) in rats


, : Identification of a reduced form metabolite of flumiclorac pentyl (S-23031) in rats. Journal of Pesticide Science 22(2): 133-135

The identification of a new metabolite of the herbicide flumiclorac-pentyl in the urine of treated rats is described.

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