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Researches concerning the carbamates toxicology (Carbendazim 99, Carbendazim 500 SC)



Researches concerning the carbamates toxicology (Carbendazim 99, Carbendazim 500 SC)



Analele Institutului de Cercetare Dezvoltare pentru Protectia Plantelorubl 33: 169-178



The oral acute toxicity (LD50) of carbendazim 99 was more than 10 000 mg a.i./kg bw, while that of carbendazim 500 SC was more than 5000 mg a.i./kg bw in laboratory animals. Both products are skin and eye irritants.

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