Necrosis of tubular and surrounding haematopoietic cells, pycknosis and karyorrhexis of kidney tissue were observed when coho salmon was exposed to Amitrole
for 144 h (Rand and Petrocelli, 1985).
Dionysiou, "NF-Ti[O.sub.2] photocatalysis of amitrole
and atrazine with addition of oxidants under simulated solar light: emerging synergies, degradation intermediates, and reusable attributes," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
Martin  studied the toxic effect of certain herbicides (amitrole
plus ammonium, 2,2-DPA, trifluralin, glyphosate, propazine, and simazine) at 1,10, and 100 mg/kg artificial soil against earthworms, whereas mortality was observed only at 100 mg/kg soil of trifluralin.
Cytogenetic effects of 2,4-D and amitrole
in relation to nuclear volume and DNA content in some higher plants, Can.
This concerns eight herbicides (Amitrole
, Ioxynil, Glufosinate, Linuron, Molinate, Pendimethalin, Tepraloxydim and Tralkoxydim), eleven fungicides (Carbendazim, Dinocap, Epoxiconazole, Flumioxazin, Flusilazole, Iprodion, Mancozeb, Maneb, Metconazole, Quinoxyfen and Tebuconazole), three insecticides (Bifenthrin, Lufenuron and Thiacloprid) and one other substance, Flurprimidol.
En relacion con otros efectos endocrinos, solo la inhibicion tiroidea por el Amitrole
y el Mancozeb han sido observados tanto en animales como en humanos (20).
It was more than a decade before Freeman (1988) reported detectable levels of simazine and amitrole
in the drainage waters of Styx River from an orchard near Christchurch.
, silvex, ammonium sulfamate, or 2,4-D acetic acid) can be used for control of large areas of poison ivy, oak, or sumac but are not species-specific and have the potential of killing surrounding plants or coming in contact with children or pets (Rietschel & Fowler, 2001a).
Rats and mice that were exposed to amitrole
developed thyroid and liver tumors (Council on Scientific Affairs, 1988).
Moreno-Castillab, "Heterogeneous and homogeneous Fenton processes using activated carbon for the removal of the herbicide amitrole
from water," Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol.
Other chemicals (e.g., thionamides, amitrole
, and ethylenethiourea) decrease TH synthesis by inhibition of thyroid peroxidase (Capen 1997, 1998; Hill et al.
Sarakha, "Degradation of amitrole
by excitation of iron(III) aquacomplexes in aqueous solutions," Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A, vol.