Agricultural chemicals

Agricultural chemicals

Agricultural chemicals
chemicals toxicity, symptoms, and signs
organophosphates (e.g., malathion, parathion) parasympathetic excess
carbamates (e.g., carbaryl, carbofuran) parasympathetic excess
chlorinated hydrocarbons
DDT, methoxychlor CNS stimulation, convulsions, nausea, vomiting
chlordecone (Kepone) nausea, vomiting
insecticides from plants
pyrethrins allergic contact dermatitis, asthma, CNS stimulation
rotenone irritation of skin, eyes, and lung; mild CNS stimulation; breast tumours in rats
chlorophenoxyacetic acids
2,4-dichlorophenoxy-acetic acid (2,4-D) nausea, vomiting, fatigue, diarrhea, muscle ache and twitches, peripheral nerve damage, convulsion, memory loss, colour visual disorder
2,4,5-trichlorophenoxy-acetic acid (2,4,5-T) irritation to skin, eyes, and nose; teratogenic in animals
bipyridinium compounds
paraquat lung fibrosis; kidney and liver damage
diquat nosebleed, cough, fever, jaundice
others (e.g., diuron, monuron, atrazine, simazine, chlorpropham, alachlor) irritation to the skin, nose, and throat
pentachlorophenol irritating to eyes, nose, and throat; anorexia; weakness; shortness of breath; chest pain; carcinogenic in animals
creosote extremely irritating to skin, eyes, nose, and throat
ferbam, thiram moderate irritation to eyes, nose, and throat; mild skin irritation; allergic contact dermatitis
Fumigant nematocides
1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP) mildly irritating to skin, eyes, and nose; testicular damage; carcinogenic in animals
ethylene dibromide severe irritation to skin, eyes, and throat; headache; anorexia; CNS depression; carcinogenic in animals
methyl bromide headache, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, emotional disturbances, tremors, convulsion, coma, lung irritation, bronchial inflammation
warfarin internal bleeding
strychnine restlessness, increased audio and visual sensitivities, muscular stiffness in face and legs followed by convulsion
thallium hair loss; skin eruptions; intestinal bleeding; anorexia; nausea; vomiting; injuries of peripheral nerves, liver, and kidney
Plant growth regulators
daminozide (Alar) carcinogenic in animals
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