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Synonyms for toxicity

the degree to which something is poisonous

grave harmfulness or deadliness

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Acute toxicity of the glyphosate and of the surfactant Aterbane[R] BR and their mixtures to guaru.
OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) (1984) 'Earthworm, acute toxicity tests.
Data on acute toxicity of mesotrione, diflubenzurin and strobilurin plus triazol for fish are scarce.
To alert pesticide users to the acute toxicity of a pesticide, a signal word must appear on the label on the pesticide container.
Yet fewer than half of the thousands of chemicals currently used in commerce have been tested for acute toxicity, and, although new chemicals undergo more thorough testing, access to the data may be restricted because companies fear exposing proprietary information.
This is clearly the case for acute toxicity, but the issue becomes murky when we deal with chronic toxicity, which may manifest itself in subtle effects.
Acute toxicity of four agricultural pesticides widely used on the SHP (Methyl Parathion 4E, Tempo[R] SC Ultra [active ingredient cyfluthrin], Roundup[R] [glyphosate], and Karmex[R] DF [diuron]) was determined using laboratory-derived T.
Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, explained that the increases in marijuana potency were of concern because they raise the likelihood of acute toxicity.
Impact of radiation therapy on acute toxicity in breast conservation therapy for early breast cancer.
Hartz UltraGuardplus Drops for Cats is highly effective and has been determined to be in the lowest Environmental Protection Agency acute toxicity category 2 for topical products.
KENIFINE has also passed various safety tests, including acute toxicity tests, set by the Society of Industrial-Technology for Antimicrobial Articles (SIAA).
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