Bibliography Tag: lowdown part2

Nelsen, 2017

Arthur Nelsen, “Monsanto banned from European parliament,” The Guardian, September 28, 2017.

SUMMARY:

Lobbyists affiliated with the company were banned in September 2017 after Monsanto failed to attend a hearing about alleged regulatory interference. The company is under investigation for influencing regulatory studies conducted for glyphosate relicensing.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 2009

Environmental Protection Agency, December 2009, “Glyphosate Final Work Plan: Registration Review Case No. 0178”

SUMMARY:

This document lays out the work plan for the latest 15-year glyphosate Registration Review.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1977

Environmental Protection Agency, July 1, 1977, Memo on glyphosate toxicology studies.

SUMMARY:

This memo briefly describes 8 glyphosate toxicology studies by the laboratory IBT. FULL TEXT


EPA, 1998

Environmental Protection Agency, April 20, 1998, Glyphosate- Report of the Hazard Identification Assessment Committee, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances.

SUMMARY:

This memo describes the official confirmation of the change in the glyphosate cRfD from 0.1 to 2.0 mg/kg/day.  FULL TEXT

 


EPA, 1973

Environmental Protection Agency, May 24, 1973, Memo on Toxicology of Glyphosate.

SUMMARY:

This memo reports on the results of several toxicology studies on glyphosate for humans and animals and is one of the earliest available regulatory documents for this herbicide.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1996

Environmental Protection Agency, April 10, 1996, 40 CFR Parts 180, 186: Pesticide Tolerances, Federal Register, 61:70.

SUMMARY:

This document establishes tolerances and feed additive regulations for residues of the herbicide glyphosate [(N-phosphonometyhyl) glycine] for alfalfa hay, alfalfa forage, and other commodities.   FULL TEXT


EPA, 1997

Environmental Protection Agency, April 11, 1997, 40 CFR Parts 180, 185, and 186: Pesticide Tolerances, Federal Register, 62:70.

SUMMARY:

This rule establishes permanent tolerances for residues of the herbicide glyphosate [N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine] in or on the raw agricultural commodities (RACs) corn, field, grain; corn, field, stover; corn, field, forage; aspirated grain fractions; sorghum, grain; sorghum, grain, stover; and oats.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1994b

Environmental Protection Agency, March 17, 1994, Memo on Metabolism Committee Meetings on March 17, 1994 on Glyphosate and AMPA, Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances.

SUMMARY:

Reports on the Health Effects Decision to not include AMPA in glyphosate tolerance calculations.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1994a

Environmental Protection Agency, March 2, 1994, Scientific Data Review on Glyphosate and AMPA residues, Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances.

SUMMARY:

This document contains information to be presented to the Health Effects Division Metabolism Committee at a meeting on March 9, 1994 about Glyphosate and AMPA regulation.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1991

Environmental Protection Agency, October 30, 1991, Memo on the second peer review of glyphosate oncogenicity, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances.

SUMMARY:

This memo reports on the conclusions of the Health Effects Division Carcinogenicity Peer Review Committee meeting of June 26, 1991 where the committee concluded that glyphosate should be classified as Group E- evidence of non-carcinogenicity.  Note that three of the committee members did not concur with the decision.  FULL TEXT