Bibliography Tag: lowdown part2

EPA, 1989

Environmental Protection Agency, January 30, 1989, Memo on  petition to increase glyphosate tolerances on  soybeans, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, Dietary Exposure Branch.

SUMMARY:

In this memo, the Dietary Exposure Branch recommends approving Monsanto’s petition to raise tolerances for soybeans to 20 ppm from 6 ppm, soybean straw from 15 to 200 ppm, and soybean hulls from 20 to 100 ppm.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1982a

Environmental Protection Agency, February 9, 1982, Memo on Lifetime Feeding Study in Rats with Glyphosate, Office of Pesticide and Toxic Substances.

ABSTRACT:

Not Available

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EPA, 1986a

Environmental Protection Agency, March 11, 1986, Memo on Additional Histopathological Evaluations of Chronic Feeding Study of Glyphosate in Mice, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances.

SUMMARY:

Report of review of additional pathological and statistical information on mice kidney tumors.

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EPA, 1985b

Environmental Protection Agency, Memo on glyphosate mouse oncogenicity study, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, April 3, 1985.

SUMMARY:

This memo describes conclusions that glyphosate was found to be cancer- causing in male mice, causing kidney tumors in a dose-related manor and includes the consensus report by the committee.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1985a

Environmental Protection Agency, Memo on the Consensus Review of Glyphosate, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, March 4, 1985.

SUMMARY:

This memo reports on a meeting of the Toxicolgy Branch in February 1985 to discuss the potential oncogenic response of glyphosate where the group classified glyphosate as a Category C oncogen, meaning it may cause cancer in humans. FULL TEXT


EPA, 1982b

Environmental Protection Agency, Memo on increase of temporary tolerances for glyphosate on soybeans, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, September 3, 1982.

SUMMARY:

This memo discusses a request to increase the tolerance for glyphosate on soybean grain and hulls and describes an ADI of 0.1 mg/kg/day.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1979

Environmental Protection Agency, Petition proposing the establishment of tolerance for residues of glyphosate, November 13, 1979.

SUMMARY:

Petition by Monsanto Agricultural Products, Inc. requests the establishment of a tolerance for residues of glyphosate and its metabolite in stone fruit at 0.2 ppm and refers to an ADI of 0.05 mg/kg/day.  FULL TEXT


EPA, 1975

Environmental Protection Agency, “Request for the establishment of final tolerances,” for Pesticide Petition # 5F1536, 1975.

SUMMARY:

Request for the establishment of final tolerances for combined negligible residues of the herbicide N-phosphonomethyl glycine (glyphosate) and its metabolite aminomethyl phosphonic acid in or on forage grasses (crop group) and soybean forage and hay at 0.2 ppm; and various crops grains and soybeans at 0.1 ppm.  FULL TEXT


Franz, 1974

Franz, John E., “N. Phosphonomethyl-glycine Phytotoxicant Compositions,” U.S. Patent 3,799,758, March 26, 1974.

ABSTRACT:

N-phosphonomethylglycine and novel derivatives thereof useful as phytotoxicants or herbicides.

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