Microbial ecology, toxicology and chemical fate of methyl isothiocyanate in riparian soils from the upper Sacramento river.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry / Setac, 15(10), 1694-1701 (1996)
Keiji Nishiwaki et al.
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry, 15(3), 1341-1345 (2006-11-28)
Tetrahydrobenzotriazines, a novel class of heterocyclic compounds, were synthesized. Examination of their biological activities resulted in the discovery that some of them possess potent nematocidal activity.
YongLin Ren et al.
Pest management science, 68(2), 194-201 (2011-07-23)
Methyl bromide is being phased out for use on stored commodities, as it is listed as an ozone-depleting substance, and phosphine is the fumigant widely used on grains. However, phosphine resistance occurs worldwide, and phosphine fumigation requires a long exposure...
William S Cain et al.
Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP, 58(2), 173-180 (2010-07-17)
An unpublished laboratory study by Russell and Rush (1996) showed that human subjects sense the presence of methyl isothiocyanate (MITC) via the eyes at concentrations as low as hundreds of ppb in air, with dependence upon duration of exposure. The...
Katy L Swancutt et al.
Chemosphere, 81(3), 339-344 (2010-08-11)
Methyl isothiocyanate (MITC), a toxic and corrosive skin and respiratory irritant, is a common soil fumigant byproduct which has become an atmospheric, aqueous, and soil contaminant. The work described here examines the degradation and potential removal of MITC from contaminated...