- Sirmate is a carbamate
organic herbicide; has low toxicity but in very large doses causes
diarrhea, abdominal pain and bloat in cattle.
- Sirmate is otherwise known
- Oxidation of aliphatic
groups takes place in carbamate herbicides demonstrated that N
-methyl hydroxylation for dichlormate, a metabolite that is either
conjugated or loses the hydroxymethyl moiety to produce N -demethylated
(3-amino-s-triazole), dichlormate (3,4-dichlorobenzyl
methylcarbamate), and pyriclor (2,3,5-trichloro-4.pyridinol)
inhibited normal carotenogenesis in etiolated wheat (Triticum
aestivum L. var. Coker 65-20) seedlings.
- Dichlormate-treated plants
accumulated more chlorophyll, xanthophylls, and ,B-carotene than
plants treated with the other herbicides.
- Postemergent application of
Sirmate directly on plants caused contact injury or necrosis but did
not induce chlorosis of mature green leaves. The mechanism of
Sirmate's herbicidal action is still unknown
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