MKALOUS at pnfi.forestry.ca
Thu Dec 16 10:22:29 EST 1993
In article <19931203085645.bloksber at thomashaw-at.css.msu.edu> bloksber at pilot.msu.edu (Leonard N. Bloksberg) writes:
>From: bloksber at pilot.msu.edu (Leonard N. Bloksberg)
>Date: Fri, 03 Dec 1993 08:56 EDT
>Quick Lazy mans question...
>. Are plant auxins (IAA, NAA, 24D) carcinogenic?
You can find a quick answer in the Merck Index. They usual
give toxicity levels and effects with references at the end of the chemical
mkalous at pnfi.forestry.ca
>When I was an undergrad, we were taught that in the concentrations and
>purity that we use in the lab, they are. Recently a post doc in our lab
>told our technician not to worry, they have no toxic or carcinogenic
>properties. I am afraid that he may be leaving himself and the lab open
>to criminal charges under the current employee right to know laws with his
>polyanna attitude, but I can't find my old reference for this little
>trivia factoid. Can someone point me to a med reference, or some such that
>might help? Thanks.
>. Leonard N. Bloksberg
>. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science
>. Michigan State University
>. Bloksber at pilot.msu.edu
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