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  • Thiram is a non-systemic dimethyl dithiocarbamate fungicide.
  • Thiram is white or yellow crystalline solid with a characteristic odor at room temperature.
  • Thiram is a peptizing agent in sulfur-modified polychloroprenes.
    Among the most hazardous pesticides, the fungicides thiram, ziram and ferbam are teratogens, neuro, reproductive and thyroid toxins, mutagens, and skin sensitizers.
  • Thiram is available in dust, flowable, wettable powder, water dispersible granules, and water suspension formulations.
  • Thiram is not persistent in soils and also is nearly immobile in clay or highly organic soils.
  • Thiram is very highly toxic to both cold water and warm water fish.
  • The intracellular oxidation of dimethyldithiocarbamate anions to thiram, which in turn oxidizes intracellular glutathione(GSH).
  • The metabolic interconversion of thiram and dimethyldithiocarbamic acid and the biochemical pathway may control the metabolic fate of compounds in S. cerevisiae.
  • Thiram-tetramethylthiuram disulphide – a chelator of heavy metals, inhibited DNA synthesis and induced apoptosis in cultured bovine capillary endothelial cells.
  • The isolation and primary characterization of microbial species obtained from enrichment soil cultures capable of utilizing tetramethylthiuram disulfide(TMTD).
  • The thiram undergoes photocatalytic degradation under visible light when prepared TiO2~PVA polymer composite was used as a photocatalyst.
  • Degradation of thiram is greatly facilitated by potential application, where the major oxidation appears at +0.75 V at glassy carbon electrodes in the aqueous KCl medium.
  • Thiram was one of the first dithiocarbamate fungicides used for the control of plant diseases.
  • Thiram, tetramethyl thiuram disulphide an organic sulphur compound is a fungicide commonly used for treating corn and other grains intended for seed purposes and also for storing food grains.
  • Soil samples treated with thiram, eptam or vernam yielded secondary amines, but no nitrosamines.
  • A fungicide with Tirama agent was applied to the two different economically important culture species of corn  in different concentrations and morphological and physiological effects of this fungicide on seedlings grown from seeds were analyzed.
  • Chronic exposures to several
    dithiocarbamate pesticides such as tetramethyl thiuram disulfide (thiram) or disulfiram have been used to boost the incidence of Tibial dyschondroplasia(TD) in chickens.
General Information
  • Tetramethylthiuram disulfide
  • Thiram - Chemical Profile
  • Pesticide Information Profiles - Thiram
  • Tetramethylthiuram disulfide - Product Information
  • USDA Thiram Usage & Benefits Questionnaire
  • Thiram - Chemical Watch Fact Sheet

Company Profiles & Suppliers

  • Company from China
  • Company from Germany
  • Suppliers of Thiram
  • Selling leads of Thiram
  • Thiram Suppliers
  • Thiram Manufacturer / Suppliers
  • Thiram Exporters


  • Thiram Analysis
  • Thiram inhibits angiogenesis and slows the development of experimental tumours in mice
  • Thiram and Dimethyldithiocarbamic Acid Interconversion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a Possible Metabolic Pathway under the Control of the Glutathione Redox Cycle
  • Interaction of Thiram with Glassy Carbon Electrode Surfaces under Applied Potentials Conditions
  • Isolation, Characterization and Identification of Thiram-degrading Microorganisms from Soil Enrichment Cultures
  • Photocatalytic Degradation of Thiram (Fungicides) under Visible Light Irradiation


  • Thiram: degradation, applications and analytical methods
  • Fourth derivative spectrophotometric determination of Fungicide thiram tetramethyldithiocarbamate in commercial sample and wheat grains using copper sulphate
  • SERS of Dithiocarbamate Pesticides Adsorbed on Silver Surface; Thiram
  • Evaluation of thiram and cinnamamide for protection of maize seeds against multimammate mice, Mastomys natalensis, in Tanzania
  • A Study on Immunopathologic Effect of Thiram Toxicosis in Broiler Chicken

  • Effect of pesticides on Rhizobium
  • Thiram-Induced Changes in the Expression of Genes Relating to Vascularization and Tibial Dyschondroplasia
  • Management of Rhizoctonia hypocotyl rot and clubroot in radishes
  • Mechanism of thiram - induced tibial dyschondroplasia in chikens
  • Efficacy of fungicides for control of fruit grey mold rot


  • Deer Repellent Formulation
  • Disposal of Obsolete treated seed
  • Microbicidal composition
  • Pharmaceutical Compositions comprising Thiram

  • Pathomorphological Changes in Thiram Toxicosis in Broiler Chicken
  • Effect of Carbendazim, Imazetapir and Thiram on Nitrogenase Activity, Number of Microorganisms in Soil and Yield of Hybrid Lucerne (Medicago media)
  • Formation of Carcinogenic Nitrosamines in soil treated with pesticides , and in sewage amended with nitrogen compounds
  • Morphological and physiological effects of a fungicide with a thiram agent on some corn culture forms
  • Thiram-induced tibial dyschondroplasia: a model to study its pathogenesis and prevention
  • Effects of Triadimefon and Triadimenol as Seed Dressings on Incidence of Fusiform Rust on Loblolly Pine Seedlings

Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Dyna-Sheild
  • Thiram Technical
  • Safety data for thiram
  • Thiram 75WP
  • Vitavax® 
  • Yates Seed Coated with Thiram fungicide


  • Thiram 42-S Repellent
  • Thiram 320 Flowable Fungicide
  • Agrichem Flowable Thiram
  • Thiram Granuflo®
  • RAXIL®-Thiram Flowable Fungicide
  • Thiram 75 Wp Wettable Powder Fungicide

Risk & Regulatory Issues

  • ECS Analysis of Potential Environmental, Health and Safety Issues Related to the Use of Pureflow Silver Recovery Cartridges
  • Reregistration Eligibility Decision for Thiram
  • FAO Specification - Thiram
  • Environmental Fate and Ecological Risk Assessment for the Reregistration of thiram
  • Thiram; Availability of Revised Risk Assessments
  • Oregon rules for thiram
  • Health-based Reassessment of Administrative Occupational Exposure Limits


  • The effect of preharvest fungicide application on control of postharvest disease
  • A report on thiram poisoning commercial layers
  • Residues of thiram in pears
  • Resistance of Rhizobium Strains to Phygon, Spergon,and Thiram
  • Seed treatment to control Fusarium Seedling Blight in Winter Wheat


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