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a salt (or ester) of carbamic acid

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Ureas, carbamates and related compounds are potent inhibitors of soluble epoxide hydrolases.
Preliminary assessments in these areas indicate intensive use of organophosphate and carbamate insecticides, both suspected carcinogens, which target the central nervous system in both insects and humans.
Faced with congressionally mandated deadlines, EPA is hurriedly reviewing organophosphates and carbamates.
According to the AFBF, which sponsored the Texas A&M/Auburn study, organophosphates and carbamates face possible elimination due to the Environmental Protection Agency's flawed implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA).
Such chemicals act via two neurotransmission systems, both of which increase nitric oxide levels, with organic solvents acting through the nitric oxide/peroxynitrite, and NMDA receptors and pesticides including organophosphates and carbamates acting through the muscarinic receptors.
On the basis of type, this market has been segmented into fumigants, carbamates, organophosphates & bio-nematicides, and others.
Of the carbamates, approximately 80% were methomyl or carbaryl, and of the organochlorines, 60% of all applications were dienochlor.
When these genes were transplanted into Drosophila, resistance to pyrethroids and carbamates was generated in otherwise susceptible fly strains.
Butyrylcholinesterase is a glycoprotein enzyme used in the diagnosis of toxicosis by cholinesterase-inhibitor agents like organophosphates and carbamates.
palmi, and chemical groups such as organophosphates and carbamates have only limited effect on this pest (Seal & Baranowski 1992).
If carbamates were present in the test aliquot, incubation at 37[degrees]C should accelerate the diffusion of insecticide molecules to the buffer solution and, therefore, accelerate the rate of spontaneous reactivation of ChE in that aliquot (Hunt & Hooper 1993).
mosquitoes, mutations in the DDT/pyrethroid target site, known as knockdown resistance (kdr) alleles, have been found in conjunction with resistance alleles of the acetylcholinesterase gene (Ace-1R), the target site of organophosphates and carbamates (5).
The best growth prospects will be for products that can replace organophosphates and carbamates.
Volume 2 contains chapters on transition metal-catalyzed desulfitative coupling of thioorganic compounds with boronic acids; catalytic additions of allyllic boronates to carbonyl and imine derivatives; nucleophilic addition reactions to organoboronic acids; asymmetric homologation of boronic esters with lithiated carbamates, epoxides, and azirdines; borate and boronic acid derivatives as catalysts in organic synthesis.