chlorpyrifos


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a common organophosphate insecticide

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The vendor showed a bottle of chlorpyrifos for SR90 that had instructions to mix about a small teacup of the chemical to 145 liters of water.
While sorption and degradation behaviours of chlorpyrifos have been studied extensively in soils (Racke 1993), data available on the environmental fate on metabolites such as TCP are relatively meagre (USEPA 2000).
Last week, the Record told how estate managers at Turnberry and Gleneagles used Lorsban T, which contains Chlorpyrifos.
The sale of products containing chlorpyrifos is to be phased out by December 2001 because of possible neurological effects, especially to children.
The agency has known for years that Dursban's use of chlorpyrifos carries temporary health risks for people, said Virginia Dobozy, an OPP special assistant.
Lier Chemical shuts down chlorpyrifos production lines
1 [micro]M; Sigma), chlorpyrifos (30 [micro]M; Chem Service, West Chester, PA), and nicotine bitartrate (10 [micro]M; Sigma)] were also based on earlier work and were chosen to be just at the threshold for effects on cell number and growth in order to allow the detection of interactions with BaP (Abreu-Villaca et al.
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This study demonstrated that chlorpyrifos was detected in collected samples from Shahr-e-Rey farms at average concentration 3.
Washington, May 1 ( ANI ): A new brain imaging study has revealed that even low to moderate levels of exposure to the insecticide chlorpyrifos during pregnancy may lead to long-term, potentially irreversible changes in the brain structure of the child.
50] values about 100 times that of chlorpyrifos and about 20 times that of methomyl.
SYMTET is the Key Ingredient for Chlorpyrifos ( World's Largest Insecticide)
The insecticides chlorpyrifos, malathion and diazinon - as they have been commonly used - are likely to lead to the extinction of more than two dozen salmon or steelhead runs in California, Oregon and Washington, according to a draft biological opinion by the National Marine Fisheries Service, the federal agency that functions as a watchdog for ocean-going species.
More recently, Scholz' team has shown that low concentrations of the insecticide chlorpyrifos can impair olfaction in coho salmon and that the insecticide esfenvalerate can trigger abnormal neural signals in response to food scents.
Currently Chlorpyrifos is the only insecticide approved for midge control.