coumatetralyl


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coumatetralyl

[¦kü·mə¦te·trə‚lil]
(organic chemistry)
C19H16O3 A yellow-white, crystalline compound with a melting point of 172-176°C; slightly soluble in water; used as a rodenticide.
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We evaluated the field efficacy of coumatetralyl maize grain bait (0.
1989) Therefore, this study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of an anticoagulant coumatetralyl (manufactured by Bayer, Germany) against wild boar which could supplement or replace the use of 1080 for wild boar control in the longer term.
Also the development of a strong physiological resistance to coumatetralyl under antagonistic K vitamin exposure in rodents which may be related to metabolic enzymes [30].
In 2010, rodenticidal effect of Coumavec[R] (a mixture of Coumatetralyl 0.
Along this survey, in another area Coumavec[R] (a mixture of Coumatetralyl 0.
Another method would use anticoagulants such as Warfarin, coumatetralyl and chlorophacinone, all of them producing a reaction in the rodents' blood system by clotting the blood when vessels were broken; thus, the rats would die of haemorrhages at the slighest scratches.
78; P = 47) and coumatetralyl grain (Student's `t' value = 0.
It increased to 689, 595, 803 and 689 for brodifacoum, coumatetralyl, zinc phosphide wax cake and zinc phosphide grain, respectively.
Groundnut-maize grain bait was tested for its effectiveness in delivering the lethal quantities of coumatetralyl for controlling Indian crested porcupine.
Key words: Indian crested porcupine, Hystrix indica, coumatetralyl, grain baits, groundnut, maize; saccharin.