bromadiolone


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bromadiolone

[‚brō·mə′dī·ə‚lōn]
(organic chemistry)
C30H23BrO4 A rodenticide.
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66%) cases was due to aspergillosis, bromadiolone (rodenticide) poisoning , trauma and ehrlichiosis respectively.
Now rat-catchers use a rodent killer made from bromadiolone but Sean says neither of these are working on some rats.
Second-generation products such as brodifacoum, difethialone and bromadiolone are more toxic than first-generation products such as warfarin, diphacinone and chlorophacinone, and can kill a rodent after just one dose, and within 48 hours.
Rats are Killed typically by using rodenticides such as Warfarin, bromadiolone and difenacoum.
Examples include imidacloprid, a gel bait for cockroaches; bromadiolone, a block bait for rodents; and d-Phenothrin, a micro-emulsion concentrate for flies and mosquitoes.
4% reduction in rodents with brodifacoum and bromadiolone wax blocks and by 58% with single treatment of zinc phosphide in both irrigated and non-irrigated groundnut crop.
The 23 other restricted- use pesticide compounds reported in the local Arabic press are: bromadiolone, carbofuran (in liquid form), chlorpyrifos, ethoprophos, carbaryl, chlorothalonil, demeton-s-methyl, diclofop- methyl, dicofol, dimethoate, benomyl, mancozeb, endosulfan, tetradifon, zineb, methomyl, propargite, propoxur, quintozene, simazine, methiocarb, methoxychlor and oxydemethel-methyl.