bromadiolone


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bromadiolone

[‚brō·mə′dī·ə‚lōn]
(organic chemistry)
C30H23BrO4 A rodenticide.
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Though the federal Environmental Protection Agency is working to limit the sale of second- generation products to consumers, they are still the active ingredient in some major brands, such as D-Con - which contains brodifacoum - and Farnam Just One Bite II - which contains bromadiolone - that are commonly found on store shelves.
The most common poisonous ingredients are brodifcoum, diphacinone, warfarin, and bromadiolone.
The chemicals of concern - brodifacoum, bromadiolone, diphacinone and difethialone - have been in use for more than two decades.
Bromadiolone and sodium diphacinone are the most popularly used two rodenticides in China, accounting for about 43% and 25% share in the rodenticide market respectively.
The goal is to find which parts of the country have the largest populations of rats with a genetic resistance to the most commonly used rodenticides - Warfarin, bromadiolone and difenacoum.