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carbaryl

(kär`bärəl): see insecticidesinsecticides,
chemical, biological, or other agents used to destroy insect pests; the term commonly refers to chemical agents only. Chemical Insecticides

The modern history of chemical insecticides in the United States dates from 1867, when Paris green proved
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carbaryl

[′kär·bə‚ril]
(organic chemistry)
C12H11NO2 A colorless, crystalline compound with a melting point of 142°C; used as an insecticide for crops, forests, lawns, poultry, and pets.
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The data that did not fit the probit model include the 2013 data for carbaryl at Winter Garden, the 2013 data for flupyradifurone at LaBelle, and the 2013 and 2014 data for carbaryl at LaBelle.
micropeltes was more sensitive to the carbamates carbaryl, methomyl and bendiocarb than that from E.
The cost for one treatment of bifenthrin or liquid carbaryl plus oil is $93 per acre (table 1).
Morphological responses of four species of cyclomorphic Daphnia to a short-term exposure to the insecticide carbaryl.
What distinguishes carbaryl is its nontraditional structure, explains Michael S.
TABLE I Examples of Known and Potential Endocrine Disrupters Substance Reference Diethylstilbestrol 5 DDT 20 PCBs 21 Estradiol-17b 22 Coumestrol 22 Equol 22 Zearalenone 22 3,9-Dihydroxybenz[a]anthracene 22 Kepone 22 DDE 23 Methoxychlor 20 Mirex 20 TCDD 24 Tributyltin 25, 26 Tamoxifen 27 Cadmium 28 Zearealonone 29 Benzo[a]pyrene 30 Lead 30 Arochlor 1254 30 Methyl mercury 31 PAHs 32 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins 33 Polychlorinated dibenzofurans 33 Cyproterone acetate 29 Dibromochloropropane 29 Fenarimol 29 Nitrofen 29 Hexachlorophene 29 PBBs 29 Carbaryl 34 Aldrin 34 Chlordane 34 2,4-D 34 2,4,5-T 34 Zineb 34 Maneb 34
Currently, chemical insecticides used against the grape berry moth include carbaryl and the more toxic parathion.
Sprays usually aren't necessary; however, if damage is severe, control with pyrethrum, rotenone, or carbaryl.
Today's most common head lice treatments--in the geographic areas our experts focus on-- range from a variety of over-the-counter synergized pyrethrins and pyrethroids (in shampoo or lotion forms) to malathion (a pesticide) lotions and carbaryl shampoo (mostly in the UK and Israel).
Biologic mechanisms have been evaluated in animal studies for specific chemicals, including paraquat, carbaryl, and some organophosphate insecticides (Cho et al.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the acute effects of commercial formulation of traiazophos, profenofos, carbofuran and carbaryl in Cirrhinus mrigala fingerlings.
It has been showed that the carbamate insecticide carbaryl has affected spermatogenic cells and caused leydig cells degeneration and altered serum testosterone and gonadotrophin levels [43].