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cyanamide

[sī′an·ə‚mid]
(inorganic chemistry)
NHCNH An acidic compound that forms colorless needles, melting at 46°C, soluble in water. Also known as urea anhydride.
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17 /PRNewswire/ -- American Cyanamid Company and Michigan State University have signed a global licensing agreement to bring a powerful new technology for weed control to the production of sugar beets.
Picolinafen is new proprietary herbicide chemistry developed by Cyanamid and has been submitted for regulatory approval in the European Union and Australia.
Los joined the Agricultural Research Division of American Cyanamid Company in 1960 as a research chemist.
The acquisition of American Cyanamid was a massive undertaking, and the biggest problems were the amount of work involved and identifying specific tasks to be done, Van Genderen relates.
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT: Cyanamid Crop Protection, Quarry Integrated Communications (Clean Sweep Herbicide)
They were developed by Cyanamid Agricultural Products Research Division, and act on an enzyme which is present in plants but not in animals, birds, fish or insects.
At Cyanamid, he was instrumental in expediting a number of drug approvals through the United States and International regulatory authorities.
From 1994 until that date, he was a vice president of American Home Products Corporation, and previously he was a vice president and a member of the Executive Committee of American Cyanamid Company.
Roasters included (1 to r) Bill Rowland, BASF; Scott Rawlins, Wilbur-Ellis; Thrift; Karen Soule, formerly with American Cyanamid, and Bryan Gentsch, Assn Strategies.
Ledlow, retired president of Cyanamid of Canada (a subsidiary of American Cyanamid now American Home Products), has joined its Board of Directors.
When working in the budgeting department at American Cyanamid (1974-79), her CFO approached her with a big project--converting from FIFO to LIFO.
Cyanamid used the property for agricultural research from the early 1960's.