diazinon


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diazinon

[dī′a·zə‚nōn]
(organic chemistry)
C12H21N2O3PS A light amber to dark brown liquid with a boiling point of 83-84°C; used as an insecticide for soil and household pests, and as an insecticide and nematicide for fruits and vegetables.
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In analyses examining the relative extent of the women's insecticide use, the risk associated with diazinon appeared to be stronger among women who reported its use at both enrollment and the 5-y follow-up [HR = 1.
of Patients Mortality Monocrotophos 18 22% Chlorpyrifos 6 -- Parathion 5 -- Malathion 4 -- Edifenphos 2 50% Diazinon 1 -- Trichlorovas 1 -- Table 3.
Common name Trade name and % of Formulation Chemical group the active ingredient Fipronil Fipridor 20% SC Phenylpyrazoles Diazinon Diazinon-60% EC Organophosphorous Deltamethrin Deltamac-2.
The results also showed that treatment with diazinon induced significant increases in the activities of ALP, AST, ALT, levels of total, direct and indirect bilirubins, AFP, amylase, urea, uric acid, creatinine, K and Na.
En este caso, llama la atencion que el diazinon no ha sido reportado como un residuo frecuente para el rubro fresa y que en otros paises como Brasil, no esta permitido el uso de este plaguicida en este cultivo (Jardim y Caldas, 2012).
10] Thus, this study was conducted to investigate the effect of vitamin E administration on some biochemical parameters and histology of liver in male Wistar rats exposed to diazinon.
Aydin and Koprucu (2005) estimated the 48 72 and 96 h LC50 values (at 95% confidence interval) of diazinon for Cyprinus carpio larvae as 2.
Therefore, current investigation proposes the development and validation of a simple and economical GC-FPD method for the simultaneous determination of diazinon, ethion, malathion, methyl parathion and methyl pirimiphos (Figure 1) in bean samples from the southern region of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Abstract Diazinon is a widely used organophosphorus pesticide in agriculture and environmental health, hence its adverse effects on non target animals, especially on fish is to be determined.
According to the present report, the use of nanocatalyst increased the efficiency of the removal of diazinon up to 53.
Investigators had found the insecticide Diazinon in the plaintiff's milk.
McKenzie and Clarke (1987) found that wild resistant populations that had been exposed to the organophosphate insecticide diazinon for many generations had no significant difference in FA compared with susceptible populations.