dinoseb


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dinoseb

[′dī·nə‚seb]
(organic chemistry)
C10H12O5N2 A reddish-brown liquid with a melting point of 32°C; used as an insecticide and herbicide for numerous crops and in fruit and nut orchards.
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SUBSTANCIA CONVENCAO CLASSIFICACAO QUIMICA Alaclor, Captafol, PIC Organoclorado Clordimeforme, Clorobenzilato, Dicloreto de Etileno, Pentaclorofenol Endosulfan, HCH PIC e POP Lindano, DDT, Heptacloro, Clordano Hexaclorobenzeno, Aldrin Dieldrin Clordecona, POP Pentaclorobenzeno, Endrin, Mirex Fluoracetamida PIC Organofluorado Aldicarb PIC Carbamato Binapacril, Dinitro- PIC Derivado do Fenol orto-cresol (DNOC), Dinoseb 1,2-dibromoetano (EDB) PIC Organobromado Oxido de Etileno PIC Oxido Organico Compostos de mercurio PIC Organomercurico Monocrotofos, Paration PIC Organofosforado Tributil estanho PIC Organoestanico
SLAP member Melanie O'Neill says that in McFarland, California (population 6,000), twelve children in a six-block area contracted cancer, and the pesticide dinoseb has been implicated as a possible agent.
4-D) or 4-chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acid (mcPA) and also phenolic bio-cides like pentachlorophenol (PcP), dinoseb or diaryl-ether pesticides.
Measurement of mutagenic emissions from the incineration of the pesticide dinoseb during application of combustion modifications.
pesticides:2,4,5-T, Aldrin, Captafol, Chlordane, Chlordimeform, Chlorobenzilate, DDT, Dieldrin, Dinoseb, 1,2-Dibromoethane (EDB), Fluoroacetamide, HCH, Heptachlor, Hexachlorobenzene, Lindane, Mercury compounds, certain formulations of Monocroptophos, Methamidophos, Phosphamidon, Parathion-methyl, Parathion.
In 1987 the Drexel Chemical Company and Cedar Chemical paid five farm workers in California to mix and spray the herbicide dinoseb, which has been banned by the E.
Orius Associates - in the persons of Corkins, who also operates a firm called Research for Hire in Tulare County, and Douglas Baugher-set up the human-monitoring study on dinoseb just as it had for Zolone.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where, with Albert Meyerhoff and Victor Sher of the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund respectively, he is opposing the continued use of dinoseb in the Northwest.
In August 1983, Zacarias Ruiz was spraying a weed-and-bug killer called Dinoseb on cotton in Texas.
But the whole tragic affair could have been avoided if the manufacturer, Platte Chemical, had stated clearly on the label that Dinoseb poisonings should not be treated with aspirin, which makes the chemical more potent.