diquat


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diquat

[′dī‚kwät]
(organic chemistry)
C12H12N2Br2 A yellow water-soluble solid used as a herbicide.
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Toxicidade aguda e efeitos histopatologicos do herbicida diquat na branquia e no figado da tilapia nilotica (Oreochromis niloticus).
Containing 200 g/l diquat, Mission can be used for weed control.
In August 1998, lucerne (Medicago sativa) was sown on a 200 by 200 m block of cleared land 20 m to the south of the banksia woodland, following application of glyphosate (720 g/ha) on 30 July and a mixture of diquat (150g/ha) and paraquat (250g/ha) on 26 August.
Formulation and packaging of Diquat, Reglone and Reward herbicides to the Bayport, Texas, facility.
The regulation, known as the Phase V Synthetic Organic Chemical and Inorganic Chemical Rule, will establish enforceable standards for 5 inorganic chemicals including nickel and cyanide and 18 synthetic organic chemicals including the pesticides simazine and diquat and chemicals used in manufacturing processes such as trichloroethane and dichloromethane.
2012, herbicide supply appears tense, such as diquat and paraquat, and prices of relevant products keep going up.
Other herbicides include butachlor, dicamba, imazapyr, diquat, and paraquat.
Protective effects of Forsythia suspensa extract against oxidative stress induced by diquat in rats.
Paraquat and Diquat, in particular, are likely to cause death from lung damage, even when ingested in small quantities.