methidathion


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methidathion

[mə‚thid·ə′thī‚än]
(organic chemistry)
C4H11O4N2PS3 A colorless, crystalline compound with a melting point of 39-40°C; used as an insecticide and miticide for pests on alfalfa, citrus, and cotton.
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This resulted in inclusion of the following 14 OPs: azinphosmethyl, chlorpyrifos, diazinon, dichlorovos, dimethoate, malathion, methidathion, omethoate, oxydemeton methyl, phosmet, acephate, bensulide, ethoprop, and methamidophos.
60 Global Methidathion Market, by Geography 2008 - 2015 ($Million)
Conjugations of the herbicides atrazine, fluorodifen, pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB), propachlor, chlorimuron ethyl or insecticide, methidathion are examples for this type of reaction.
1] Etofenprox 0,3 [+ o -] 0,09 Ba 0,1 [+ o -] 0,06 Bb Fenitrothion 0,0 [+ o -] 0,00 Ba 0,0 [+ o -] 0,00 Ba Methidathion 0,0 [+ o -] 0,0 Ba 0,0 [+ o -] 0,00 Ba Trichlorfon 0,4 [+ o -] 0,09 Ab 0,7 [+ o -] 0,05 Aa Testemunha 0,4 [+ o -] 0,07 Ab 0,5 [+ o -] 0,06 Aa Cy (%) 8,11 Geracao [F.
No information is available on their relative toxicity to earthworms but methidathion is known to be more toxic to fish (Hertel and Woodlands 1998; PAN Pesticide Database 2004).
com/research/c57e7e/production_and_mar) has announced the addition of the "Production and Market of Methidathion in China" report to their offering.
Nearly 100% mortality in both beetle species occurred at all concentrations when treated with methidathion, dimethoate, and malathion.
The dimethyl metabolites could reflect exposure to malathion, oxydemetonmethyl, dimethoate, naled, and methidathion, and the diethyl metabolites could reflect exposure to diazinon, CPF, and disulfoton used in the Salinas Valley.
TABLE 67 GLOBAL METHIDATHION PESTICIDE MARKET BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 83
Yoshihide Hagiwara and colleagues, a new study just published in The Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture(1) shows that young barley grass juice effectively degrades a variety of organophosphorus pesticides including malathion, diazinon, parathion, chlorpyrifos, guthion and methidathion.
Dialkyl phosphate metabolites (nmol/L) Dimethyl phosphates Malathion, oxydemeton- 486 methyl, dimethoate, naled, methidathion (c) Diethyl phosphates Diazinon, chlorpyrifos, 485 disulfoton Total dialkyl phosphates All of above 485 Pesticide-specific metabolites ([micro]g/L) MDA Malathion 382 TCPy Chlorpyrifos, chlorpyrifos 482 methyl PNP Methyl parathion, 482 parathion, EPN (d) DEAMPY Pirimiphos methyl 482 IMPY Diazinon 482 CMHC Coumaphos, coumaphos methyl 482 CIT Isazophos, isazophos methyl 482 Cholinesterase ([micro]mol/min/mL) ChF Organophosphates and 340 n-methyl carbamates 357 292 BChE Organophosphates and 340 n-methyl carbamates 357 292 Percent > Marker of exposure LOD LOD (a) Dialkyl phosphate metabolites (nmol/L) Dimethyl phosphates 0.
Organophosphorus pesticides (n = 56) Acephate Anilofos Bromophos-ethyl Bromophos-methyl Butamifos Chlorpyrifos Chlorpyrifos-methyl Cyanofenphos Cyanophos Diazinon Dichlofenthion Dichlorvos Dimethoate Dioxabenzofos Disulfoton EPN Edifenphos Ethion Ethoprophos Fenamiphos Fenchlorphos Fenitrothion Fenitrothion oxon Fensulfothion Fenthion Glyphosate Iprobenfos Isofenphos Isoxathion Leptophos Malathion Mecarbam Methamidophos Methidathion Methyl-parathion Monocrotophos Parathion Phenthoate Phorate Phosalone Phosmet Piperophos Pirimiphos-methyl Profenofos Propaphos Prothiofos Prothiofos oxon Pyridaphenthion Quinalphos Terbufos Tetrachlorvinphos Thiometon Tolclofos-methyl Tolclofos-methyl oxon Trichlorfon Vamidothion 4.