molinate

molinate

[′mäl·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
C9H17NOS A light yellow liquid with limited solubility in water; used as a herbicide to control watergrass in rice.
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Of these, molinate, pirimicarb, parathion-ethyl, ametrim, prometryn and pendimethalin were classified as very high and high risk of exposure.
5 [micro]M, are emamectin benzoate, abamectin, fentin, milbemectin, pyridaben, isazofos, quinoxyfen, tebufenpyrad, chlorpyrifos oxon, fenpyroximate, coumaphos, methylene bis(thiocyanate), molinate, fenamiphos, pyriproxyfen, oxyfluorfen, parathion, methoxychlor, and dicofol.
Toxicity of atrazine and molinate to the cladoceran Daphnia carinata and the effect of river water and bottom sediment on their bioavailability.
Exposure of the cyanobacterium Nostoc muscorum from Portuguese rice fields to Molinate (Ordram(R)): Effects on the antioxidant system and fattyacid profile.
Markedly reduced efficacy (up to 60%) was also noted for two pre-emergent herbicides, thiobencarb (5-4-chlorobenzyl diethyl (thiocarbamate) and molinate (5-ethyl azepane-1-carbothioate), when these herbicides were applied over rice stubble ash (Toth et al.
Although this system favors sedges and other water-tolerant weeds, selective herbicides such as molinate and bensulfuron provided highly effective weed control for several years.
2000) afirmam que as argilas pilarizadas sao potentes adsorventes de herbicidas, ao constatar que elas apresentam alta afinidade por herbicidas dos grupos da triazina, da molinate e da acetanilida.
Sublethal effects of methyl parathion, carbofuran, and molinate on larval striped bass.
They subsequently reported markedly reduced efficacy (by 60%) of 2 pre-emergent herbicides, thiobencarb (S-eithyl hexahydro-1,4-azepine-l-thiolcarbamate) and molinate (S-(4-chlorobenzyl)-N.
Monitoring of the rice pesticides thiobencarb, bensulfuron-methyl, molinate, pyridaphenthion and tebufenozide in an aquatic systeta of Natural Park of Albufera, Valencia, Spain.
This concerns eight herbicides (Amitrole, Ioxynil, Glufosinate, Linuron, Molinate, Pendimethalin, Tepraloxydim and Tralkoxydim), eleven fungicides (Carbendazim, Dinocap, Epoxiconazole, Flumioxazin, Flusilazole, Iprodion, Mancozeb, Maneb, Metconazole, Quinoxyfen and Tebuconazole), three insecticides (Bifenthrin, Lufenuron and Thiacloprid) and one other substance, Flurprimidol.
Some areas explored include biodegradation of bisphenol A in the environment, environmental dissipation of the herbicide molinate, natural attenuation of high concentrations of organic pollutants by biodegradation in soils, and microbial polyaromatic hydrocarbon biodegradation in submerged sediment environments.