fenitrothion


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fenitrothion

[‚fen·ə·trō′thī‚än]
(organic chemistry)
C9H12NO5PS A yellow-brown liquid, insoluble in water; used as a miticide and insecticide for rice, orchards, vegetables, cereals, and cotton, and for fly and mosquito control.
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Toxicity of fenitrothion, an organophosphorus pesticide, against summer population of sunn pest, Eurygaster integriceps Put.
2004); no significant or suggestive correlations with use were observed for demeton-S, fonofos, diazinon, disulfoton, methyl parathion, fenitrothion, or malathion.
1% bendiocarb (carbamate); and 1% fenitrothion (organophosphate) by using WHO susceptibility tests (8).
They were assayed against DDT, deltamethrin, fenitrothion and propoxur using the standard WHO bioassay technique for testing the susceptibility of adult anopheline mosquitoes.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from University of Mohaqqeq Ardebili succeeded in the measurement of fenitrothion in various samples of soil, water, plasma, etc.
Kikuchi and his colleagues treated pots of soil with fenitrothion, a cheap insecticide used worldwide.
56 Global Fenitrothion Market, by Geography 2008 - 2015 ($Million)
Pesticides: Including pyrethroids, linuron, vinclozolin and fenitrothion
Fenitrothion [O,O-dimethyl O-(4-nitro-m-tolyl) phosphorothioate] is one of the organophosphate insecticides that mainly used in agriculture for controlling chewing and sucking insects on rice, cereals, fruits, vegetables, stored grains and cotton.
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.
Em Anguilla anguilla, o fenitrothion causou redução do nível de glicogênio no fígado e no músculo (Aguiar et al.