parathion

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parathion:

see insecticideinsecticides,
chemical, biological, or other agents used to destroy insect pests; the term commonly refers to chemical agents only. Chemical Insecticides

The modern history of chemical insecticides in the United States dates from 1867, when Paris green proved
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The linearity of newly fabricated sensor is better than earlier reported methods using variety of other nanomaterials for pesticide detection carbon paste electrode (4.6 to 46 [micro]M, methyl parathion and paraoxon) [34], silver nanocubes synthesis for determining paraoxon [35], pore glass beads (up to 140 [micro]M for methyl parathion and up to 120 [micro]M for paraoxon) [36], and gold electrode (1-10 [micro]M for methyl parathion and paraoxon) [37].
To verify its effectiveness for OP compound detection, methyl parathion (one type of OP compound) is used as origins under detection.
The enzyme chlorpyrifos hydrolase shown to be active against malathion, profenofos and ethyl parathion but it has no activity against the methyl parathion. The assay was conducted against each substrate for about two hours until complete degradation of a substrate shown in Figure 2.
Most of the isolates (67%) expressed luminescence when exposed to atrazine and methyl parathion in concentrations between 150 and 200mg/L.
Association between indoor residential contamination with methyl parathion and urinary para-nitrophenol.
The experiment comprises administering to the chicks, and all the 02 days at the same hour, methyl parathion (MPT) diluted in olive oil.
2004); no significant or suggestive correlations with use were observed for demeton-S, fonofos, diazinon, disulfoton, methyl parathion, fenitrothion, or malathion.
Diazinon (98.7%), ethion (99%), fenitrothion (98%, internal standard--I.S.), malathion (99%), methyl parathion (99%) and methyl pirimiphos (99.5%) were obtained from Chem Service (West Chester, USA).
[24] reported the increases in frequency of SCE in Chinese hamster V79 cell line treated with methyl parathion. They treated the cells with 10, 20, and 40 [micro]g/mL concentrations of methyl parathion at the time intervals of 28, 34, and 72 hours.
Ecotoxicological effects of Methyl parathion on living things and environment.
"There are more than 300 replies dating back to a 2002 comment on methyl parathion and going up to a May 29, 2013, comment on fenbutatin oxide." (See them under "Info Request Replies" at wripmc.org.) David Epstein, an entomologist at the U.S.