rodenticide

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rodenticide

(rōdĕn`tĭsīd'): see pesticidepesticide,
biological, physical, or chemical agent used to kill plants or animals that are harmful to people; in practice, the term pesticide is often applied only to chemical agents.
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rodenticide

[rō′den·tə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical agent used to kill rodents.
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Then the man who I was walking with investigated what was there to eat and he discovered under a pile of mud and leaves a whole cooked chicken laced with rat poison pellets.
I decided to take rat poison as this seemed to be the only solution.
The woman, Aasia Bibi, 21, and a man identified as her boyfriend were accused of having intentionally put rat poison into milk that was served to family members at a gathering.
Concerned, she took her child to the hospital where she was told it was rat poison.
The vet have rat authorities have and are "The owner thinks its because the dog drank from one of the ponds, the vet said it could have rat poison in it.
Total quantity or scope: Disinfection and dsourisation, rat removal, removal of corpses and removing pigeon droppings in municipal buildings and private homes, and the provision of rat poison for a duration of 4 years .
I know dogs can die from rat poison and I would do anything to keep her healthy.
Her father told her the only solution was to take rat poison.
While he has been behind bars at Rikers, dozens of other inmates have reported traces of rat poison in their food, a claim that was actually recently admitted by prison officials.
While the cause of death has not been determined, Indian health officials said a preliminary finding suggests antibiotics given to the women were contaminated with zinc phosphate, a chemical compound commonly found in rat poison.
Wasilat Tasi'u is on trial for the murder of her 35-year-old husband, Umar Sani, who died after eating food that Tasi'u allegedly laced with rat poison.