endosulfan

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endosulfan

[¦en·dō′səl‚fan]
(organic chemistry)
C9H6Cl6O3S A tan solid that melts between -10 and 100°C; used as an insecticide and miticide on vegetable and forage crops, on ornamental flowers, and in controlling termites and tsetse flies.
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They relate the reducing number of the fishes with the use of Thiodan and Paraquat.
Karate 2.5 EC, Thiodan 35 EC, Boxer 2.5 EC, Curator 2.5 EC and Roger 2.5 EC were tested against rice stem borer under field condition to determine the comparative efficacy of different EC insecticides.
Le sigue luego el suicidio con Thiodan, fenomeno tangible en la decada 90, especialmente por la falta de tecnicas apropiadas de fumigacion para combatir la broca y, en no pocos casos, por los problemas de endeudamiento.
Endosulfan (Thiodan 35% CE; Hoechst, Germany) (350 g a.i./L) was used at its recommended commercial dose (2.5 mL/L water), as was Aceite Agricola 81 SC (1.5% v/v) (Mobil Oil Corp., Memphis, Tennessee).
In the first experiment, 2 L/ha of Thiodan (containing 359 gendosulfan/L) was applied to each irrigation bay on the day it was irrigated, just prior to the commencement of irrigation.
Plaguicidas mas utilizados en 1969 en el valle de Mexicali Plaguicidas Clasificacion Azodrin Organoclorado BHC Organoclorado Bildrin Organoclorado Carbicron Organofosforado DDT Organoclorado Dieldrin Organoclorado Dipterex Organofosforado Endrin Organoclorado Gusathion Organofosforado Matahion Organofosforado Paration Metilico Organofosforado Perthane Organoclorado Servin Organoclorado Thiodan Organoclorado Toxafeno Organoclorado Phosdrin Organofosforado Clordano Organoclorado Acricid Nitrofenol Sevin Organofosforado Fuente: Francisco Lopez Ramos y M.
The business package includes all current EPA registrations and formulations for the FMC Thiodan brand of endosulfan.
All three fincas were sprayed once or twice annually with insecticides, primarily endosulfan (Thiodan, FMC corporation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), at a rat e of 0.4-2.0 L/ha, as well as herbicides and foliage fertilizers.
Toxic pesticides such as disulfan, endosulfan, and thiodan are used and sold freely.
potassium cyanide) and 4 pesticides (notably the insecticide Thiodan (4)) are also used on occasion because they are cheap and highly effective in stunning and killing fish.
Experts said thiodan and daiznon pesticides, which can kill humans, had been used by fishermen across East Africa.
Figure 1 CHEMICAL EPA CODEX Chlorinated hydrocarbons EthIon 50 EC 10 5 Dicofol 45 8 Endosulfan (Thiodan) 24 30 Cypermethrin/permethrin 20 N/A