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carbaryl

(kär`bärəl): see insecticidesinsecticides,
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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carbaryl

[′kär·bə‚ril]
(organic chemistry)
C12H11NO2 A colorless, crystalline compound with a melting point of 142°C; used as an insecticide for crops, forests, lawns, poultry, and pets.
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As a result, it was concluded that carbaryl and 2,4-D administered under of LC50 value caused liver damage by increasing the oxidative stress of Capoeta capoeta.
However, several agricultural pesticides, such as permethrin, malathion, and carbaryl, are also used in indoor residential settings (Table 1; Atwood and Paisley-Jones 2017; Grube et al.
Chlorpyriphos (Lorsban[R] 480 BR, Dow AgroSciences), deltamethrin (Decis[R], Bayer CropScience), carbaryl (Sevin[R] SL, Bayer CropScience), and tebufenozide (Mimic[R] 240 SC, Dow AgroSciences) were tested in seven concentrations defined from pilot tests.
For instance, if specificity of a compound was classified by the BMC ratio ([BMC.sub.V]/[BMC.sub.NA]), and the threshold was set at 3.16 (Ryan et al., 2016), valinomycin and carbaryl were classified as cytotoxic.
Estrada-Gasca, "Design of a novel CPC collector for the photodegradation of carbaryl pesticides as a function of the solar concentration ratio," Solar Energy, vol.
Carbaryl (naphthalen-1-yl N-methylcarbamate) is a carbamate pesticide that acts primarily as insecticide, but it can also be considered as molluscicide and acaricide.
After these calculations, the inhibition plots, I (%) versus [pesticide] or log[pesticide], are constructed for the different pesticides evaluated (carbofuran, carbaryl, malathion, paraoxon, and dichlorvos).
The physicochemical properties of the carbamates: carbaryl, carbofuran and methomyl used in this study are presented in Table 1.
The retention time for each compound in the chromatographic column was 3.65 min for ampa, 6.65 min for epoxiconazole, 6.53 min for fipronil, 6.76 min for metolachlor, 6.46 min for malathion, 6.04 min for flutriafol, 6.86 min for pyraclostrobin, 3.98 min for carbendazim, 4.02 min for glyphosate, 5.95 min for carbaryl, 4.20 min for enrofloxacin, 4.50 min for sulfamethazine, 5.24 min for sulfadimethoxine, 3.97 min for sulfadiazine, 5.35 min for chloramphenicol, and 4.03 min for sulfathiazole.
Lambda-Cyhalothrin and Penconazole were detected in 22 / 50 samples tested (44%) while Bifenthrin and Carbaryl were found to contaminate 17 (34%) and 15 (30%) of all samples, respectively.
For example, in 2012 in bell peppers in California, the top insecticides applied (by weight) included the broad-spectrum materials permethrin (fifth most applied) and carbaryl (sixth most applied) (DPR 2013).