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alar

[′ā·lər]
(biology)
Winglike or pertaining to a wing.
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Rosen, "The Death of Daminozide," in Pesticides and Alternatives, ed.
The Wellness Letter believes that the risk from daminozide today does not call for giving up apples.
The Institute issued a statement calling "completely without basis" any claims that daminozide has been a known carcinogen for 16 years.
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Last year's controversy over daminozide, the growth-controlling chemical that was widely used on apples, was not defused until the U.S.
sales of daminozide (Alar) for use on food products.
Segundo este autor, em geral, a aplicacao de inibidores de crescimento, como o daminozide e paclobutrazol, resulta em menor incidencia de "bitter pit" e outros disturbios fisiologicos.
The segment focused on apples and apple products containing residues of the growth regulator, daminozide, which is marketed by Uniroyal Chemical Co.
Interim data from a new study show that a metabolite of daminozide -- a plant-growth regulator used primarily on apples -- causes blood-vessel tumors in mice, according to Jack Moore, acting deputy administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Since EPA first proposed banning daminozide in 1985 (SN: 9/7/85, p.149), farmers have been encouraged to abandon use of this popular plant-growth regulator.
Take apple juice, a childhood favorite that has been found to contain daminozide, a suspected carcinogen, and its more potent metabolite UDMH SN: 9/7/85, p.149).
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has decided not to pursue an immediate ban on daminozide, a plant-growth regulator that the agency suspects may be a potent carcinogen (SN:9/7/85, p.