dichlorvos


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dichlorvos

[dī′klȯr‚väs]
(organic chemistry)
C4H7O4Cl2P An amber liquid, used as an insecticide and miticide on public health pests, stored products, and flies on cattle. Abbreviated DDVP.
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'From an occupational health and safety viewpoint, workers should not be exposed to even sub-lethal dose of dichlorvos for more than four hours per day.
The inhibition effect of carbofuran, carbaryl, dichlorvos, malathion, and paraoxon on the graphite-epoxy-AChE biosensor is shown in Figures 5([a.sub.1]), 5([b.sub.1]), 5([c.sub.1]), 5([d.sub.1]), and 5([e.sub.1]).
Investigations of the genotoxicity and cell proliferative activity of dichlorvos in mouse forestomach.
[40] Many earlier studies confirmed an increase in the level of plasma triglyceride in the experimental animals that were exposed to different insecticides including dichlorvos, [39] and carbamate furadon.
(min) (ppm) ion (base peak) (m/z value) i Aldicarb 3.86 38.591 68 2 Methamidophos 4.35 16.657 98 3 Dichlorvos 6.43 18.582 109 4 Carbofuran 7.27 12.680 164 5 Methiocarb 10.02 22.092 168 6 Propachlor 10.69 19.734 120 7 Cyhalothrin 11.76 8.282 198 8 Atrazine 12.24 17.538 200 9 Acetochlor 13.57 17.217 59 10 Chlorpyrifos 14.54 17.066 97 11 [alpha]-Endosulfan 16.17 14.907 241 12 p, p'-DDE 16.55 25.480 246 13 Dieldrin 16.69 23.834 79 14 [beta]-Endosulfan 17.30 15.254 195 15 o, p'-DDD 17.36 44.900 235 16 o, p'-DDT 18.06 3.041 235 17 Acetamiprid 18.82 24.242 56 18 Pyridaben 20.92 17.945 147 19 Cypermethrin-1 21.74 46.252 181 20 Fenvalerate-1 22.60 11.544 125 2i Fenvalerate-2 22.85 10.172 125 22 Difenoconazole-1 23.19 10.856 265 23 Difenoconazole-2 23.27 10.622 265 Table 2.
NavarroJ (2008) Acute toxicity of dichlorvos to Aphanius iberus (Cuvier and Valenciennes 1846) and its anti-cholinesterase effects on this species.
They reported a positive correlation with insecticide concentration and the time of exposure associated with the degree of AChE inhibition of Tilapia mossambica in relation to the interacting effects of sublethal concentrations of dichlorvos .
Toxicological profile for dichlorvos. Atlanta, GA: US Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; 1997.
And very recently, the clastogenic and genotoxic potentials of an organochlorine, dichlorophen and an organophosphate, and dichlorvos have been studied using root meristematic cells of Allium cepa [27].
Dichlorvos (as carboxylase inhibitor) with purity of 99.4% was purchased from Riedel-de Haen (Germany).
Commonly used OP pesticides include parathion, malathion, methyl parathion, chlorpyrifos, diazinon, dichlorvos, phosmet, and fenitrothion.