dinoseb

dinoseb

[′dī·nə‚seb]
(organic chemistry)
C10H12O5N2 A reddish-brown liquid with a melting point of 32°C; used as an insecticide and herbicide for numerous crops and in fruit and nut orchards.
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Many of these compounds--such as antimycin A, diclazuril, dinoseb, emodin, triclocarban, and triethyltin bromide--induced both signaling pathways with similar potencies, although some of the compounds--including 5HPP-33, dinoterb, picoxystrobin, and rotenone--had different [EC.sub.50] values in these two assays (Table 2).
B&B maintained an inventory of "the herbicide Dinoseb,
A study of Matsumoto, Fujii, Hirose and Ema (2010) observed maternal toxicity after exposure to the pesticide 2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol (dinoseb) at doses of 6.52 or 8.50 mg [kg.sup.-1] bw [day.sup.-1].
Some phenols in the soils originate from the transformation of pesticides such as 2.4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2.4-D),4-chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acid (MCPA), 2,4,5-trichloro-phenoxyacetic acid (2,4,5-T), 2-buthy1-4,6-dinitrophenol (dinoseb), and phenolic biocides like pentachlorophenol (PCP) [4] and from atmospheric depositions [5].
In addition, Australia and New Zealand report that further information to certain pesticides may be obtained on protocols developed by Canada, which used data mainly from animal toxicology studies and provide a table containing the maximum values allowed in this country to the animals drinking water for aldicarb, bromoxynil, carbofuran, cyanazine, chlorothalonil, dicamba, diclofop-methyl, dimethoate, dinoseb, glyphosate, simazine, tebuthiuron, triallate and trifluralin (ANZECC, 2000).
Boxall, "Photoassisted degradation of a herbicide derivative, dinoseb, in aqueous suspension of titania," The Scientific World Journal, vol.
Madeira, "Metabolic alterations in hepatocytes promoted by the herbicides paraquat, dinoseb and 2,4-D," Archives of Toxicology, vol.
Residue from an herbicide called dinoseb, banned by federal regulators for causing birth defects, had given the undercoats of rabbits living around the sprawling plant an eerie green tint.
Table 2 List of the Thirty-One Substances Covered by the Rotterdam PIC Convention Pesticides Industrial chemicals 2,4,5-T Crocidolite Aldrin (a) Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) (a) Binapacryl Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) (a) Captafol Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCT) (a) Chlorobenzilate Tris(2,3dibromopropyl) phosphate Chlordane (a) Chlordimeform DDT (a) Dieldrin (a) Dinoseb and dinoseb salts 1,2-dibromoethane (EDB) Ethylene dichloride Ethylene oxide Fluoroacetamide HCH (a) Heptachlor (a) Hexachlorobenzene (a) Lindane (a) Mercury compounds Toxaphene (a) Pentachlorophenol Methyl-parathion Methamidophos Monocrotophos Parathion Phosphamidon Source: Adapted from Annex III of the convention.