pesticide degradation product in vitro metabolic stability and time-course uptake and elimination in rats following oral and intravenous dosing.
1] Bhabhade B J, Sarnaik S S (2002) Biomineralization of organophosphorus
pesticide by soil bacteria; J.
pesticides in storm-water runoff from southern California (USA).
The protective doses of galantamine against organophosphorus
poisoning are similar to those already used for Alzheimer's treatment, notes Albuquerque.
Susceptibility of laboratory strains of tobacco budworm (TBW) and corn earworm (CEW) to five organophosphorus
insecticides (OP) was investigated using standard topical application procedure.
Story P and Cox M (2001) Review of the effects of organophosphorus
and carbamate insecticides on vertebrates.
Until now, one has only been needed for organophosphorus
sheep dips but Food Safety minister Jeff Rooker announced the scheme would be extended to cover all sheep dips from January 1, 1999.
The scientists have applied for a patent on making organophosphorus
insecticides more effective for sap beetle control by mixing them with Carpophilus pheromones.
Antimony oxides and organophosphorus
flame retardant chemicals are the sectors that have received the most funding, as the companies are investing to increase their flame retardant chemicals capacities by establishing new plants and expanding the capacities of the existing ones.
Fenthion is a broad spectrum organophosphorus
(OP) insecticide used in horticulture and for veterinary (cattle), domestic and industrial pest control - including pest birds.
To achieve this goal, Reactive Surfaces has developed a line of coatings--WMDtox--containing enzymatic additives that immediately begin decontamination of organophosphorus
chemical weapons agents on surfaces.
They have successfully mastered the synthesis of organophosphorus
compounds -- the latest, most efficient and most toxic generation of chemical weapons.