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organophosphate

[ȯr¦gan·ə′fäs‚fāt]
(organic chemistry)
A soluble fertilizer material made up of organic phosphate esters such as glucose, glycol, or sorbitol; useful for providing phosphorus to deep-root systems.
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Results and Discussion Recovery of the pesticides from the spiked samples was 90-99% for the organochlorines, 94-98% for the organophosphorus, and 89-96% for the synthetic pyrethroids.
Benzodiazepines and organophosphorus compounds are the most common poisons encountered in our patients.
Interaction of toxic effect of the organophosphorus pesticide cyolane and schistosoma mansoni infection in male albino mice.
Accordingly, this study aimed to investigate and trace the profile of a community from the south of Espirito Santo regarding the exposure to and use of pesticides to investigate possible symptoms and pathophysiological characteristics associated with mild or overexposure to organophosphorus and other pesticides.
The involvement of acetylcholinesterase in resistance of the California red scale Aonidiella aurantii to organophosphorus pesticides.
An Update of the Structure-Activity Relationship and Efficacy in the Treatment of Poisoning with Organophosphorus Compounds.
KeyWords: Poisoning, Mortality, Aluminium phosphide, Organophosphorus compounds.
Continuous pralidoxime infusion versus repeated bolus injection to treat organophosphorus pesticide poisoning: a randomised controlled trial.
The researchers mixed RHP with a protein called organophosphorus hydrolase (OPH), which degrades the toxic organophosphates found in insecticides and chemical warfare agents.
Farming is the major occupation in Indian rural population, and the farmers are recurrently exposed to organophosphorus (OP) chemical compounds during pesticide spraying.
This potential was equal to carbon nanotube electrode (0.85 V) [29] and carbon paste electrode (0.85 V) [30, 31] and lower than mesoporous carbon and carbon black electrode (0.9 V) [32] and screen printed carbon electrode (0.9 V) [33] for pesticide detection using organophosphorus hydrolase enzyme.
Organophosphorus pesticides (OPPs), as an inexpensive, stable, and efficient pesticide, are usually and widely used in agricultural production in the world [1].

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