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phorate

[′fȯr‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C7H17O2PS2 A clear liquid with slight solubility in water; used as an insecticide for a wide range of insects on a wide range of crops.
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Exposure Exposed cases Exposed noncases (n =1,081) (n = 29,513) Any insecticide 447 11,420 Carbamates 353 9,089 Carbaryl 342 8,884 Carbofuran 20 535 Organochlorines 87 2,149 Aldrin 8 232 Chlordane 47 1,178 DDT 48 997 Dieldrin 6 102 Heptachlor 11 215 Lindane 15 425 Toxaphene 6 198 Organophosphates 300 7,389 Chlorpyrifos 51 1,130 Coumaphos 18 356 Diazinon 118 2,902 Dichlorvos 32 712 Fonofos 18 538 Malathion 226 5,561 Parathion 13 289 Phorate 22 561 Terbufos 37 814 Pyrethroids 45 1,360 Permethrin for animals 32 977 Permethrin for crops 17 568 Exposure Adjusted HRa 95% CI Adjusted HRb Any insecticide 1.
Commercial-grade insecticide phorate (10% CG purity) was obtained from pesticide market.
An incidence of phorate poisoning in six crossbred cows was reported for treatment.
Agata, tratadas apenas com Phorate no sulco de plantio, pois a disseminacao atingiu 100% das plantas que nao foram pulverizadas com os outros inseticidas durante o ciclo de vida da planta.
Pesticide (aldicarb sulphoxide, aldicarb sulphone, demeton-S-methyl sulphoxide, carbendazim, methomyl, thiabendazole, methiocarb sulphoxide, methiocarb sulphone, aldicarb, imazalil, thiodicarb, phorate sulphoxide, phorate sulphone, methiocarb) standard substances were obtained from Dr.
OPs not detected included: dimethoate, disulfoton, ethoprop, fensulfothion, EPN, fenthion, malathion, merphos, methyl parathion, azinphos-methyl, phorate, demeton.
Organophosphates--malathion, diazinon, phorate, and others.
d]) of these chemicals followed the order: terbufos > phorate > 2,4-D > atrazine > metsulfuron methyl.
Experiments were also sprayed with insecticides in accordance with standard thresholds to prevent damage from pests not controlled by phorate or aldicarb and to prevent damage after the efficacy of these compounds had declined (4-6 wk after emergence).
They are chlorpyrifos, coumaphos, fonofos, phorate, permethrin and butylate.
The impact of granular formulations of phorate, terbufos, carbofuran, carbosulphan, and thiofanox on newly sown Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum).
Phorate, an organophosphorus insecticide, was used around a South Dakota wetland at only three-quarters of the recommended dose yet persisted through the winter despite assurances from the U.