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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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Commercial-grade insecticide phorate (10% CG purity) was obtained from pesticide market.
Ma, "Decomposition of phorate in aqueous solution by ozonation," Journal of Environmental Science & Health PartB, vol.
An incidence of phorate poisoning in six crossbred cows was reported for treatment.
Cyanamid registered phorate (Thimet) for cotton in 1956 and later for use in corn for rootworm control; it was one of the first systemic insecticides in the organic phosphate family and served as a replacement for Aldrin and other aging CH.
C: In any order: lay the words NOISOME, PHORATE, MI and RECEDES in the second, fourth, sixth and last columns.
Os procedimentos analiticos empregados para a determinacao dos teores de residuos de Imidacloprid e Phorate nas amostras foram baseados naqueles descritos por Placke e Weber (1993) e Szeto et al.
Thimet 20-G (AI = 20% phorate) is a soil insecticide commonly used for wireworm control in Florida sugarcane and was applied at full field rate of 22.3 kg/ha.
Phorate, for example, is a granular pesticide commonly used on coffee drops, and is particularly hazardous for birds that forage for seeds and grit.
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.
(1996a) investigated the sorption affinities of 5 commonly used pesticides, metsulfuron methyl, atrazine, 2,4-D, phorate, and terbufos, in pastoral farming and cereal cropping.