terbutryn

terbutryn

[tər′byü·trən]
(organic chemistry)
C13H19N5S A colorless powder with a melting point of 104-105°C; used for weed control for wheat, barley, and grain sorghum.
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is also known to degrade the insecticides such as chlorpyrifos and methyl parathion (22) and it is also active on triazine weedicides viz., simazine, terbutryn, cyanazine, and prometon (23).
Nagel, "Effects of terbutryn on aufwuchs and Lumbriculus variegatus in artificial indoor streams," Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, vol.
Caption: Figure 8: The reflection spectrum of the PSi before and after functionalization with RC (a) and light-induced photocurrent with the PSi/RC electrode in the presence of externally added UQ-0 mediator and the inhibitor terbutryn, as indicated.
"Based on proven, world-leading performance preservative technologies IPBC, BCM, and Terbutryn, S99 is a low-leaching product formulated for water-based exterior paints, coatings, and stucco systems," continued Colon.
The most effective treatments for parthenium weed control were glyphosate and metribuzin, having higher mortality at 4 weeks after treatment (WAT) at both rosette and bolted stages than 2, 4-D, triasulfuron + terbutryn, bromoxynil + MCPA and atrazine + s-metolachlor, atrazine, s-metolachlor.
It is important to take into account that atrazine and simazine have been included in the list of "priority hazardous substances" in Decision 2455/2001/EC [3] that amends the Directive 2000/60/EC [4], and atrazine, ametryn, prometryn, terbutryn, simazine, and propazine are considered as a group to be endocrine-disrupting chemicals by the US Environmental Protection Agency [5].
-asubstances used in biocides: cybutryne, dichlorvos, terbutryn
[FIGURE 6 OMITTED] Figure 6-Reduction in ecotoxicity (Algal [EC.ssub.50] of protected (P) versus free (F) terbutryn and diuron algaecides.
Barriuso E, Feller C, Calvet R, Cerri C (1992) Sorption of atrazine, terbutryn and 2,4-D herbicides in two Brazilian Oxisols.