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thiram

[′thī‚ram]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)2N-CS-S-S-CS-N(CH3)2(tetramethylthioperoxydicarbonic diamide) A fungicide, bacteriostat (in soap), antimicrobial agent (chemotherapeutic for plants), seed disinfectant, and vulcanizing agent.
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CUADRO 3 Plaguicidas detectados en sedimentos en microcuencas del Lago de Tota TABLE 3 Pesticides in sediments in microbasins of Lago de Tota Sistema Resultado Limite de Concentracion Lotico reporte (mg/kg) /metodo (mg/kg) Hato Ditiocarbamatos, 0.05/UV 0.12 Laguna Maneb, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram y ziram.
In the treated groups, thiram delayed the refractory phase along the experimental period, but testicular weight were superior in the treated pigeons compared to the control during the last weeks.
No significant effect of [Na.sup.+], [K.sup.+], [Ca.sup.2+], [Mg.sup.2+], [Mn.sup.2+], [Fe.sup.3+], [Co.sup.2+], P[O.sub.4.sup.3-], S[O.sub.4.sup.2-], [Cl.sup.-], and N[O.sub.3.sup.-]-1000-fold, phenol and humic acid 10-fold, asulam, diazinon, malathion, maneb, nabam, phoxim, terbufos, thiabendazole, and thiram 50-fold was observed.
Treatment of seeds, sets or transplants with certain fungicides such as benomyl, tebuconazole, thiram and prochloraz can reduce the fungal infection (Koycu and Ozer, 1997; Ozer and Koycu, 1998; Taylor et al., 2012).
Seeds of each wheat variety were treated with six fungicides: Benlate, Difenoconazole, Strobilurins, Thiabendazole, Thiram and Triticonazole at the rate of 2 g/kg.
fabricated centimeter-scale gold nanoisland films as reproducible SERS substrates for highly sensitive detection of the thiram fungicide in apple peels [25].
Bovi (1998) relataram a eficiencia do fungicida thiram no controle de Fusarium spp.; enquanto que o fungicida thiabendazole nao controlou os fungos presentes nas sementes, mas apresentou efeito fitotoxico sobre a germinacao e vigor das sementes de pupunheira.
The trends for 16 representative chemicals (captan, dicofol, butachlor, dimethyl terephthalate, sodium L-ascorbate, octanoic acid, chlorpyrifos-methyl, oxadiazon, pioglitazone, farglitazar, troglitazone, thiram, fludioxonil, mercuric chloride, fluazinam, and tetramethrin) are shown in Figure 3.
Germination and Emergency Tests: The chemical treatment of seeds consisted of the application of fungicide based on 150 [g.sup.-1]L carbendazim and 350 [g.sup.-1]L thiram at dose of 100 mL of commercial product per kilogram of seeds.
The corn seeds used for larval rearing were previously treated with carbendazim + thiram at the rate of 200 mL of the commercial product (Derosal Plus[R]) per 100 kg of seeds to prevent fungal infection.