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car·ba·ryl

 (kär′bə-rĭl′)
n.
A carbamate, C12H11NO2, used as a general-purpose insecticide.

carbaryl

(ˈkɑːbərɪl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an organic compound of the carbamate group: used as an insecticide, esp to treat head lice

car•ba•ryl

(ˈkɑr bə rɪl)

n.
a colorless, crystalline compound, C12H11NO2, used as an insecticide.
[1960–65; b. carbamate and aryl]
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Others (aldrin, toxaphene, carbaryl, 2,4,5-TP, glyphosate, paraquat, benomyl) did not have independent effects: when modeled with other pesticides, their associations with AMD became weaker and nonsignificant.
Insecticides tested were of analytical grade and included carbaryl, chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, fenpropathrin, flupyradifurone, imidacloprid, and thiamethoxam, representing several insecticide classes (Table 2).
Carbaryl induced changes in the haematological, serum biochemical and immunological responses of common carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.
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Malathion carbaryl spinosad imadacloprid thiacloprid carbaryl azinphosmethyl and Diptrex have been applied in bait as well as cover sprays.
Entretanto, para macieira, existem raleantes quimicos de pos-floracao, destacando-se o Carbaryl, Ethephon e a Benziladenina (PETRY, 2011).
These include deadly chemicals such as aldicarb, carbaryl, mercury and chlorine compounds.
In Florida's sandy soils, the treatment for Diaprepes is one foliar spray per year using carbaryl to control adults, and releases of a parasitic nematode, Steinernema riobravis, to control larvae (UC IPM Online 2007; Stansly 2007).
retrocurva) present morphological alterations in response to the presence of carbaryl insecticide.
Stop coddling moth larvae from ruining apples by spraying carbaryl (Sevin) now.
Carbaryl, for example, is an insecticide sold under the brand name Sevin, used in fruit and nut orchard and in vegetable gardens.
01 percent, or 100 parts per million--of carbaryl, a commonly used household insecticide, is needed to kill them.