disulfoton


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disulfoton

(daɪˈsʌlfəˌtɒn)
n
a synthetic pesticide effective against sucking insects, used on crops including coffee and tobacco
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Twelve pesticides (nine herbicides: 2,4-D; acetochlor, atrazine, dicamba, glyphosate, mesotrione, metolachlor, nicosulfuron, trifluralin; three insecticides: dimethoate, disulfoton, and malathion) contributed to these 27 pairs.
Categoria toxicologica Ingrediente activo Producto de referencia Extremadamente peligroso bromuro de metilo varios Extremadamente peligroso carbofuran Furadan Extremadamente peligroso fosfuro de aluminio Detia gas Extremadamente peligroso metil paration varios Extremadamente peligroso monocrotofos Azodrin Altamente peligroso aldicarb Temik Altamente peligroso diclorphos varios Altamente peligroso disulfoton varios Altamente peligroso etoprofos Mocap Altamente peligroso fenamifos Nemacur Altamente peligroso forato varios Altamente peligroso metamidofos Tamaron Altamente peligroso metomil varios Altamente peligroso oxamyl varios Altamente peligroso terbufos varios Cuadro 3.
Persistence, leaching and movement of chlorfenvinphos, chlorpyrifos, disulfoton, fensulfothion, monocrotophos and tetrachlorvinphos in soil.
Organophosphorous compounds were classified clinically on the basis of toxicity asmost dangerous: TEPP, Disulfoton.
1] for the insecticides acephate, cadusafos, chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, disulfoton, ethion, fenitrothion, phorate, malathion, methidathion, monocrotophos, parathionmethyl and triazophos; and 0.
5 mg/l of the organophosphate disulfoton showed changes in the ultrastructure of hepatic cells, with irregular nuclei, and alterations to the lysozomes and rough endoplasmic reticulum [3].
OPs not detected included: dimethoate, disulfoton, ethoprop, fensulfothion, EPN, fenthion, malathion, merphos, methyl parathion, azinphos-methyl, phorate, demeton.
The insecticide disulfoton, O, O-dimethyl S-2-ethylthioethyl phosphorodithioate, (0.
Disulfoton Systemic insecticide-acaricide introducted in 1956.
2004); no significant or suggestive correlations with use were observed for demeton-S, fonofos, diazinon, disulfoton, methyl parathion, fenitrothion, or malathion.
Of the 16 pesticides included in the present study, 9 were reported in detail on the AHS phase 1 questionnaires (chlorpyrifos, coumaphos, diazinon, dichlorvos, fonofos, malathion, parathion, phorate, and terbufos); 6 were initially queried on the phase 1 take-home questionnaire checklist (acephate, dimethoate, disulfoton, ethoprop, phosmet, and tetrachlorvinphos); and a new chemical introduced in 1995 (tebupirimfos) was reported initially on the phase 2 questionnaire.