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py·re·throid

 (pī-rē′throid, -rĕth′roid)
n.
Any of several synthetic compounds similar to pyrethrin, used as an insecticide.

pyrethroid

(paɪˈriːθrɔɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of various chemical compounds having similar insecticidal properties to pyrethrin
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or relating to such compounds
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3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Pyrethroids Pyrethrins are one of the oldest known insecticides and are derived from dried and crushed flower heads of two species of asters: Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium and C.
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Pyrethroids constitute a family of insecticides widely used in a variety of sectors: agriculture (various crops), veterinary (antiparasitics) and domestic (lice shampoo, mosquito products).
SAN DIEGO -- Exposure to common household pesticides called pyrethroids almost tripled the odds of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in boys, but not in girls, authors of a large cross-sectional study reported.
Human exposure to pyrethroids is primarily assessed by measures of nonspecific urinary metabolites such as 3-phenoxybenzoic acid (3-PBA), and cis-and irans-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (cis- and trans-DCCA) (Barr et al.
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Pyrethroids were introduced in India in mid-nineties for IRS and later for impregnation of mosquito nets.
Work carried out by Rothamsted Research as part of an HGCA project, has found 'knock down resistance' in UK populations of the beetle, providing them with a moderate resilience to pyrethroids applied at recommended field rates.
The large, multisite California-based study examined associations between specific classes of pesticides, including organophosphates, pyrethroids and carbamates, applied during the study participants' pregnancies and later diagnoses of autism and developmental delay in their offspring.
When these genes were transplanted into Drosophila, resistance to pyrethroids and carbamates was generated in otherwise susceptible fly strains.