benomyl


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benomyl

(ˈbɛnəmɪl)
n
(Horticulture) a fungicide, derived from imidazole, used on cereal and fruit crops: suspected of being carcinogenic
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Fungicidal seed treatment with benomyl, thiram, benomyl + thiram, carbendazim + thiram, carboxin + thiram, fludioxonil, mancozeb, iprodione + triticonazole, prochloraz, thiophanate - methyl and ipconazole at 1-2% of seed weight found effective in various countries viz.
Studies on the pesticides impact have shown that constant exposure to these substances could lead to disruptions of the thyroid [32] among which hypothyroidism is the most common abnormality after chronic exposure to benomyl, maneb and mancozeb [33].
Seed treatments with benomyl and soil fumigation with metam sodium or methyl bromide effectively control the disease (Jaworski et al.
As plantas selecionadas foram retiradas dos frascos e as raizes lavadas em agua corrente e transferidas para recipientes contendo solucao fungicida benomyl (2g [L.
Spray with benomyl to prevent grey mould and downy mildew fungus.
Washington, January 6 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered a link between Parkinson's and another pesticide, benomyl, whose toxicological effects still linger some 10 years after the chemical was banned by the U.
Bark pieces, about 2-4mm-wide, were cut from the edge of the lesions and placed on cornmeal agar (CMA) (Sigma-Aldrich Chemie GmbH, Germany) amended with 10mg pimaricin, 200mg ampicilin, 10mg rifampicin, 10mg benomyl, 25mg pentachloronitrobenzene and 50mg hymexazol (PARBPH) [8].
For selective growth of Scedosporium over other fungi such as Aspergillus or Candida spp, especially in respiratory samples, antibiotic containing media such as Leonian agar supplemented with 10 |xg/ml benomyl, or 8 mg/ml cycloheximide containing agar are useful.
A los mismos se les aplico un protocolo de desinfeccion que consistio en sumergirlos sucesivamente por 10 minutos en soluciones de Betadine (10 %), Benomyl (3 g x [L.
001 percent benomyl, an antibiotic that reduces growth of molds.