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chlorinated hydrocarbons

Highly toxic pesticides including Aldrin, DDT and dieldrin, now largely banned in the West.
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Ghanbahadur A, Ghanbahadur G (2012) Histopathological effect of organochloride endosulfan on intestine and stomach of larvivorous fish Rarbora daniconius.
Since the use of organochloride has environmental concern, a single spray of Emamectin benzoate or Confidor; or two sprays of OP insecticides at the time of emergence of first generation adults as predicted by the forecasting model are recommended.
Lindane 1% (Kwell[R]) is an organochloride and slow killer of lice.
05 mg/kg/day (15-48) Bisphenol S BPS Organochloride Vinyl chloride VCM 0.
CH has been linked to clioxinlike compounds, organochloride pesticides, and prenatal exposure to radioactive iodine isotopes.
After 1958, part of the site was used for producing organochloride and organophosphate pesticides by Shell Quimica, an activity which continued until 1978, when it was transferred to an industrial unit in Paulinia (SP).
In the sequence, some cases resulting from the improper production, use and disposal of organochloride substances are presented.
In that case, environmental activists were charged with obstructing peace officers during a protest to prevent the opening of a magnesium production plant that would discharge organochloride compounds into the environment, and at trial, they invoked necessity as a defence.
Washington, March 23 (ANI): A University of Granada study has shown that exposure to organochloride pesticides alters semen quality.
Study of the processes related to the presence of organochloride pesticides in the Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta.