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A carbamate, C12H11NO2, used as a general-purpose insecticide.

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

a colorless, crystalline compound, C12H11NO2, used as an insecticide.
[1960–65; b. carbamate and aryl]
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The aim of the present study is to investigate the oxidative stress index in Capoeta capoeta treated with carbaryl and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D).
Many common household pesticides include 2,4-D, glyphosate, carbaryl, malathion, and several pyrethroids, which are all used frequently in agriculture as well (Atwood and Paisley-Jones 2017; Grube et al.
molesta populations collected in apple orchards in Southern Brazil that were exposed to four insecticides (chlorpyriphos, deltamethrin, tebufenozide, and carbaryl).
Resistance to Bt and pyrethroids were reported in fall armyworm, as mentioned above, and to carbamates (e.g., carbaryl, methomyl, and thiodicarb) in fall armyworm populations from Florida (Yu 1991), and to methomyl in some regions of Puerto Rico (Mota D, personal communication).
Seven compounds (valinomycin, berberine chloride, colchicine, carbaryl, diethylstilbestrol, rotenone and [MPP.sup.+]) caused a significant decrease in neurite area at concentrations that did not affect viability (Fig.
[17] for the degradation of the pesticide carbaryl. The third scenario consists of six tubes, with a pentagram disposition similar to the second scenario, but with smaller diameter, and adds a center tube (Figure 5(c)).
In the present work, three pesticides, carbaryl, carbendazim, and thiabendazole, are studied in fruit samples (banana and orange)., 518 units/mg solid), acetylthiocholine chloride (>99%), Carbofuran PESTANAL, Carbaryl PESTANAL, Paraoxon-ethyl PESTANAL, Malathion PESTANAL, and Dichlorvos PESTANAL were supplied from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
The present study aims to evaluate the efficiency of nanofiltration, using a commercial membrane, removing three pesticides from the carbamates group: carbaryl, carbofuran and methomyl, added at different concentrations in distilled water, and single concentration in pond water.
atrazine (triazine), metolachlor (chloroacetanilide), carbaryl (carbamate), and chlorothalonil (chloronitrile) have high usage rates (Solomon et al., 1996), are prevalent in streams (Larson et al, 1999), and co-occur more often as mixtures than as individual pesticides (Gilliom, 2007).
Pesticide residues of aminomethylphosphonic acid (ampa), epoxiconazole, fipronil, metolachlor, malathion, flu-triafol, pyraclostrobin, carbendazim, glyphosate, and carbaryl, complying with the maximum residue limits (MRL) established by Codex Alimentarius for soy and corn grains [15], were selected and tested.
On the other hand, carbaryl, keroxim-methyl and trifloxystrobin levels were below MRLs (Table 1, Figure 4).