dichlorvos


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di·chlor·vos

 (dī-klôr′vōs′, -vəs)
n.
A volatile toxic organophosphorous pesticide, C4H7Cl2O4P, used as a fumigant and veterinary parasiticide.

[di- + chlor(o)- + v(inyl) + (ph)os(phate).]

dichlorvos

(daɪˈklɔːvɒs; daɪˈklɔːvəʊs)
n
an organophosphate insecticide used to control garden and household pests and to treat worm infections
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Percentage % Chlorpyrifos 13 26 Dichlorvos 12 24 Quinalphos 7 14 Methyl Parathion 4 8 Monocrotophos 3 6 Parathion 3 6 Phorate 3 6 Dimethoate 2 4 Diazinon 1 2 Pantothenate 1 2 Profenofos 1 2 Table 3.
Exposure Exposed cases Exposed noncases (n =1,081) (n = 29,513) Any insecticide 447 11,420 Carbamates 353 9,089 Carbaryl 342 8,884 Carbofuran 20 535 Organochlorines 87 2,149 Aldrin 8 232 Chlordane 47 1,178 DDT 48 997 Dieldrin 6 102 Heptachlor 11 215 Lindane 15 425 Toxaphene 6 198 Organophosphates 300 7,389 Chlorpyrifos 51 1,130 Coumaphos 18 356 Diazinon 118 2,902 Dichlorvos 32 712 Fonofos 18 538 Malathion 226 5,561 Parathion 13 289 Phorate 22 561 Terbufos 37 814 Pyrethroids 45 1,360 Permethrin for animals 32 977 Permethrin for crops 17 568 Exposure Adjusted HRa 95% CI Adjusted HRb Any insecticide 1.
Investigation of dichlorvos (DDVP) and trifluralin pesticide levels in Tahtali Dam Water,".
Investigations of the genotoxicity and cell proliferative activity of dichlorvos in mouse forestomach.
40] Many earlier studies confirmed an increase in the level of plasma triglyceride in the experimental animals that were exposed to different insecticides including dichlorvos, [39] and carbamate furadon.
50] data listed in Table 2, the order of relative toxicity of the 4 organophosphate insecticides was diazinon [greater than or equal to] chlorpyrifos > coumaphos > dichlorvos.
Reduced sensitivity of the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, to the organophosphate dichlorvos.
Agrochemicals, including monocrotophos, phosphamidon, carbofuran, diazinon, carbosulfan, endosulfan, parathion, dichlorvos, and methomyl, were found in the stomach contents of 222 birds; gunshot wounds, trauma (road kill or fracture), or miscellaneous (cachexia, dehydration, or suffocation) were the cause of death for 12, 103, and 32 birds, respectively.
GC grade pesticide standards acetamiprid, acetochlor, atrazine, cypermethrin, dichlorvos, difenoconazole, and pyridaben were purchased from AccuStandard New Haven, CT, USA.
Other food safety incidents include poisonous ham treated with the pesticide Dichlorvos in 2003, counterfeit alcoholic drinks in 2009, clenbuterol-tainted pork in 2011, and dead pigs drifting in the Huangpu River after a crack-down on illicit trade of dead meat in 2013.