fenthion


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fenthion

(ˈfɛnθɪˌɒn)
n
(Chemistry) a type of insecticide
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Analysis of the use of fenthion via epicutaneous in dogs for Rhipicephalus sanguineus control.
Particularly, for farm chemicals, SERS has been used to detect isofenphos-methyl [12], chlorpyrifos [28], thiram [23], fenthion [29], triazophos [30], and so on.
Organophosphorus pesticides (OPPs) of fenitrothion, fenthion, and phoxim were purchased from Beijing Agricultural Environmental Protection Center, the structure of them are shown in Figure 1.
Kim, "Detection of malathion, fenthion and methidathion by using heparin-reduced gold nanoparticles," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol.
Fenthion (0,0-dimethyl O-4-methylthio-m-tolyl phosphorothioate) is an organophosphate insecticide (Class II, according to EPA) used against several cultures such as Passionfruit cultures [27, 28].
Fenthion and terbufos induce DNA damage, the expression of tumor-related genes, and apoptosis in HEPG2 cells.
The main pesticide was fenthion, detected in four samples of 12 (33.33%), followed by dimethoate (25%), coumaphos (8.33%) and malathion (8.33%).
TEPP, Mevinphos, Chlorpyrifos, Ethyl parathion, Methyl parathion and Fenthion are highly toxic compounds.
Different repellents such as Starlicide, Endrin and Fenthion, Avitrol, Methiocarb, methylanthranilate, and anthraquinone have been used to control the pest birds (Brooks and Hussain, 1990; Kennedy and Connery, 2008).
Dimethyl Ops Diethyl OPs Parathion Methyl parathion Diazinon Dichlorovos Chlorpyrifos Dimethoate Dichlorfenthion Malathion Coumaphos Fenthion
Temephos and fenthion have been found to be the most effective against the species as 100% mortality could be achieved with 0.005 ppm while other organophosphorous compounds, viz.