9)] and was nonsignificantly reduced in relation to ever use of toxaphene
[HR = 0.
Smith (1952) reported that during the fifties, several authors reported some new insecticides, at that time, sprays of lindane, chlordane, toxaphene
, dieldrin, and aldrin provided some control of the fowl tick.
coal tar Toxaphene
Lead and lead compounds Di(2-ethylhexyl) trans-1.
Known toxic chemicals in New York waters--including mercury, PCBs (5), mirex/photomirex, DDTs (6), chlordane, dioxin, lead, toxaphene
, hexachlorobenzene, arsenic, and PAHs (7)--reach waters through sewer system outfalls, industrial discharges, agricultural runoff, and other point and nonpoint sources (EPA Region 2 in conjunction with DEC Region 9, 2012).
Transcriptional response of marine medaka (Oryzias javanicus) on exposure to toxaphene
The pesticides endosulfan, toxaphene
, and dieldrin have estrogenic effects on human estrogen sensitive cells.
Reversion of Toxaphene
resistancein the Egyptian cotton leafworm.
Most end user sales of the family were final in 1973 except toxaphene
a common premix with DDT which was sold in the U.
aldrin, heptachlor and toxaphene
, industrial chemicals such as PCBs
lead, mercury, MTBE, nominal particulates (Class I), taste and odor, toxaphene
, turbidity, volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
The most predominant occurrences were observed for DDT, DDE, DDD, heptachlor, toxaphene
and various endrin compounds.
At one time, it was common practice to tank mix DDT (Dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane) with a variety of chemicals, such as toxaphene
, methyl parathion, a wetting agent, a sticker, maneb (manganese ethylene bisdithiocarbamate), tribasic copper sulfate, streptomycin, wettable sulfur, urea LB (Lo-Biuret Urea), epsom salt, magnesium sulfate, potassium nitrate, manganese sulfate, Solubor (boron), sodium molybdate, Foam Buster, molasses, and Cygon (dimethoate).