trichlorphon


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trichlorphon

(traɪˈklɔːfɒn)
n
1. (Chemistry) a variant spelling trichlorfon
2. (Agriculture) a variant spelling trichlorfon
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In the 90s, trichlorphon was reported as organophosphorus insecticide capable of inducing leukopenia and decrease the amount of neutrophils and phagocytic capacity (43).
After a prophylactic treatment with trichlorphon (Neguvon[R]) (Vega-Villasante et al., 2017) for elimination of parasites, the remaining fish were confined in a circular pond of 19 m3 capacity, at a density of 10.2 fish m-3 in the Laboratorio de Calidad de Agua y Acuicultura Experimental, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico.
Two other inactive chemicals identified in similarity analysis were the OPs trichlorphon (86% similar to naled) and phosalone (81% similar to azamethiphos).
fossilis (Srivastava et al., 1989), malathion in Cyprinion watsoni (Khattak and Hafeez, 1996), and trichlorphon in Piaractus mesopotamicus (Tavares et al., 1999) provides evidence for decreased hematopoiesis followed by anemia induction in fish.