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aldicarb

/al·di·carb/ (al´dĭ-kahrb) a carbamate pesticide used as an insecticide; in some countries, also used as a rodenticide.

aldicarb

(ăl′dĭ-kärb′)
n.
A highly toxic crystalline carbamate compound, C7H14N2O2S, used in agriculture chiefly against mites, nematodes, and aphids.

aldicarb

A lipid-soluble, sulfurated fast-acting anticholinergic carbamate-type insecticide/nematicide.
Toxicity Abdominal cramps, nausea, diarrhoea, dizziness, sweating, muscle spasms, blurred vision. High levels cause respiratory failure. 
Management Atropine, which neutralises the muscarinic effects caused by acetylcholine.

aldicarb

Toxiology A lipid-soluble, sulfurated anticholinergic insecticide/nematocide Toxicity Abdominal cramps, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, sweating, muscle spasms, blurred vision Management Atropine

aldicarb

a carbamate pesticide.
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