carbaryl


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car·bar·yl

(kar'bă-ril),
A cholinesterase-inhibiting contact insecticide. A pediculicide and ectoparasiticide. Toxic to humans, causing nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bronchoconstrictions, blurring vision, excessive salivation, muscle twitching, cyanosis, convulsions, coma, respiratory failure.

carbaryl

A carbamate pesticide used to kill caterpillar apple pests and incorporated in lotions and shampoos used to get rid of head and pubic lice. It has an ANTICHOLINESTERASE action. A brand name is Calyderm

carbaryl

carbamate insecticide used widely in companion animals to control ectoparasites.
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The results for the 2009 and 2013 survey for carbaryl were comparable, with all RR50 estimates below 2 (Tiwari et al.
The cost to use the most effective treatment in sandy soils - a single spray with carbaryl and three releases of S.
Suspecting that many other dioxinlike compounds might have been missed over the years because they, like carbaryl, don't resemble TCDD, Denison's group has begun a new screening program.
Carbaryl, a carbamate insecticide, was associated with allergic (OR = 1.
Keywords: Labeo rohita, acute toxicity, profenofos, triazophos, carbofuran, carbaryl.
Toxicological effects of carbaryl on testicular morphology and testosterone levels in musmusculus.
Two of the 9 compounds, one containing acetamiprid and one containing carbaryl, identified stink bugs as a target pest, but none specifically mentioned H.
We observed a decreased risk associated with ever use of carbaryl and DDT by the husband in North Carolina [HR = 0.
Comparison of wheat bran, apple pumice and food waste (combined bakery, snack, cereal and confectionary) baits containing carbaryl for controlling Mormon crickets: studies of longevity and primary and secondary mortality.
atrazine (triazine), metolachlor (chloroacetanilide), carbaryl (carbamate), and chlorothalonil (chloronitrile) have high usage rates (Solomon et al.
On the other hand, carbaryl, keroxim-methyl and trifloxystrobin levels were below MRLs (Table 1, Figure 4).
Among chemical thinners available for the apple culture, NAA (naphthalene acetic acid), carbaryl (Sevin[R]), benzyladenine (BA) and ethephon (Ethrel[R]) stand out, and more recently metamitron, a product that inhibits the photosynthetic activity (BASAK, 2011; STERN, 2014; GREENE, 2014).