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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Marketable yield (tonnes/ha) of eggplant in various carbaryl and petroleum spray oil treatments against Tetranychus marianae mites on eggplant fields at Yigo and Inarajan on Guam.
Pesticide (chemical Year Soil Detection class) residential half-life limits use (days) (a) (ng/g) restricted Insecticides Chlordane 1988 350 2 (organochlorine) Methoxychlor 2003 120 10 (organochlorine) Chlorpyrifos 2000 30 5 (organophosphate) Diazinon 2002 40 2 (organophosphate) Carbaryl (carbamate) NA 10 2 Propoxur (carbamate) NA 30 5 Cyfluthrin NA 30 20 (pyrethroid) Cypermethrin NA 30 20 (pyrethroid) Permethrin NA 30 2 (pyrethroid) Piperonyl butoxide NA 4.
We studied the sorption of 2 nonionic insecticides, carbaryl and phosalone, in soils from Australia, Pakistan, and the United Kingdom (UK), covering a wide range of physical and chemical properties.
Malathion, carbaryl and 2,4-D have been found in the Willamette River in tests conducted by the U.
Seasonal variation in amylase, invertase, cellulase activity and carbon dioxide evolution in a tropical protected grassland of Orissa, India, sprayed with carbaryl insecticide.
In 1995, a lure made of wheat bran laced with a very small amount of the chemical carbaryl was spread by vehicle over egg beds, to attract and kill nymphs hatching at and near the refuge.
Diazinon and carbaryl induce micromelia and abnormal feathering in hen eggs (Seifert and Casida 1980), but different skeletal defects have been noted for diazinon in bobwhite quail embryos (Meneely and Wyttenhach 1989).
Similar studies of the insecticide carbaryl show problems for a variety of species.
TABLE I Examples of Known and Potential Endocrine Disrupters Substance Reference Diethylstilbestrol 5 DDT 20 PCBs 21 Estradiol-17b 22 Coumestrol 22 Equol 22 Zearalenone 22 3,9-Dihydroxybenz[a]anthracene 22 Kepone 22 DDE 23 Methoxychlor 20 Mirex 20 TCDD 24 Tributyltin 25, 26 Tamoxifen 27 Cadmium 28 Zearealonone 29 Benzo[a]pyrene 30 Lead 30 Arochlor 1254 30 Methyl mercury 31 PAHs 32 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins 33 Polychlorinated dibenzofurans 33 Cyproterone acetate 29 Dibromochloropropane 29 Fenarimol 29 Nitrofen 29 Hexachlorophene 29 PBBs 29 Carbaryl 34 Aldrin 34 Chlordane 34 2,4-D 34 2,4,5-T 34 Zineb 34 Maneb 34
Recalled product has a DACONIL label on the front of the container, with a label for SEVIN(R) LIQUID BRAND CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 2 on the back of the container.