carbophenothion


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carbophenothion

an organophosphorus insecticide used on plants and animals; it is effective but has the usual potential toxicity of this group. In some countries, its use is not permitted on food producing animals.
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In USA, acaricide resistance of citrus red mite has been reported in California and Florida, and the acaricides include carbophenothion, chlorfenson, demeton, dicofol, dioxathion, ethion, parathion, and tetradifon.
50] (nM) (a) sEH Siduron 33 [+ or -] 3 TCC 13 [+ or -] 1 CES1 Triclosan 210 [+ or -] 20 TPP 43 [+ or -] 3 CES2 Carbophenothion 34 [+ or -] 1 Triclosan 580 [+ or -] 30 TPP 50 [+ or -] 2 CES3 Carbophenothion 110 [+ or -] 15 Parathion 4 9 [+ or -] 0.
Tickicide Period of use Period of arsenic use Arsenic (trioxide) 1935-1955 Period of DDT use DDT 1955-1962 Benzene hexachloride 1955-1962 Early period of modern chemical use Coumaphos 1962-1965 Carbophenothion 1962 Carbaryl 1963-1970 Chlorpyrifos 1969-1974 Bromophos ethyl 1969 Dioxothion 1962-1976 Ethion 1962-1976 Chlordimeform 1973-1976 Cymyazole 1977-1986 Late period of modern chemical use Chlormethiuron 1977 Amitraz 1976-present Promacyl 1977-present Cypermethrin 1979-present Chlorfenvinphos 1979-present Flumethrin 1986-present Table 2.