dinitroaniline

dinitroaniline

a group of herbicides of low toxicity for animals. Accidental poisoning causes diarrhea, nervousness and failure to gain weight.
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Mutations are heritable changes in the DNA, can be either naturally occurring or man-made, and form the basis of much genetic variation [26], there are three main types of mutation: Substitution, Insertion and Deletion, mutagen is distinguished into chemical mutagen such as 5-bromo- deoxyuridine, colchicine and 2, 4 Dinitroaniline [28] and, physical mutagen such as UV, X-radiation and Gamma rays [27,28] and biological mutagen such as Helicobacter pylori bacterium [41].
Treflan was growing share rapidly and by 1974 there were 11 registered dinitroaniline (DNA) competitors on the market.
Although, the antimicrobial dinitroaniline herbicides show great potential as antiprotozoal compounds, disputed indications of potential carcinogenecity will probably keep trifluralin from being developed for human use.
Trifluralin is a selective, preemergence dinitroaniline herbicide commonly used to control grassy and broadleaf weeds.
Important members of this class include dinitroaniline orange (PO5), Toluidine red (PR3), chlorinated para red (PR4), parachlor red (PR6), and the BON pigments (PR48, PR52, PR57, and PR63).
Sims is helping fill the information gap with studies of bacteria that degrade dinitroaniline herbicides like trifluralin, which kills annual grasses and some broadleaf weeds.
DowElanco participates in global generic products as well through sales of technical phenoxy herbicides and through both the joint venture Dintec for the global production and marketing of dinitroaniline herbicides and the joint venture DE Nocil for production and sale of chlorpyrifos in India.
Trifluralin: The dinitroaniline herbicide trifluralin (N,N-di-n-propyl, 2,6-dinitro 4-trifluoromethyl anilin) is peculiar in that it is not readily taken up by plants, nor is it susceptible to biological degradation.
Organic pigments include diarylide yellow and oranges, dianisidine orange, dinitroaniline orange, permanent 2B reds, pigment scarlet, BON reds, Red Lake C, pyrazolone red, lithol rubine, as well as phthalocyanine blues and greens.
oc], such as quaternary N pesticides, pyrethroides, and dinitroaniline herbicides, are likely to migrate through surface transport pathways rather than leaching to groundwater.
Organic pigments include diarylide yellows and orange, dianisidine orange, dinitroaniline orange, permanent 2B reds, pigment scarlet, BON reds, Red Lake C, pyrazolone red, lithol rubine, as well as phthalocyanine blues and greens.