sulfuryl


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sul·fur·yl

(sŭl'fŭr-il),
The bivalent radical, -SO2-.

sul·fur·yl

(sŭl'fŭr-il)
Bivalent radical, -SO2-.
Synonym(s): sulphuryl.
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Sulfuryl fluoride as a quarantine treatment for emerald ash borer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in ash logs.
On August 20, 2015, FDACS initiated an investigation and identified multiple violations related to the fumigation of the family's home, including failure to have functioning devices to measure sulfuryl fluoride concentrations and failure of the pest control operator to participate in the sulfuryl fluoride manufacturer's training and stewardship plan.
But with methyl bromide being phased out, industry had to find alternatives, so sulfuryl fluoride has evolved to fill the role," he added.
The second Decision (COM(2003)1426) recognises compliance with the data and information requirements under Directive 91/414/EEC of dossiers submitted for detailed examination for three products - sulfuryl fluoride, bispyribac sodium and paeciloyces lilacinus - thus enabling them to be included in Annex I of the Directive.
The chlorophenol mixture was prepared by reacting phenol with sulfuryl chloride, S[O.
Hedman said the company is offering an alternative to sulfuryl flouride, a commonly used fumigant.
To control drywood termites and beetles, most homes are treated with poisonous gases, such as sulfuryl fluoride or methyl bromide, that penetrate wood.
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Additionally, once drywood termites have been detected, management options depend, in part, upon the extent of infestation: whole-structure infestations usually require expensive and complicated application of the fumigant sulfuryl fluoride or logistically difficult heat treatment (Lewis and Haverty 1996), while localized infestations may be managed via various chemical and nonchemical "spot treatments" (Lewis et al.
In humans, there are 13 cytosolic sulfotransferases that catalyze the transfer of a sulfuryl group (S[O.
These volatiles can be less toxic to humans than synthetic fumigants such as sulfuryl fluoride and dichlorvos, so this research may lead to the development of a relatively safe and possibly effective home remedy for bed bug infestations that involve smaller personal items such as purses, carriers and luggage bags.
The research, by University of California Irvine (UCI) researchers, discovered that Sulfuryl fluoride stays in the atmosphere at least 30-40 years and perhaps as long as 100 years.