diazinon


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di·az·in·on

(dī-az'in-on),
A sulfur-containing organophosphate compound used as an insecticide and cholinesterase inhibitor.
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(2015) examined the acaricidal efficacy of amitraz and diazinon in vitro and in vivo against Rhipicephalus pulchellus and H.
They request the most complete versions of the FWS biological opinions for chlorpyrifos, malathion, and/or diazinon (rather than early drafts) and Documents or a detailed written explanation by the Fish and Wildlife Service sufficient to show estimated completion dates for the three biological opinions.
Glyphosate, malathion and diazinon have all been associated with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, so the researchers may be on to something, the Harvard authors wrote.
The effects of diazinon on lipid peroxidation and antioxidant enzymes in erythrocytes in vitro.
Significant linear dose-response trends (p-trend [greater than or equal to] 0.05) were seen for chlordane, lindane, and diazinon in all participants, and for coumaphos among those over age 62 y.
En Mexico, se emplean varios OF como el clorpirifos, malation, paration-metilico, metamidofos y diazinon; no obstante, no hay registros claros sobre las cantidades que se utilizan (Hernandez-Antonio y Hansen, 2011).
Diazinon generates high acute toxicity to a wide variety of aquatic organisms, leading to a wide range of sublethal biochemical effects, damage to specific target organs and tissues, and adverse ecological impacts.
We observed that aging was accelerated in diazinon poisoning and while muscarinic symptoms were treated, nicotinic symptoms like muscle weakness lasted longer.
The most frequently used phosphate esters are malathion, parathion, phosmet, tetrachlorvinphos, azamethiphos, methyl parathion, diazinon, azinphos methyl, and fenitrothion.
In all, eleven pesticides (diazinon, chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, methoxychlor, malathion, aldrin, cyfluthrin, permethrin, fenvalerate, endosulfan, and DDT) were detected in the honey samples (Table 1).