dithiocarbamates

dithiocarbamates

fungal seed dressing unlikely to be poisonous for animals.
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Active Chemical ingredient group Thiophanate-methyl Benzimidazoles Pyraclostrobin Strobilurins Mancozeb Dithiocarbamates Copper oxychloride Cuprics Active Recommended ingredient dose Thiophanate-methyl 250 g of c.
Various 2-pyridyl 1-thioglycosides 12 and glycosyl dithiocarbamates 13, which are important synthetic intermediates and enzyme inhibitors in sugar chemistry, have been synthesized directly from the corresponding unprotected sugars by using DMC as a dehydrative condensing agent (Fig.
ZF embryos exposed to ziram early in development resulted in marked notochord malformations (see Figure S2b,c) similarly to other dithiocarbamates (Haendel et al.
Triazoles, strobilurins, dithiocarbamates, phthalimides, and benzimidazoles are commonly used fungicides.
To control these side reactions, various coagents like tetraethyl thiuram disulfide (TETDS) [20], heteroatomic ring derivatives [21], dithiocarbamates [22-24] have been used in recent years.
The active ingredient of antracol WP 70 propineb, belongs to a chemical class of dithiocarbamates.
The use of the follow pesticides groups by farmers were herbicides (glyphosate, bipyridyls, derivatives of pyridinecarboxylic acid, triazines, isoxazolidynone, triazolone, suphoniureas, ariloxialcanoic acid, and imidazolinone), insecticides (termiticides, organophosphorus compounds, pyrethroids, derivatives of ariloxialcanoic, oxime cyclohexanone and benzoyl urea), fungicides (strobilurins, dithiocarbamates, triazole, dicarboximide) and, with less frequency, growth adjuster and adjuvants (dinitroaniline).
The pesticides that have been studied are: Diazinon, Chlorpyrifos-methyl, Chlorfenvinphos, Malathion, Methalaxyl, Endosulphan and Dithiocarbamates and they were determined by different methods (Meneses et al.
Suitable addition-fragmentation groups include conventional reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) agents such as allyl sulfides, dithiocarbamates, trithiocarbonates, and thiuram disulfides.
In order to achieve a high degree of crosslinking in a short cure time, highly active accelerator systems are often applied, which are based on thiurams and dithiocarbamates.