Thiram: Degradation, applications and analytical methods
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Diazinon (EHC 198, 1998)
UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME ON CHEMICAL SAFETY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CRITERIA 198 Diazinon This report contains the collective views of an international group of experts and does not necessarily represent the decisions or the stated policy of
Purification and characterization of a lipopeptide
Aims: To isolate an antagonist for use in the biological control of phytopathogenic fungi including Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, then to purify and characterize the biocontrol agent produced by the antagonist. Methods and Results: Bacteria that exhibited antifungal activity against the causative agent pepper anthracnose were isolated from soil, with Bacillus thuringiensis CMB26 showing the
Triadimenol | C14H18ClN3O2 - PubChem
A lactating goat received [phenyl-(14)C]triadimefon at 86.4 ppm for three consecutive days in feed. Triadimefon was detected at low levels in milk and fat (<5% TRR) but was not detected in kidney, liver, or muscle. The major residue identified was KWG 1342 glucuronide (6-47% TRR). Triadimenol and its conjugates comprised a major portion of the residue in tissues and milk (totals of 9-42% TRR).
Chapter 33 - Toxicology
Chapter 33 - Toxicology INTRODUCTION. Ellen K. Silbergeld. Toxicology is the study of poisons, or, more comprehensively, the identification and quantification of adverse outcomes associated with exposures to physical agents, chemical substances and other conditions.