- Fenobucarb is a
- Fenobucarb is a pale
yellow or pale red liquid, insoluble in water; used as an
agricultural insecticide on rice and cotton and highly toxic for
- Effects of the
insecticide fenobucarb on 2 mayfly species, Epeorus latifolium and
Baetis thermicus, were examined in indoor model streams.
- Aqueous concentrations
of fenobucarb residues in the model streams were 69]71% of its
nominal level until 24 h, except at low concentrations less than 2
mg ly1 in the water.
- Acute toxicity and
subacute effects on brain cholinesterase (ChE) of two of the most
commonly used insecticides, diazinon and fenobucarb, on adult native
snakehead (Channa striata) were evaluated in a static, nonrenewable
system, the environmental parameters of which, such as dissolved
oxygen, water temperature, and pH, fluctuated
similarly to field conditions.
- Fenobucarb and
Fipronil are sold as active ingredients
in separate insecticide formulations and they are potent insect
killers, with different mechanisms and reaction time.
Entrepreneur who wants the
information on "General
Information, Process , Effects, Technology, Consultants, Company
Profiles, MSDS, Market, Suppliers " can
email us to