- Parathion-methyl, also
known as methyl parathion or dimethyl parathion.
- Methyl parathion,
sometimes called "cotton poison," is a chemical pesticide that
should be used only in open fields to control insects.
- Methyl parathion was
originally developed by the German pesticide company Bayer. It is a
non-systemic pesticide that kills pests by acting as a stomach
- Methyl parathion
hydrolase mph gene was cloned from a novel bacterium Pseudomonas
- Methyl parathion comes
in two forms: a pure form of white crystals and a technical-grade
solution (brownish liquid), which contains methyl parathion (80%)
and inactive ingredients in a solvent.
- A simple, rapid and
sensitive colorimetric dipstick assay for the detection of the
organophosphorous insecticide methyl parathion (MPT) residue in
- Field populations of
western corn rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte, were
collected from three different sites in Nebraska. Adult bioassays of
these three populations were conducted with different concentrations
methyl-parathion and at a diagnostic concentration (1.0 g/ml) to
determine resistance levels among these populations.
- The cholinergic system
has been proposed to participate in the development of dependence on
opioids this examined the effects of dermal pretreatment with methyl
parathion (MP), an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor, on the
development of physical dependence on morphine.
- The Agency for Toxic
Substances and Disease Registry analyzed concurrently collected data
on environmental methyl parathion (MP) and urinary p-nitrophenol
(PNP) at the request of the U.S.Environmental Protection Agency
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