- Monocrotophos is an
- Monocrotophos has
also been shown to cause delayed neuropathy.
- Monocrotophos is one
of the most toxic pesticides to birds and is extremely toxic other
wildlife, highly toxic to bees.
- Trade names for
products containing monocrotophos include Azodrin, Bilobran, Crisodrin,
Monocil 40, Monocron, Nuvacron, Pillardrin, and Plantdrin.
- Monocrotophos is a
widely used, and extremely dangerous insecticide.
- Monocrotophos is
metabolized and excreted rapidly and does not appear to accumulate
within the body.
- Leading pesticides
used in India include monocrotophos. Analysis of blood provides evidence
of exposure of the body to pesticides and gives an indication of the
body burden of the pesticide residues.
- The effect of timing
of monocrotophos application on its efficacy for the control of budworm,
Earias spp. on seed kenaf was evaluated for two consecutive seasons in
replicated field trials.
- The tolerance
phenomenon after repeated exposure to monocrotophos (MCP) was studied in
- The monocrotopas and
neem oil combination was found to be very effective in reducing the
- Leaching is an
important means of dispersion of pesticides in soil. The extent of
leaching is determined by the solubility, adsorptive properties and rate
of degradation of the pesticide, as well as by the natural water
movement in soil, and the physical and chemical characteristics of the
- An analytical method
has been developed for determining trace amounts of 39 kinds of
pesticides in water with high precision and accuracy by gas
chromatography/ mass spectrometry with a selected ion monitor.
- Flame photometric
detection method may be applicable to the determination of other
organophosphorus compounds after evaluation for desorption efficiency,
sample capacity, sample stability, and precision and accuracy.
- A method developed
for the detection of pesticide residues in essential oils, to apply
those methodologies to screen oils produced by major growers in the
industry and to produce a manual to consolidate and coordinate the
results of the research.
- A report highlights
the problem of mass OP-poisoning in India, resulting in high morbidity
and also stresses the importance of a good laboratory support in a
- It has been reported
that in an increasingly globalised economy, agrochemical companies have
been able to access and develop markets world-wide.
- India is now the
second largest pesticide manufacturer in Asia (after China), ranking
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