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  • Marrs Timothy C (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    This chapter deals with some issues not covered by the remaining chapters in the book. These issues include the classification and regulation of pesticides and exposure including exposure to mixtures of pesticides. Newer ...
  • Dewhurst Ian C (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    This chapter focuses primarily on insecticides based on viable microorganisms. Other biological insecticides such as plant extracts e.g. nicotine, azadirachtin and purified fermentation products e.g. avermectins and spinosins ...
  • Vale Allister; Bradberry Sally; Proudfoot Alex (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    Some insects compete for our food, some damage construction materials and some are important disease vectors in humans and animals. Hence, it is not surprising that chemicals insecticides have been developed that kill ...
  • Woodward K N (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    Veterinary pesticides are used to treat a range of parasitic conditions in companion and farm animals. These products are based on a number of different compounds with different modes of action and different spectra of ...
  • Woodward K N (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    The macrocyclic lactone endectocides such as ivermectin, abamectin, selamectin and moxidectin have revolutionized the treatment of parasitic diseases in animals, being active against internal and external parasites. ...
  • Chambers Janice E; Meek Edward C (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    An overview of the major phase 1 and phase 2 reactions involved in the metabolism of insecticides in mammals is provided. The metabolism of some important selected insecticides within each of the major historic and current ...
  • Smith Andrew G (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    The use of organochlorine insecticides such as DDT, lindane and cyclodieneshas declined markedly worldwide over the last decades. Most are now banned or not used. At an acute toxicity level they have been relatively safe ...
  • Gupta Ramesh C; Milatovic Dejan (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    Organophosphate OP and carbamate CM compounds are commonly used as insecticides around the world. Some of them are extremely toxic to nontarget species, including mammals. OP and CM insecticides are acetylcholinesterase ...
  • Gammon Derek W; Chandrasekaran Appavu; ElNaggar Shaaban F (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    Pyrethroid insecticides are toxic to insects and mammals through effects on ion channels in the nervous system, with probable additional sites in muscle. Voltagegated sodium channels VGSCs have been studied most extensively ...
  • Rose Patrick H (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    The toxicology of nicotine and the neonicotinoid insecticides is discussed, with an emphasis on imidacloprid as it is the most studied neonicotinoid among the seven established members of the class. Neonicotinoids are more ...
  • Marrs Timothy C (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    The insecticides discussed in this chapter target structures and physiological systems unique to insects and similar creatures and are consequently of low mammalian toxicity. This is despite one group, the ecdysone agonists, ...
  • Solecki Roland; Niemann Lars (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    This chapter gives a detailed overview on the history, use and toxicology of substances of biological origin such as plant extracts rotenone, azadirachtin, quassin, anabasin and fermentation products from soil microorganisms ...
  • Marrs Timothy C; Dewhurst Ian C (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    The insecticides discussed in this chapter comprise a group of insecticides that are not covered elsewhere in this book, with the exception of fipronil which is discussed in detail in Chapter 12. The phenylpyrazoles fipronil ...
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  • Marrs Timothy C. OBE MD DSc FRCP FRCPath FBTS MRSC (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
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