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  • n. An organophosphate insecticide, dimethoxy-(3-methyl-4-nitrophenoxy)-thioxophosphorane.

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  • The effect is comparable to that of fenitrothion and chlorpyrifos-methyl, but pirimiphos-methyl appears more potent to malathion-resistant strains.

    8. Pest control using insecticides

  • The persistence is lower than that of fenitrothion.

    8. Pest control using insecticides

  • Residual fenitrothion was detected in fish in ricefields in 12 cities and counties in Sichuan Province.

    Chapter 6

  • The half-life of fenitrothion was 2 days and the residue curve formula was:

    Chapter 6

  • In all species, fenitrothion was more concentrated in fish than in the water.

    Chapter 6

  • The amount of fenitrothion (Table 6) in water decreased from 2 to 8 h then increased by 24 h; whereas, in the fish, the amount increased from 2 to 8 h and then decreased.

    Chapter 6

  • The residual standard for fenitrothion in rice grains has been set at 0.2 ppm in China.

    Chapter 6

  • Tables 2-4 indicate the degradation rate (%) of fenitrothion in rice and in the environment.

    Chapter 6

  • Over 90% of the fenitrothion had been broken down after 7 days (Table 2).

    Chapter 6

  • Accumulation and elimination of fenitrothion are kept in a dynamic balance.

    Chapter 6

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