carbaryl
noun Etymology: carbamate + aryl Date: 1963 a carbamate insecticide C12H11NO2 effective especially against numerous crop, forage, and forest pests

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  • Carbaryl — Général Synonymes Méthylcarbamate de 1 napthyle No CAS …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Carbaryl — Chembox new ImageFileL1 = Carbaryl 2D skeletal.png ImageSizeL1 = ImageFileR1 = Carbaryl 3D balls.png ImageSizeR1 = 150px IUPACName = 1 naphthyl methylcarbamate OtherNames = Sevin Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 63 25 2 PubChem = SMILES =… …   Wikipedia

  • Carbaryl — Strukturformel Allgemeines Name Carbaryl Andere Namen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • carbaryl — /kahr beuh ril/, n. a colorless, crystalline solid, C12H11NO2, moderately soluble in acetone, slightly soluble in water, less toxic than DDT, used as a contact insecticide and parasiticide. [1960 65; b. CARBAMATE and ARYL] * * * …   Universalium

  • carbaryl — noun A white crystalline solid of the carbamate family, a cholinesterase inhibitor used chiefly as an insecticide …   Wiktionary

  • carbaryl — A cholinesterase inhibiting contact insecticide. A pediculicide and ectoparasiticide. Toxic to humans, causing nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bronchoconstrictions, blurring vision, excessive salivation, muscle twitching …   Medical dictionary

  • Carbaryl — Carb|aryl   das, s, Freiname für eine Verbindung aus der Gruppe der Carbamate (N Methyl 1 naphthylcarbamat), die als Insektizid gegen Rinderzecken und beißende Insekten verwendet wird …   Universal-Lexikon

  • carbaryl — [ kα:bərɪl] noun a synthetic insecticide used to protect crops and in the treatment of fleas and lice. Origin C20: from carbamate + yl …   English new terms dictionary

  • carbaryl — car·ba·ryl …   English syllables

  • carbaryl — n. a drug administered in the form of a lotion or shampoo to kill head and pubic lice. Trade names: Carylderm …   The new mediacal dictionary

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