Biology and effects of endosulfan and dimethoate on marine molluscs
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Published by Nidhi Book Centre in Delhi .
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Subjects:

  • Tellinidae -- Effect of insecticides on.,
  • Insecticides -- Physiological effect.

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About the Edition

With reference to Vellar Estuary, India.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [156]-174) and index.

StatementT. Saradha.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL430.7.T3 S27 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 180 p., [28] p. of plates :
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3330129M
ISBN 108190208616
LC Control Number2004307563
OCLC/WorldCa57236959

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Reyna L. Camacho-Morales, José E. Sánchez, in Mushroom Biotechnology, Endosulfan biodegradation by fungi. Endosulfan is an insecticide that is applied extensively to coffee, tea, and cotton crops, among others. In its commercial form, endosulfan is composed of two stereoisomers, α and β endosulfan, in a ratio.   The study of Endosulfan effects showed larger abnormality such as mental retardation, cancer and infertility in the victims. But the pesticide and fertilizer industries were very fast to refuse the studies. Endosulfan is manufactured and distributed in India by Hindustan Fertilizers limited. Endosulfan has been banned in Kerala. Endosulfan is a chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide of the cyclodiene subgroup which acts as a contact poison in a wide variety of insects and mites. It can also be used as a wood preservative. It is used primarily on food crops like tea, fruits, vegetables and on grains. Effects of sediment‐bound endosulfan on survival, reproduction and larval settlement of meiobenthic polychaetes and copepods. G. Thomas Chandler. Corresponding Author. Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine Biology and Coastal Research, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina Cited by:

  The results published on August 4 in the journal, Carcinogenesis, by a team of researchers led by Prof. Sathees Raghavan from the Department of Biochemistry, IISc, Bengaluru show that endosulfan. Biology and effects of endosulfan and dimethoate on marine molluscs / T. Saradha. QL S27 A guide to sampling freshwater mussel populations / David L Strayer, David R. Smith. The physical chemical properties of α- and β-endosulfan, along with those for the primary metabolite endosulfan sulfate are tabulated in Table Table Physical - chemical data of endosulfan isomers and of endosulfan sulfate α isomer β isomer mixed isomers (*) - sulfate Melting Point, °C Table 3 shows the summarized histopathological effects in the mantle of great ramshorn snail exposed to endosulfan and control snails. The mantle of snails exposed to and mg/l concentrations of endosulfan for 10 days showed that the numbers of mucocytes and protein cells were increased, and epithelium cells were desquamated by: