Metabolic Maps of Pesticides

Metabolic Maps of Pesticides

1st Edition - June 28, 1982

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  • Author: Hiroyasu Aizawa
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323140751

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Metabolic Maps of Pesticides provides a summary of investigations and drawings of the metabolic patterns on pesticides that were collected with the aid of Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) for the years 1970-1979. Some maps were taken from the original reports, some were slightly modified for clarity, and some were tentatively drawn from descriptions in the original articles. The pesticides are classified based on their chemical structures as functional groups or based on common chemical nomenclature. The chemical classifications highlight the properties of the mother pesticides and the impact of their degenerative metabolites on the environment. Metabolic maps are provided for the following: acid amides, amidines and guanidines, anilines and nitrobenzenes, biphenyl ethers, DDT and its analogs, dithio- and thiolcarbamates, five- and six-membered heterocyclic compounds, imides, organochlorine compounds, oxime carbamates, phenoxyacetic acids, pheny ring fused five-membered heterocyclic compounds, phenyl(aryl) carbamates, phenylureas and related compounds, phosphonothiolates and phosphonothioates, phosphonates, phosphorothioamides, phosphates, phosphorothiolates, pyrethroids, pyridines, triazines, and substituted benzenes and miscellaneous compounds.

Table of Contents


  • Foreword

    Preface

    Acknowledgment

    1. Acid Amides

    Dicryl

    Kerb (Pronamide, RH-315)

    MT-101

    Mebenil (BAS 305F)

    Barnon (Flamprop-isopropyl)

    Propachlor

    Diphenamide

    Dual (Metolachlor), Antor, Alachlor, and Butachlor (Machete)

    BAS 3191

    TTPA

    Carboxin (Vitavax)

    Triforine

    Perfluidone

    2. Amidines and Guanidines

    Galecron (Chlorodimeform)

    Robenz (Robenidine)

    3. Anilines and Nitrobenzenes

    p-Chloroaniline

    Propham

    p-Nitroanisole

    Chloroanisidine

    DCNA (Dichloronitroaniline)

    Dinitramine

    Dinobuton

    BBD (N-Butyl-4-tert-butyl-2,6-dinitroaniline)

    Trifluralin

    Basalin

    PCNB (Pentachloronitrobenzene)

    4. Biphenyl Ethers

    Nitrofen, CNP, Bifenox (MC-4379), Oxyfluorofen (RH-2915), Chloromethoxynyl (X-52), and Preforan

    Credazine (H-772)

    5. DDT and Its Analogs

    Diphenylmethane and DTE (Diphenyltrichloroethane)

    DDT [1,1,1-Trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane]

    DDE [1,1’-Dichloroethylidene)bis(4-chlorobenzene)]

    o,p-DDT [1,1,1-Trichlorophenyl-2-(o-chlorophenyl)-2-(p-chlorophenyl)ethane]

    DDA [Bis(p-chlorophenyl) acetic acid] and DDM [Bis(p-chlorophenyl) methane]

    Chloropropylate

    Chloromethylchlor

    Methylchlor

    Methiochlor

    Ethoxyaniline

    Methylethoxychlor

    Methoxychlor

    Ethoxychlor

    Methoxymethiochlor

    TMMA [N-(α-Trichloromethyl-p-methoxybenzyl)-p-methoxyaniline]

    6. Dithio- and Thiolcarbamates

    Ethylene bis-dithiocarbamic acid

    EPTC

    (S-Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate) and Butylate

    (S-Ethyl diisobutylthiocarbamate)

    Benthiocarb

    Molinate (Ordram)

    7. Five- and Six-Membered Heterocyclic Compounds

    Pyrrolnitrin

    Tachigaren (F-319, Hymexazole)

    Ipronidazole

    Isothiazolinones

    DDOD [3-(3,5-Dichlorophenyl)-5,5-dimethyl-2,4-oxazolidinedione, Silex]

    Methazole

    Oxadiazone

    Dioxane

    Terbacil

    Norfurazone (SAN-9789) and SAN-6706

    Dimethirimol

    8. Imides

    DSI [N-(3,5-Dichlorophenyl) succinimide]

    Procymidon (Sumisclex)

    Captan

    Fluoroimide (Spartcide, MK-23)

    9. Organochlorine Compounds

    Lindane

    Polychlorinated norbornenes

    Endosulfan

    cis-, trans-Chlordanes

    Endrin

    Aldrin

    HEC (1,2,3,4,9,9-Hexachloro-exo-5,6-epoxy-1,4,4a,5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-1,4-methano-naphthalene)

    Dihydrochlordenedicarboxylic Acid

    10. Oxime Carbamates

    Thixofanox (DS-15647)

    Aldicarb

    Oxamyl

    Tripate

    11. Phenoxyacetic Acids

    4-CPA (4-Chlorophenoxyacetic acid)

    2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid)

    2,4-DB (2,4-Dichlorophenoxybutyric acid)

    Phenothiol

    2,4,5-T (2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid)

    Dichlorfop-methyl [HOE-23408(OH)]

    12. Phenyl Ring Fused Five-Membered Heterocyclic Compounds

    Fthalide (3,4,5,6-Tetrachlorophthalide)

    Thiophanate methyl and Thioureidobenzenes

    Benomyl

    Parbendazole

    Methabenzthiazuron

    Oryzemate

    13. Phenyl(Aryl) Carbamates

    MTMC (Tsumacide)

    MIPC (Mipcin)

    BPMC (Bassa)

    MTBC (m-tert-Butyl phenyl N-methyl carbamate)

    Bux

    Landrin-1 and -2

    Banol

    BPBSMC and BPMC (m-sec-Butyl phenyl N-methyl carbamate)

    Propoxur (Baygon)

    MPMC (Meobal)

    UC-34096

    Mexacarbate (Zectran)

    EP-475 and Phenmedipham

    Carbaryl (NAC, Sevin)

    Carbofuran (Furadan)

    Mobam

    14. Phenylureas and Related Compounds

    Siduron

    Monuron

    Monolinuron

    Buturon

    Clearcide

    PH-6040 (OMS-1804; Diflubenzuron)

    BATH (Benzoic acid 2-[2,4,6-trichlorophenyl] hydrazide

    Thiadiazuron

    15. Phosphonothiolates and Phosphonothioates

    Leptophos

    Inezin

    Dyfonate (Fonofos)

    N-2596

    16. Phosphonates

    Trichlorfon

    Surecide

    Glyphosate (Roundup)

    17. Phosphorothioamides

    Cremart

    S-2517

    18. Phosphoramides, Phosphoramidothiolates, and Phosphorimides

    Nemacur (BAY-68138)

    Crufomate

    Methamidophos

    Stauffer R-16661

    Cyclophosphamide

    Cyolane (Phospholane)

    Mephosfolan

    19. Phosphates

    GC-6506

    Dichlorvos

    Dimethyl and Tetrachlorvinphos

    Phosphamidon

    20. Phosphorothiolates

    Kitazin P

    R-3828

    21. Phosphorothioates

    Parathion

    Sumithion (Fenitrothion)

    Cyanox

    Bromophos

    Dasanit

    Abate

    Isoxathion (Karphos)

    Chlorpyrifos

    Diazinon

    Phoxim

    Salithion

    22. Phosphorodithiolates

    Hinozan (Edifenfos)

    Mocap

    23. Phosphorodithioates

    Malathion

    Formothion and Dimethoate

    Bay NTN 9306

    Supracide (Methidothion)

    Phosalone

    Dioxanthion

    24. Pyrethroids

    Pyrethrin I and II

    Allethrin

    (+)-trans- and (+)-cis-Resmethrins

    cis- and trans-Cypermethrins

    Decamethrin

    cis- and trans-Permethrins

    Fenvalerate

    25. Pyridines

    CTP (6-Chloro-α-trichloropicoline)

    DCP (3,6-Dichloro-α-picolic acid)

    Pyrazon

    26. Triazines

    (s-Triazines)

    Atrazine

    Bladex

    Prometone

    Cyprazine

    GS-14254

    (As-Triazines)

    Sencor

    Thiazuril

    27. Substituted Benzenes and Miscellaneous Compounds

    Monochloroacetic acid

    2,3,6-TBA (2,3,6,-Trichlorobenzoic acid)

    Dichlorobenil

    Disugran

    Chloroneb

    Bromoxynil

    (PCP (Pentachlorophenol)

    NK-049 (Metoxyphenone)

    1-Naphthylacetic acid

    References

    Author Index

    Pesticide Index

    Subject Index








Product details

  • No. of pages: 260
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 1982
  • Published: June 28, 1982
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323140751

About the Author

Hiroyasu Aizawa

Hiroyasu Aizawa is the president of HRCI, Hiro Research Consultancy Inc., Japan, and a professor at the Applied Science Research Center, Tamagawa University Research Institute, Japan. He has considerable experience in the field of pesticide chemistry, including chemical synthesis, residue analysis, metabolism, and regulatory issues, and in the field of biologically active natural products gained from working in academia, chemical industries, and toxicology institutes and collaborating with government institutes and universities.

Affiliations and Expertise

HRCI Hiro Research Consultancy Inc., Tokyo, Japan, and Tamagawa University Research Institute, Japan

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