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|Purity:||95%||Application:||Insecticide,Agriculture,Pest Control,Insecticide/Acaricide,pesticide Additives|
|Appearance:||Light Yellow Liquid||Storage:||Stable Under Normal Storage Condition In Original Container,Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place|
|Shelf Life:||2~3 Years||Sample:||Available,free|
|Color:||Yellow Liquid||Function:||Insecticide And Hygine,Pest Control,Mosquito Repellent,insecticide|
prallethrin Mosquito repellent,
yellow liquid Pyrethrin Insecticide
Prallethrin is a pyrethroid insecticide. Prallethrin 1.6% w/w liquid vaporizer is a repellent insecticide which is generally used for the control of
mosquitoes in the household. It is marketed as a mosquito repellent by Godrej as "GoodKnight Silver Power" and SC Johnson as "All Out" in
India. It is also the primary insecticide in certain products for killing wasps and hornets, including their nests. It is the main ingredient in the
consumer product "Hot Shot Ant & Roach Plus Germ Killer" spray.
The World Health Organization published in 2004 that "Prallethrin is of low mammalian toxicity, with no evidence of carcinogenicity" and "is very
toxic to bees and fish but of low toxicity to birds.
Prallethrin is a member of the pyrethroid class of insecticides. Pyrethroids have historically been classified into two groups, Type I and Type II,
based upon chemical structure and neurotoxicological effect. Type I pyrethroids lack an alpha-cyano moiety and induce a syndrome consisting of
aggressive sparring, altered sensitivity to external stimuli, and fine tremor progressing to whole-body tremor and prostration in rats. These Type I
pyrethroid-specific behaviors are collectively described as the T-syndrome. Type II pyrethroids contain an alpha-cyano moiety and produce a
syndrome that includes pawing, burrowing, salivation, and coarse tremors leading to choreoathetosis in rats. These Type II pyrethroid-specific
behaviors are collectively described as the CS-syndrome (Verschoyle and Aldridge 1980; Lawrence and Casida 1982). Prallethrin is structurally
similar to Type I pyrethroids. The adverse outcome pathway (AOP) shared by pyrethroids involves the ability to interact with voltage-gated sodium
channels (VGSCs) in the central and peripheral nervous system, leading to changes in neuron firing, and ultimately neurotoxicity
Prallethrin has been evaluated for a variety of toxic effects in experimental toxicity studies. Neurotoxicity was observed throughout the database
and is the most sensitive endpoint. Effects were seen across species, sexes, and routes of administration. In the acute rat neurotoxicity study,
decreased exploratory behavior was seen at the time of peak effect. Reduced motor activity and transient tremors were also observed in the
study. In the subchronic rat neurotoxicity study, a higher arousal rate was observed in animals at the highest dose tested. Clinical signs of
neurotoxicity were also observed in other toxicity studies (subchronic and chronic oral studies in dogs, developmental toxicity studies in the rat
and rabbit, 21-day dermal and 28-day inhalation studies in rats). No neurotoxic effects were observed in rats in the chronic toxicity study.
|Product name||Prallethrin 95%TC insecticide mosquito coil pest control.|
Chemical Name: (R, S)-3-allyl-2-methyl-4-oxo-cyclopent-2-enyl-(1R)-cis, trans-chrysanthemate
Appearance: Pale yellow to amber viscous transparent liquid.
Specific gravity: 1.005-1.015(d420)
Boiling point: 140 centigrade degree(0.1mmHg)
Flash Point: 130 centigrade degree
Vapor Pressure: 3.3*10-4mmHg(25 centigrade degree)
Solubility: Insolube in water.Easily solube in organic solvents.(e, g methanol, hexane, xylene, acetone, carbon,Tetrachloride, kerosene, petroleum.
Stability: Can be stored over 2 years in normal condition, alkaline and ultraviolet radiation can drive it decompose.
Toxicity: Acute oral LD50: 440-1320mg/kg (rats), Acute dermal LD50: >2500mg/kg(rats ).Acute inhalant
LC50: >1650mg/L(rats). No irritation to skin and eyes of rabbits.
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|Applications||D-allethrin is used mainly for the control of flies and mosquitoes in the home, flying and crawing insects on farm, animals, and fleas and ticks on dogs and cats. It is formulated as Aerosol, sprays, dusts, smoke coils and mats. It isused alonely or combined with synergists(e. G. Fenitrothion) It is also available in form of emulsifiable concentratesand wettable, powders, synergistic formulations(aerosols ordips) have been used on fruits and vegetables, post-harvest, in storage, and in processing plants. Post-harvest use on stored grain(surface treatment)has also beenapproved in some countries.Chemical Name: (R, S)-3-allyl-2-methyl-4-oxo-cyclopent-2-enyl-(1R)-cis, trans-chrysanthemate|
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