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|Cas No.:||50-65-7||Other Names:||Iomezan|
|Color:||Yellow Powder||Purity:||70%WP 50%WP|
|Application:||Agriculture,Insecticide,Pest Control,Soil Application||Storage:||2 Years,Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years,2~3 Years||Sample:||Availiable,free|
Niclosamide Systemic Plant Insecticide,
50% WP Yellow powder Agricultural insecticide,
Niclosamide Farm Insecticides
Niclosamide, sold under the brand name Niclocide among others, is a medication used to treat tapeworm infestations.
Side effects include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and itchiness.
It works by blocking the uptake of sugar by the worm.
Niclosamide was discovered in 1958. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines.
It is not commercially available in the United States. It is effective in a number of other animals.
Niclosamide's metabolic effects are relevant to wide ranges of organisms, and accordingly
it has been applied as a control measure to organisms other than tapeworms.
For example, it is an active ingredient in some formulations such as Bayluscide for killing lamprey larvae,as a molluscide,
and as a general purpose piscicide in aquaculture.
Niclosamide has a short half-life in water in field conditions; this makes it valuable in ridding commercial fish ponds of unwanted fish;
it loses its activity soon enough to permit re-stocking within a few days of eradicating the previous population.
Researchers have found that niclosamide is effective in killing invasive zebra mussels in cool waters.
|Chemical name||2 ', 5-dichloro-4'-nitrosalicylanilide|
|introduction||Niclosamide is an eampicide and a molluscicide. It can affect the breathing and carbohydrate metabolism of worms, and can kill many kinds of snails, roundworms, and beef roundworms (Taenia saginata), pork tapeworm (Taeniasolium), and cercariae (Cercariae). It is likely to disrupt the breathing process by inhibiting the body's intake of oxygen. In agriculture, it is mainly used to kill Fushou snails (also known as large bottle snails, apple snails, English Pomacea canaliculata) in rice fields. At the same time, it is used to kill snails (intermediate host of schistosomiasis) in public health control. Niclosamide can rapidly produce metabolic changes in water with a short duration of action. It is also used in commercial fish bream, which can kill and remove unwanted fish before the bream is replaced with new water. Niclosamide is very toxic to fish, but has only a short half-life in water. Use this killer It only takes a few days after the fish preparation to add new fish|
|Storage conditions||Keep in a ventilated, cool place and keep it tightly closed|
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