0000028642 00000 n 0000033037 00000 n Dimethoate is a widely used organophosphate insecticide and acaricide. 0000030488 00000 n 0000035340 00000 n 0000028217 00000 n 0000012387 00000 n Dimethoate was previously evaluated for toxicological effects by the Joint Meeting in 1963, 1965, 1967, 1984, and 1987. 0000020852 00000 n 0000030748 00000 n On the basis of minimal reductions in acetylcholinesterase activity of 10-20%, the NOAEL in a 12-month study in dogs at doses of 0, 5, 20, or 125 ppm was 5 ppm, equal to 0.2 mg/kg bw per day; in rats the NOAEL in a life-span study at doses of 0, 1, 5, 25, or 100 ppm was 1 ppm, equal to 0.04 mg/kg bw per day. 0000031867 00000 n 0000027102 00000 n 0000027419 00000 n In a 12-month study of toxicity in dogs at doses of 0, 0.025, 0.12, or 0.62 mg/kg bw per day by gavage, the NOAEL was 0.025 mg/kg bw per day on the basis of the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase activity. Dimethoate is rapidly absorbed after any route of administration in mammals. Toxicological criteria for setting guidance values for dietary and non-dietary exposure to dimethoate, Repeated dermal, 21 days, toxicity, rabbit, NOAEL = 1000 mg/kg bw per day (highest dose tested), Repeated oral, reproductive toxicity, rat, NOAEL = 1.2 mg/kg bw per day, reproductive toxicity NOAEL = 0.08 mg/kg 0000009832 00000 n 0000019963 00000 n 0000021866 00000 n 0000024492 00000 n 0000019711 00000 n 0000009738 00000 n Data sheet on pesticides . 0000023110 00000 n Dimethoate. The compound was reviewed at the present Meeting within the CCPR periodic review programme. 0000024385 00000 n 0000018803 00000 n 0000025450 00000 n 0000018874 00000 n 0000031009 00000 n 0000024057 00000 n 0000031116 00000 n Dimethoate is not expected to persist in air or be substantially transported via the atmosphere. or teratogenicity at 18 mg/kg bw per day (highest dose tested), Repeated oral, developmental toxicity, rabbit, NOAEL = 10 mg/kg bw per day, maternal toxicity. However, against this hypothesis, CYP3A4 dominates metabolism at high dimethoate … The study in mice was unsuitable for deriving an NOAEL because acetylcholinesterase activity was not investigated; the NOAEL in rats was 0.3 ppm (equivalent to 0.015 mg/kg bw per day) on the basis of the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase activity. In short-term and long-term studies, the potential toxicity of omethoate was limited by the onset of cholinesterase inhibition. 0000020480 00000 n 0000025921 00000 n There was no accumulation in fat tissue. 0000019194 00000 n 0000032777 00000 n It is rapidly metabolized in the liver. • On plants and pests that are difficult to wet, e.g. 0000035535 00000 n 0000021805 00000 n 0000024857 00000 n Adama Dimethoate 400 Insecticide PAGE 1 OF 11 Adama Dimethoate ® 400 Insecticide adama.com CONTENTS: 5 L, 10 L, 20 L, 110 L, 200 L ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 400 g/L DIMETHOATE (an anti-cholinesterase compound) GROUP 1B INSECTICIDE POISON KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING For the control of certain insects including aphids, … 0000021378 00000 n 0000023586 00000 n In a multigeneration study of reproductive toxicity conducted in 1989-1990 with doses of 0, 1, 15, or 65 ppm, the reproductive performance of rats was impaired at the high dose. Diméthoate (also available in English) Le 30 décembre 2015. A toxicological monograph on dimethoate was prepared, summarizing the data received since the previous evaluation and including summaries of the data presented in previous monographs and monograph addenda. 0000032122 00000 n 0000036299 00000 n Retour à la référence de la note de bas de page 15. Data and information have been submitted by the Dimethoate Task Force (BASF, Cheminova, and Isagro, via Scientific Consulting Co., Woellstein, Germany), Cheminova, and the governments of Australia, Germany, The Netherlands, Thailand, and the UK. with the release of the Dimethoate and Omethoate Review Scope Documents. 0000032579 00000 n Information on the absorption, distribution, excretion, metabolism, and toxicity of omethoate was therefore also considered by the Meeting. LOQ at a significant lower level than 0.01 mg/kg for dimethoate and omethoate, respectively. %PDF-1.5 %���� These data were taken from published sources such as previous JMPR evaluations of omethoate and national reviews; the original reports were not available for detailed evaluation. 4.10 Dimethoate, omethoate, and formothion (027, 055, 042) (T)** ** Evaluation in CCPR periodic review programme. This NOAEL was supported in seven other studies, each involving 6-20 volunteers who received doses ranging from 0.04 to 1.0 mg/kg bw per day for periods up to 57 days. 0000000016 00000 n Slowed conversion of dimethoate to its active metabolite omethoate is suggested by the lack of a substantial difference in BuChE inhibition (related to omethoate concentration) between patients ingesting and not ingesting alcohol, despite the higher concentrations of dimethoate in those with detectable alcohol. 0000024441 00000 n The precoital time was increased and the number of non-pregnant females was greater than among controls. 0000019781 00000 n 0000009550 00000 n Please contact us and our customer service team will answer all your questions. Dimethoate was rapidly and extensively absorbed from the gut and rapidly excreted. This option would allow the re-calculation of the chronic intake in particular for those crops were no use is registered. Appendix K. Review of ECOTOX database for dimethoate and omethoate Attachments Attachment 1: Status and Life History of California Red-legged Frog Attachment 2: Baseline Status and Cumulative Effects for the California Red-legged Frog List of Figures Figure 1. Residues of dimethoate and omethoate in protected butterhead lettuce (single-head samples) resulting from 1983-1984 supervised trials in the UK with a 40EC formulation at a nominal rate of 30 g ai/hl (Hill and Lontay, undated). 0000030804 00000 n 0000018984 00000 n 0000028110 00000 n 0000018843 00000 n The Meeting noted that omethoate is considerably more toxic than dimethoate; however, the levels of residues of omethoate resulting from the use of dimethoate on crops are likely to be low. Formothion (an aldehyde derivative of dimethoate, which has also been used as a pesticide in its own right, but is no longer supported by the manufacturer) was evaluated for toxicological effects in 1969 and 1973. Like other organophosphates, dimethoate is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor which disables cholinesterase, an enzyme essential for central nervous system function. • DIMETHOATE 400 EC should not be applied under conditions of high temperature. 0000030855 00000 n 0000026514 00000 n 0000021922 00000 n 0000036576 00000 n 0000035081 00000 n 0000010678 00000 n 0000029704 00000 n 0000027153 00000 n Citrus only: • Estimate the drip zone area of the trees and calculate the quantity of DIMETHOATE 400 EC required for each tree. 0000012138 00000 n In a published paper, dimethoate was cited in four human cases of contact dermatitis, and sensitization was confirmed in these individuals by patch testing. 0000021003 00000 n 0000029378 00000 n 0000018914 00000 n 0000024174 00000 n 0000019892 00000 n Surface-enhanced Raman spectra of dimethoate and omethoate. 0000019570 00000 n Dimethoate, omethoate and metabolites X, XVI and XVII exhibited low and very low persistence in soil which was confirmed in the confined rotational crops metabolism study conducted at the representative plant‐back intervals (PBIs) of 30 and 120 days in lettuces, turnips and wheat after a bare soil application of 0.56 kg a.s./ha (2.8 N rate). No evidence of embryotoxicity Residential and non-agricultural uses were cancelled in 2000. Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare; Chlorpyrifos. 0000010396 00000 n Studies of developmental toxicity in rats (at 0, 3, 6, or 18 mg/kg bw per day on days 6-15 of gestation) and rabbits (at 0, 10, 20, or 40 mg/kg bw per day on days 7-19 of gestation) provided no evidence of a teratogenic effect, although maternal toxicity was observed at the high dose in rats and at the high and middle doses in rabbits. 0000035020 00000 n bw per day, parental toxicity, Repeated oral, developmental toxicity, rat, NOAEL = 6 mg/kg bw per day, maternal toxicity. 0000019365 00000 n 0000034680 00000 n (60-51-5) (N-11758-100MG) ... Omethoate. Dimethoate was previously evaluated for toxicological effects by the Joint Meeting in 1963, 1965, 1967, 1984, and 1987. Biochem. Cabbage- or Woolly aphids on apples, add a wetting agent to the spray. 0000033952 00000 n 0000034239 00000 n The Meeting concluded that it has clear mutagenic potential but that the weight of the evidence observed in vivo was negative; however, the positive result obtained in a mouse spot test could not be completely disregarded. Preparation of this review was aided by reference to the results of previous reviews conducted by the Pesticides Safety Directorate, United Kingdom. 0000035188 00000 n 0000030024 00000 n 0000009362 00000 n 0000018357 00000 n Structure, properties, spectra, suppliers and links for: Omethoate, 1113-02-6. Add to Cart. 0000033747 00000 n 0000019224 00000 n 0 0000025123 00000 n 0000020647 00000 n 0000030283 00000 n Omethoate was 75-100 times more potent than dimethoate in inhibiting rat brain acetylcholinesterase activity. 0000019334 00000 n 0000022063 00000 n 0000007867 00000 n It is an irritant to the skin and mucous membranes.. Its toxicity and hazard potential are still under review because of concerns about its safety. 0000035789 00000 n samples No. 0000029495 00000 n 0000026089 00000 n 0000015845 00000 n The signs of toxicity were those typical of cholinesterase inhibition. 0000009174 00000 n 0000036161 00000 n 0000027783 00000 n 0000032894 00000 n 0000032258 00000 n 0000030075 00000 n Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 2011. 0000026038 00000 n 0000021580 00000 n 0000033383 00000 n 0000009268 00000 n 0000024651 00000 n Dimethoate (O,O-dimethyl S-methylcarbamoylmethyl phosphorodithioate) is an organophosphorus insecticide and acaricide used in agriculture and the home garden to control insects and mites. 0000034425 00000 n 0000010866 00000 n The purpose of this document is to discuss specific scientific issues related to the dimethoate hazard and dose-response assessment. 0000027368 00000 n There may be a need to re-evaluate the toxicity of dimethoate after the periodic review of the residue and analytical aspects of dimethoate has been completed if it is determined that omethoate is a major residue. 0000024918 00000 n In mice, an NOAEL was not identified, as cholinesterase activity was depressed at all doses after 52 weeks of treatment in a life-span study at doses of 0, 25, 100, or 200 ppm. The results of long-term studies of toxicity and carcinogenicity in mice (at 0, 25, 100, or 200 ppm) and rats (at 0, 5, 25, or 100 ppm) reported in 1986 and studies reported in 1977 indicate that dimethoate is not carcinogenic to rodents. Metabolic fate of dimethoate in the rat . 0000032005 00000 n 0000016245 00000 n An ADI of 0-0.002 mg/kg bw was established for dimethoate on the basis of the apparent NOAEL of 1.2 mg/kg bw per day for reproductive performance in the study of reproductive toxicity in rats, applying a safety factor of 500. 0000019923 00000 n No data were available to assess whether the effects on reproductive performance were secondary to the inhibition of cholinesterase. 0000036044 00000 n startxref 0000023852 00000 n was found in the urine within 24 h. The report of a study with methylcarbamoyl-labelled 0000028964 00000 n 0000022789 00000 n This work plan has been prepared to fulfill new legislative requirements intended to improve the transparency and predictability of chemical review decisions. 0000015150 00000 n ECM - Dimethoate & Omethoate in Water - MRID 46276301 (PDF) (11 pp, 246 K) DER - Dimethoate & Omethoate in Water - MRID 46276301 (PDF) (12 pp, 1 MB) Contact Us to ask a question, provide feedback, or report a problem. dimethoate and omethoate residues at the time of consumption, the difference in toxicity was taken into account (1998 JMPR residue evaluations, p. 510) by multiplying the omethoate residues by a factor of 10 for calculation of the sum of the residues. 0000020204 00000 n The NOAEL for reproductive performance was 3 ppm (equivalent to 0.2 mg/kg bw per day), but cholinesterase inhibition was detected at the lowest dose of 0.5 ppm. 0000008798 00000 n 0000008986 00000 n In life-span studies in rats (at 0, 0.3, 1, 3, or 10 ppm) and mice (0, 1, 3, or 10 ppm), there was no evidence of oncogenic potential. In a further multigeneration study of reproductive toxicity in rats at doses of 0, 0.5, 3, or 18 ppm in the drinking-water, there was evidence of epididymal vacuolation and fewer pups per dam at the high dose; these pups had lower weight gains and were less viable. 0000010490 00000 n The oral LD50 of omethoate in rats was approximately 25 mg/kg bw. No 42--Dimethoate. 0000022464 00000 n 0000022203 00000 n xref 0000021687 00000 n In a 39-day study in nine male and female volunteers, the NOAEL for cholinesterase inhibition was 0.2 mg/kg bw per day. formation of the oxygen analogue of dimethoate, omethoate; this step was followed 0000026836 00000 n 0000019640 00000 n Also Available . 0000026570 00000 n 0000010208 00000 n 0000033641 00000 n 0000023320 00000 n Dimethoate is nonvolatile, water soluble, and not mobile in soil, where it degrades with a half-life of appr… 0000032319 00000 n FAO/WHO; Pesticide Residues in Food: 1996 Evaluations Part II Toxicological- Dimethoate … 0000027046 00000 n It is non-persistent in soil, mobile but does not normally persist in aerobic aquatic systems. Omethoate has been extensively investigated for genotoxicity in vitro and in vivo. 0000032375 00000 n 0000029113 00000 n 0000023259 00000 n 0000034935 00000 n x�b```b`������������X��,�H 0000023959 00000 n 0000027634 00000 n 0000035596 00000 n 0000021261 00000 n 0000010772 00000 n 0000022111 00000 n The NOAELs were thus generally based on reductions in acetylcholinesterase activity in the brain or erythrocytes. Dimethoate is a systemic and contact organophosphorus insecticide registered for use in the U.S. in 1962 and used on several field grown agricultural crops (e.g., leaf greens, citrus, and melons), tree crops, and ornamentals. Dimethoate is metabolized in certain crop plants, with the potential for generating the more reactive metabolite, omethoate. expired air. 0000020903 00000 n 0000018415 00000 n To date, OPs that are known to cause IMS include bromophos, chlorpyrifos, diazinon, dicrotophos, dimethoate, disulfoton, fenthion, malathion, methamidophos, methyl parathion, mo nocrotophos, omethoate, parathion, phosmet, and trichlorfon. In a multigeneration study of reproductive toxicity in mice in 1965 at doses of 0, 5, 15 or 50 ppm, there was no overt effect on reproductive capacity, even in the presence of cholinergic toxicity. 0000015386 00000 n 0000024758 00000 n 0000010584 00000 n XI. The liver weights of animals treated at the higher doses tended to be lower than those of the control groups; there were however no microscopic changes, and the effect is unlikely to be of toxicological significance. It is highly soluble in water, has low groundwater leaching potential and is volatile. 0000032685 00000 n 0000032426 00000 n and humans. 0000023427 00000 n An ADI of 0-0.02 mg/kg bw was allocated in 1973. In surface waters, dimethoate and O-desmethyl dimethoate are detected. The purpose of this document is to discuss specific scientific issues related to the dimethoate hazard and dose-response assessment. 0000030227 00000 n 0000030948 00000 n Slowed conversion of dimethoate to its active metabolite omethoate is suggested by the lack of a substantial difference in BuChE inhibition (related to omethoate concentration) between patients ingesting and not ingesting alcohol, despite the higher concentrations of dimethoate in those with detectable alcohol. 145 0 obj<> endobj 0000027951 00000 n In short-term and long-term studies at dietary concentrations of 75 ppm or above, there were minor reductions in body-weight gain and food consumption. Décision de réévaluation RVD2015-04. 0000033490 00000 n The total toxicologically significant residues, calculated in this way, were used for the estimation of dietary exposure. 0000019294 00000 n 0000036416 00000 n 0000018632 00000 n Dimethoate Omethoate The present document was developed jointly between the U.S. EPA and Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA). 0000008009 00000 n an anti-cholinesterase compound Registered For: Commercial use Domestic use. by hydrolysis to a thiocarboxyl product, said to be the main metabolite in rats 0000027685 00000 n 0000025291 00000 n Data on the acute oral toxicity of dimethoate gave LD50 values of about 310 mg/kg bw in rats, 150 mg/kg bw in mice, and 55 mg/kg bw in hens. 0000026719 00000 n 0000018474 00000 n 0000025240 00000 n These issues relate to data evaluating … 0000021120 00000 n 0000018663 00000 n 0000027251 00000 n 0000030334 00000 n 0000017407 00000 n 0000020133 00000 n 0000023791 00000 n 0000035850 00000 n 0000036515 00000 n 0000026985 00000 n 0000026187 00000 n 0000030687 00000 n 145 347 0000019054 00000 n 0000029546 00000 n Omethoate (O,O-dimethyl S-methylcarbamoylmethyl phosphorothioate) is a systemic organophosphorus insecticide and acaricide used to control insects and mites in horticulture and agriculture, as well as in the home garden. 0000034377 00000 n 0000033205 00000 n 0000035137 00000 n The signs of reaction to treatment with omethoate were those consistent with cholinesterase inhibition. 0000019751 00000 n 0000034629 00000 n 0000010302 00000 n 0000026248 00000 n 0000036467 00000 n Buy high purity Dimethoate analytical standards from Chem Service Inc. at $68.40. Sandra Ristori 0000023693 00000 n 0000028847 00000 n 0000025557 00000 n 0000034573 00000 n 0000034767 00000 n As the use of dimethoate on crops can give rise to residues of omethoate, and omethoate has been used as a pesticide in its own right, previous Joint Meetings have allocated an ADI to omethoate; however, the primary manufacturer is no longer producing omethoate. 0000019435 00000 n 0000016622 00000 n 0000016543 00000 n 0000009644 00000 n 0000027578 00000 n 0000022728 00000 n 0000028483 00000 n 0000022895 00000 n 0000024324 00000 n trailer 0000033580 00000 n Broad spectrum control of sucking pests in a wide range of horticultural and field crops. 0000007236 00000 n Most-cited Publications. 0000019544 00000 n 0000031731 00000 n 0000020063 00000 n 0000022581 00000 n 0000021322 00000 n 0000032171 00000 n 0000034122 00000 n A major route of detoxification of the parent compound is hydrolysis of the C–N bond. 0000018733 00000 n 0000022525 00000 n Additional toxicology data and data related to occupational exposure were received from industry. The toxicological evaluation of omethoate, the major plant metabolite of dimethoate, revealed that it is about 10 times as toxic as dimethoate. The NOAEL was 1 ppm (equivalent to 0.05 mg/kg bw per day). In hens given a single dose of 55 mg/kg bw by subcutaneous injection or orally, dimethoate did not induce delayed neurotoxicity. 0000032635 00000 n 0000033439 00000 n 0000032518 00000 n 0000018592 00000 n 0000028698 00000 n One seems to result from thiono oxidation, leading to the 0000028376 00000 n 0000026621 00000 n 0000019610 00000 n 0000031779 00000 n 0000021064 00000 n 0000020735 00000 n appl. The previous ADIs of 0-0.0003 mg/kg bw for omethoate and 0-0.02 mg/kg bw for formothion were therefore withdrawn. 0000035906 00000 n Dimethoate is an organophosphate insecticide no longer approved for use in the EU and in other parts of the world. 0000036211 00000 n 0000033835 00000 n Retour à la référence de la note de bas de page 15. 0000020796 00000 n 0000036360 00000 n 0000031472 00000 n 0000034290 00000 n Buy Omethoate (CAS 1113-02-6), an insecticidal, acaricidal, and fungicidal combination of carboxamides and other pesticides, from Santa Cruz. 0000020103 00000 n 0000035702 00000 n IMS is usually observed in individuals who have ingested a massive dose of an OP insecticide either accidentally or in a suicide attempt. 0000009080 00000 n 0000018773 00000 n 0000033322 00000 n 0000021972 00000 n 0000019475 00000 n 0000019504 00000 n dimethoate and omethoate be reconsidered under Part 2, Division 4, of the Agvet Codes. in rats and humans. 0000022630 00000 n 0000026887 00000 n Active Constituent(s): 290 g/L omethoate. 0000029015 00000 n 0000030594 00000 n 0000022320 00000 n 0000033697 00000 n 0000024707 00000 n 0000010114 00000 n Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare; Our Services. 0000034884 00000 n Apart from the inhibition of cholinesterase activity, dimethoate had no effect on the composition of the blood or urine. 0000019821 00000 n 0000034003 00000 n 0000018944 00000 n Four metabolites with anticholinesterase activity have been identified 0000022845 00000 n 0000020279 00000 n 0000026780 00000 n 0000010960 00000 n 0000029439 00000 n Organisation mondiale de la santé, Genève (1980). 0000009456 00000 n Although a safety factor of 100 would normally be used in deriving an ADI from a study of this type, the Meeting was concerned about the possibility that reproductive performance may have been affected at 1.2 mg/kg bw per day in this study and therefore used a higher-than-normal safety factor. 0000031639 00000 n Dimethoate Omethoate S O H H P N P N H3CO S CH3 H3CO S CH3 OCH3 OCH3 O O The present document was developed jointly between the U.S. EPA and Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA). 0000014902 00000 n 0000025655 00000 n 0000019852 00000 n �L. 0000019154 00000 n 0000029968 00000 n 0000022993 00000 n 0000023908 00000 n In rats and humans up to 90% of radiolabel It is used to control insects and mites in horticulture and agriculture, as well as in the home garden. 0000031216 00000 n Dimethoate was not a skin sensitizer in guinea-pigs, but a 32.7% emulsifiable concentrate formulation induced sensitization in one of 10 guinea-pigs. 0000018703 00000 n 0000009926 00000 n 0000024974 00000 n $55.30. FAO/OMS. 0000020033 00000 n 0000024590 00000 n Historical Extent (2002) of dimethoate usage.....25 Figure 2. 0000034828 00000 n As the primary manufacturer is no longer producing either omethoate or formothion, toxicological data on these compounds were not made available to the Meeting. No evidence of embryotoxicity 0000018533 00000 n An ADI of 0-0.0003 mg/kg bw was allocated in 1985. 0000029174 00000 n 0000035652 00000 n 0000035279 00000 n 0000018329 00000 n The NOAEL for reproductive toxicity appeared to be 15 ppm (equal to 1.2 mg/kg bw per day) and that for parental toxicity was 1 ppm (equal to 0.08 mg/kg bw per day) on the basis of cholinesterase inhibition, but the Meeting noted that there was some indication that reproductive performance may have been affected at lower doses. 0000025982 00000 n 0000023054 00000 n 0000012800 00000 n 0000031277 00000 n 0000028432 00000 n 0000035956 00000 n 0000025184 00000 n 0000024225 00000 n 0000024118 00000 n 147 0 obj<>stream Dimethoate and omethoate in cherries were stable up to 6 months during storage at -18°C. 0000008290 00000 n 0000021171 00000 n In a poorly reported study in rabbits, sperm numbers and quality were adversely affected at doses equivalent to one-tenth and one-hundredth of the LD50. 0000020391 00000 n 0000032945 00000 n 0000020541 00000 n 0000008704 00000 n Further multigeneration study of reproductive toxicity in rats using dimethoate. 0000027517 00000 n 0000011064 00000 n 0000036632 00000 n 0000028049 00000 n 0000033896 00000 n 0000031589 00000 n The government of Australia reported stability of dimethoate and omethoate in mangoes stored for 3 months at -10 o C. Results of supervised trials on crops. 0000025823 00000 n 0000033154 00000 n 0000010020 00000 n Pharmacol., 18: 2429 (1969), cité au renvoi 2. In 1987, an ADI of 0-0.01 mg/kg bw was established, on the basis of a no-effect level of 0.2 mg/kg bw per day for the inhibition of erythrocyte acetylcholinesterase in volunteers. 0000019405 00000 n 0000029281 00000 n Skin irritation was minimal and confined to slight, transient erythema. It acts both by contact and through ingestion. 0000027844 00000 n Like other phosphorothionate pesticides, the parent compound is activated by cyp450 to the active metabolite, omethoate. 0000020597 00000 n 0000033098 00000 n 0000029643 00000 n In studies of developmental toxicity, there was no evidence of teratogenicity in rats given 0, 0.3, 1, or 3 mg/kg bw omethoate per day on days 6-15 of gestation or in rabbits given 0, 0.1, 0.3, or 1 mg/kg bw omethoate per day on days 6-18 of gestation. 0000025716 00000 n Add to Cart. 0000008892 00000 n 0000013833 00000 n 0000019993 00000 n 0000036105 00000 n Notes de bas de page 16. 0000023161 00000 n 0000026355 00000 n 0000022264 00000 n The Meeting was informed that the primary manufacturer is no longer producing omethoate; however, since the use of dimethoate on agricultural crops can lead to residues of omethoate in treated produce, the toxicity of omethoate is important in the context of the potential use of dimethoate. 0000031915 00000 n 0000008516 00000 n This ADI would usually be used only when assessing the intake of dimethoate itself. 0000022366 00000 n 0000030544 00000 n Omethoate (the oxygen analogue of dimethoate, which has been used as a pesticide in its own right) was evaluated for toxicological effects by the Joint Meeting in 1971, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981, and 1985. Customer Service. 0000035446 00000 n 0000028908 00000 n 0000031333 00000 n 0000028749 00000 n 0000023376 00000 n 0000019014 00000 n 0000023642 00000 n 0000035396 00000 n 0000029907 00000 n Ce document est publié par l'Agence de réglementation de la lutte antiparasitaire de Santé Canada. 0000029811 00000 n dimethoate indicated that up to 18% of the administered label was excreted in The Meeting therefore recommended that residues of dimethoate and omethoate resulting from the use of dimethoate be expressed as dimethoate and be assessed in comparison with the ADI for dimethoate. %%EOF 0000032838 00000 n 0000030166 00000 n 0000029760 00000 n However, against this hypothesis, CYP3A4 dominates metabolism at high dimethoate … 0000021428 00000 n 0000031533 00000 n 0000017073 00000 n TOXICOLOGY. 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