DDT

DDT (`dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane`) is a colorless, crystalline, tasteless and almost odorless organochloride known for its insecticidal properties. DDT has been formulated in almost every conceivable form, including solutions in xylene or petroleum distillates, emulsifiable concentrates, water-wettable powders, granules, aerosols, smoke can.....
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DDT

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DDT

<chemical> This chlorinated organic insecticide was discovered by Swiss chemist Paul Muller in 1939. ... DDT has been especially useful in controlling mosquitos that carry malaria, but some strains of the insects have become resistant to it. DDT has comparatively low acute toxicity in humans (it is thought to cause cancer), but it persists fo...
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DDT

[gene] D-dopachrome decarboxylase is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the DDT gene. D-dopachrome tautomerase converts D-dopachrome into 5,6-dihydroxyindole. The DDT gene is related to the macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) in terms of sequence, enzyme activity, and gene structure. DDT and MIF are closely linked on chromosome...
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DDT

[professional wrestling] In professional wrestling a DDT is any move in which the wrestler has the opponent in a front facelock/inverted headlock, and falls down or backwards to drive the opponent`s head into the mat. The classic DDT is performed by putting the opponent in a front facelock and falling backwards so that the opponent is force...
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DDT

a chlorinated hydrocarbon used as a pesticide that is a persistent organic pollutant.
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DDT

a chlorinated hydrocarbon used as a pesticide that is a persistent organic pollutant.
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DDT

a synthetic insecticide belonging to the family of organic halogen compounds, highly toxic toward a wide variety of insects as a contact poison that ... [18 related articles]
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DDT

Abbreviation for D2D2T, details ...
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DDT

acronym: dichlorodiphenyl-trichloroethane (insecticide)
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DDT

An organochloride used as an insecticide. It has been banned since 1969 in most developed countries because it is a probable cause of cancer. However, it is still widely used in developing countries.
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DDT

DDT (from its trivial name, dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane) is one of the most well-known synthetic pesticides. It is a chemical with a long, unique, and controversial history.
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Ddt

Ddt is an insecticide discovered in 1939 by Paul Muller.
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DDT

DDT or 2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)-1,1,1,-trichloroethane, chlorinated hydrocarbon compound used as an insecticide. First introduced during the 1940s, it killed insects that spread disease and feed on crops. Swiss scientist Paul Müller was awarded the 1948 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for ...
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DDT

Di-chloro-di-phenyl-tri-chloro-ethane. Used as a Pesticide, it was extensively used during the Second World War among Allied troops and certain civilian populations to control insect typhus and malaria vectors, and was then extensively used as an agricultural insecticide after 1945. When DDT got into the food chain it caused problems at the top, pa...
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DDT

Dichloro diphenyl trichloroethane
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DDT

dichloro-diphenyl-trichloro-ethane
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DDT

dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane, a chlorinated hydrocarbon used as an insecticide.
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DDT

Dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane, a potent insecticide now only used for the prevention of malaria in specific regions of the world when approved by the World Health Organization (WHO position paper). It is classified as a POP. Under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Compounds, use of this chemical in Europe is subject to restrictions...
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DDT

dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane
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DDT

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane
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DDT

dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane; a moderately toxic chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide, formerly widely used but now banned in the United States except for a few specialized purposes because its extremely long half-life causes ecological damage.
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DDT

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane. Organic pesticide, banned in the U.S., but still used in some other countries.
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DDT

Insecticide discovered in 1939 by Swiss chemist Paul Müller. It is useful in the control of insects that spread malaria, but resistant strains develop. DDT is highly toxic and persists in the environment and in living tissue. The Stockholm Convention, which came into force in 2004, calls for a complete ban on DDT and eleven other organic pollu...
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DDT

The abbreviated name of a chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide, dichloro-diphenyl-trichloromethane. I
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