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Endosulfan, alpha

Name: Endosulfan, alpha
Description: Organic Compound;Pesticide;Organochloride; Endosulfan, Alpha is the stabler of two stereoisomers of endosulfan. Endosulfan is a organochlorine insecticide and acaricide. It is used to control insects on food and non-food crops and also as a wood preservative. Due to its toxicity and tendency to bioaccumulate, the use of endosulfan is banned in many areas.
Synonym(s): A-endosulfan-alpha, Alpha-benzoepin, Alpha-endosulfan, Alpha-thiodan, Beta-thionex, Endosulfan, Endosulfan 1, Endosulfan a, Endosulfan, alpha, a-endosulfan, a-thiodan
Abbreviation: C9H6Cl6O3S
Has role: Toxin
Super-category: Molecule
URL: http://t3db.org/toxins/T3D0057
*Id: T3D0057
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taken from Toxin, Toxin Target Database http://t3db.org/

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AbbrevC9H6Cl6O3S  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://t3db.org/toxins/T3D0057  +
DefinitionOrganic Compound;Pesticide;Organochloride; Organic Compound;Pesticide;Organochloride; Endosulfan, Alpha is the stabler of two stereoisomers of endosulfan. Endosulfan is a organochlorine insecticide and acaricide. It is used to control insects on food and non-food crops and also as a wood preservative. Due to its toxicity and tendency to bioaccumulate, the use of endosulfan is banned in many areas. use of endosulfan is banned in many areas.
Has roleToxin  +
IdT3D0057  +
LabelEndosulfan, alpha  +
ModifiedDate9 January 2010  +
SuperCategoryMolecule  +
SynonymA-endosulfan-alpha  +, Alpha-benzoepin  +, Alpha-endosulfan  +, Alpha-thiodan  +, Beta-thionex  +, Endosulfan  +, Endosulfan 1  +, Endosulfan a  +, alpha  +, a-endosulfan  +, and a-thiodan  +