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Methiocarb

Methiocarb is a chemical mainly used as a bird repellent and as a insecticide. It is toxic to humans, not listed as a carcinogen,[2] is toxic to reproductive organs, and a potent neurotoxin. Methiocarb can also cause acute toxicity in humans if anyone is exposed to it for long periods of time. Methiocarb is also a known poison to water organisms.

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Methoprene

Methoprene is a compound that mimics the action of an insect growth rgulation hormone.

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Myristicin

Myristicin is a phenylpropene, a natural organic compound present in small amounts in the essential oil of nutmeg and to a lesser extent in other spices such as parsley and dill. It is a naturally occurring insecticide and acaricide with possible neurotoxic effects on neuroblastoma cells. It has psychoactive properties at doses much higher than used in cooking. It is a weak inhibitor of monoamine oxidase.

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Nudrin 225

Nudrin 225 is a short residual carbamate insecticide used for control of a number of insects including Alticinae, Aphididae and Lepidoptera in a wide range of crops.

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Permethrin

Permethrin is a common synthetic chemical, widely used as an insecticide, acaricide and insect repellent. It belongs to the family of synthetic chemicals called pyrethroids and functions as a neurotoxin, affecting neuron membranes by prolonging sodium channel activation. It is not known to rapidly harm most mammals or birds, but is dangerously toxic to cats and fish. It generally has a low mammalian toxicity and is poorly absorbed by skin.

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Phenothrin

Phenothrin is a synthetic pyrethroid that kills adult fleas and ticks. It has also been used to kill head lice in humans. D-Phenothrin is used as a component of aerosol insecticides for domestic use. It is often used with methoprene, an insect growth regulator that interrupts the insect's biological life cycle by killing the eggs.

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Polygodial

Polygodial is a drimane-type sesquiterpene dialdehyde. It elicits a warm and pungent flavour. The biological activity of polygodial has been reported in the scientific literature to include antifungal and antimicrobial activities, antihyperalgesia, potent attachment-inhibitory activity, insect antifeedant activity, antinociception vasorelaxation action in vessels of rabbit and guinea pig, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic activities. Polygodial’s primary antifungal action is as a nonionic surfactant, disrupting the lipid-protein interface of integral proteins nonspecifically, denaturing their functional conformation. It is also likely that polygodial permeates by passive diffusion across the plasma membrane, and once inside the cells may react with a variety of intracellular compounds. It is also used as an insecticide for its antifeedant property, which causes insects to starve.

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Prothiofos

Prothiofos is used as an insecticide.

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