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Summary The degradation of endosu1fan in plants, microorganisms (fungi, bacteria, and algae), insects, and warm-blooded animals is reported. Endosulfan 35 Table VI. Residues in tissues of female rats fed 5 mg/kg of ~ or sulfan in the daily diet. 02 mgjkg the limit of detectability. These low residues were representative of both 0: and {3 treatments (Dorough et al. 1978). Other studies dealing with the distribution of endosulfan (I) in the cat's brain and the rat's brain, respectively, were conducted by Khanna et al.

O CI CI CI CI CI CI OH CI CCI 2 0 II 0 0 / CH 2 \ CI CCI 2 CH 2 0H ErCH' OH I CI CCI 2 CI / \ CH 2 EtC I I C 6t \. / H :Investigating laboratory: Pharma Research Toxicology, Hoechst AG. Vehicle = starch mucilage. cVehicle = sesame oil. Endosulfan diol = Endosulfan alcohol (II) Endosulfan lactone (VI) Endosulfan hydroxyether (V) CI > 15,000 lOS- 11S c 165-290 1,750 1/31/1964 5/21/1971 8/25/1975 9/14/1966 ~ ;' E::s til 00 ::s tTl 42 H. Goebel, S. Gorbach, W. Knauf, R. H. Rimpau, and H. Hiittenbach After the uptake of endosulfan in the cell body, a strong holding-back effect can be observed.

1968) reported on the action of endosulfan on the predator Amblyseius swirskii (Phytoseidae). They ascertained that endosulfan causes an initial mortality in A. swirskii, but that the population after treatment recovers in such a rapid way that the number of predators/fruit reaches after 135 days two- to three-times that of the controls (Table XII). Sharma et al. (1971) reported on the effect of endosulfan on Chrysopa sp. and Brumus sp. (predators in cotton crops). According to these authors, endosulfan scored the most favorable result in a comparative test with methyldemeton, formothion, dimethoate, and thiometon.

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