Prothioconazole

Prothioconazole is a fungicide of triazolinthiones for use both as a seed treatment and foliar spray to treat a variety of diseases in cereals. Prothioconazole and the transformation product Prothioconazole-S-methyl are detected in the water samples and are of...

Main metabolites of metazachlor

Metazachlor is used as a selective lead herbicide against weedy grasses in cabbage, tobacco, rapeseed and potato crops. The main metabolites of metazachlor are metazachlorosulphonic acid (BH 479-8) and metazachloric acid (BH 479-4). Both metabolites are found in...

Bisphenol A diglycidyl ether metabolites

Due to cytotoxicity and genotoxicity observed in in vitro studies, bisphenol A diglycidyl ether (BADGE) and its metabolites may pose a health risk to humans. Quantifying exposure is an essential step to assess health risks associated with this compound widely used in...

Zearalenol standards

Mycotoxins are widespread contaminants of feed and food, meat, cheese, spices and beverages, coming from different kinds of fungi that grow on almost every kind of nourishment. Zearalenone and its major metabolites alpha- and beta-zearalenol are nonsteroidal...

Benalaxyl standards

Benalaxyl is a fungicide that has EU approval for use and is widely used. It has a low aqueous solubility, is quite volatile and a low potential for bioaccumulation. It is moderately persistent in soil systems and may be persistent in water systems. Residues of...

Lufenuron standards

Lufenuron is an active ingredient in the group of chitin synthesis inhibitors used to control and prevent biting and sucking insects in dogs and cats. Lufenuron is also sold as an agricultural pesticide for use against lepidopterans, eriophid mites (Tuckerella sp.),...