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43 Cards in this Set

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Any substance or mixture of substance intended for preventing destroying repelling or mitigating any pests, or any substances intended for use as a plant regulatoy whor defoliant or dessicant
Controlled pesticides are for use only by who?
A trained pesticide applicator
a trained pesticide applicator works under the supervision of who?
DOD certified applicator or by a specially trained site or shipboard medical dept personnel
Where are restricted and non restricted use pesticides procured from?
military supply system
substance used to control mites, scorpions, spiders, ticks and related organisms
substances used to control fungi
substance used to control undesired vegetation
substance used to control insects, sometimes used in a broader sense to include the control of arthrods other than insects.
compounds or mineral origin and mainly include arsenic, copper, mercury, sulfur or zinc.
Inorganic pesticide
groups of organic synthetic compounds with one or more chlorine atoms.
chlorinated hydrocarbons
chlordane, dieldrin, and dichloro-diphenyl trichlorethane (DDT) are examples of what?
Chlorinated hydrocarbons
synthetic compounds containing phosphorous
diazinon, dichlorvos and Malathion are examples of what?
synthetic compounds of salts or esters of carbamic acid
Carbaryl and propoxur are examples of what?
pesticides of plant origin
Pyrethrums and rotenone are examples of what?
D-phenonthrin is an example of what?
synthetic pyrthroids
pesticide formulation containing parasitic microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoans, nematodes or their metabolic by-products that control pests
absorptive dusts which scratch, absorb ot abrade waxy surface of the exoskeletal causing death by dehydration
poisonous substances applied to materials such as wood to protect destructive pests
actively repel pests and thus deter attack
substances that chemically sterilize pests thus reducing reproductive potential
herbicide treatment to control vegetation in a given area for 6 months or more
soil sterilants
compounds absorbed by and translocated throughout the host plant or animal to kill parasites sucking juice or body fluids respectively.
systemic compounds
synthetic hormone like compounds that prevent normal growth and or maturity of the target plant or animal species
growth regulators
what is effective for penetrating cracks an crevices and may be used around electrical equipment or power distribution
oil solutions
what can be used on synthetic organic materials around heat or open flame and with care on vegetation
what is used as foilage/grass sprays for application against turf pests as residuals against some stored products pests and for interior residuals in malaria control programs
material which reduces surface tension and therby enhances spread of solution or emulsion over a surface
spreader, wetting agent
material which when added to a pesticide increases the effectiveness of that pesticide
"Danger" "Poison" Skull and crossbones antidote statement "Call physician immediately"
Category I
"Warning" No antidote statement
Category II
"Caution" No antidote statement
Category III
No warning, caution or antidote statement. Unqualified clains of safety are not acceptable
Category IV
Highly toxic 0-50 mg/kg
Category I
Moderately toxic 50-500 mg/kg
Category II
slightly toxic 500-5000mg/kg
Category III
comparatively free 5000+ mg/kg
Category IV
A taste to a teaspoonful is lethal
Category I
A teaspoon to a tablespoonful is lethal
Category II
An ounce to more than a pint is lethal
Category III
More than a pint is lethal
Category IV