Carbendazim

Carbendazim is a broad-spectrum benzimidazole antifungal with potential antimitotic and antineoplastic activities Although the exact mechanism of action is unclear carbendazim appears to binds to an unspecified site on tubulin and suppresses microtubule assembly dynamic

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CARBENDAZIM 35% + iprodione 17 5%WP

Iprodione+carbendazim 52 5%WP: Specification (COA) Contect: ≥50%: PH:6 0-9 0: Suspensibility:≥75 0%: Mode of action: Iprodione can inhibit protein kinase control cellular signals of cellular functions including the interference when carbohydrates combined into the fungal cell components therefore it can inhibit the germination and

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Assessing physiological modes of action of toxic stressors

The mode of action of carbendazim was through a decrease in assimilation with an additional effect on the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) Cadmium increased the costs of growth with an extra effect on ROS production and pentachlorobenzene decreased assimilation We compared the present results with those of previous studies using

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Carbendazim 12% + Mancozeb 63 % WP

BENIFIT is a unique broad spectrum systemic contact fungicide with protective curative action Because of dual mode of action of Mancozeb and Carbendazim combination it provides excellent disease control for many diseases on number of crops Product Features: 1) Broad spectrum contact and systemic with preventive and curative action

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Determination of Carbendazim Fungicide and Oxymatrine

Table 1 : Chemical physical properties of carbendazim and oxymatrine pesticides Pesticides Chemical name Trade name Chemical formula Mol wt (g/mol) Mode of action Chemical structure carbendazim Mercarzole Carbendazole Bavistin C6H9N3O2 191 18 Systemic Fungicide oxymatrine Matrine oxide MatrineN- oxide Levo 2 4 C15 H24 N2O2 264 37

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Products Description

Carbendazim having systemic activity acts by inhibiting fungal mitotic microtubule formation resulting in inhibiting the development of fungal germ tube growth of mycelia Product Features: 1) Broad spectrum contact and systemic with preventive and curative action 2) Dual mode of action

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Systemic fungicides agrochemicals for wide use

Mode of action Carbendazim 50 sc is a systemic fungicide with protective and curative action Absorbed through the roots and green tissues with translocation acropetally Acts by inhibiting development of the germ tubes the formation of appressoria and the growth of mycelia

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carbendazim

Structure Formula : Common Name: Carbendazim (BSI E-ISO) carbendazime ((f) F-ISO) carbendazol (JMAF) CAS No : 10605-21-7 CAS Name: Methyl 1H-benzimidazol-2-ylcarbamate Molecular Formula: C 9 H 9 N 3 O 2 Agrochemical Type: Fungicide benzimidazole Mode of Action: Systemic fungicide with protective and curative action Absorbed through the roots and green tissues with translocation

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Technical Name CARBENDAZIM 12 + MANCOZEB 63 % WP Brand

Mode of action: Carbendazim belongs to Group A and mancozeb to Y - combination fungicide Carbendazim is systemic fungicide with protective and curative action Carbendazim works by inhibiting the development of fungi probably by interfering with spindle formation at mitosis (cell division) It is a broad spectrum systemic protective

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Carbendazim 50%SC

Mode of action: Carbendazim is systemic fungicide with protective and curative action Uses: Control of Septoria Fusarium Erysiphe and Pseudocercosporella in cereals Sclerotinia Alternaria and Cylindrosporium in oilseed rape Cercospora and Erysiphe in sugar beet Uncinula and Botrytis in grapes Cladosporium and Botrytis in tomatoes Venturia and Podosphaera in pome fruit and Monilia and

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Fungicide:ModesofActionandPossibleImpacton

Carbendazim Reduces the diversity of soil bacteria [31] Phenylurea Pencycuron May affect metabolically activated soil bacteria in short term [32] 4 ISRN Ecology Table 1: Continued Action mode Fungicide chemical group Common name Nontarget effects Nucleic acids synthesis RNA polymerase I inhibitors Acylalanines Metalaxyl Affects activities

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Mancozeb + Carbendazim WP

Mode of Action It is a mixture of Mancozeb and Carbendazim Mixture partner Mancozeb remains on the plant surface and acts by contact action (Preventive) It is fungitoxic when exposed to air converted in to an isothiocyanate which inactivates the sulphahydral groups of enzymes in fungi thus cause disturbance in fungal enzyme functioning

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Carbendazim 500

20 MODE OF ACTION: Systemic foliar applied or seed dressing Protectant that prevents infection of new foliage and fruit 21 PESTICIDE RESISTANCE: Some strains of disease may be tolerant or develop tolerance to carbendazim Use a rotation of fungicides with as many different modes of action as possible 22 TOXICITY: Poison schedule - S6

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Peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active

Residues of thiophanate‐methyl and carbendazim in air can be determined by HPLC–MS/MS with a LOQ of 20 μg/m 3 for thiophanate‐methyl and 4 μg/m 3 for carbendazim however a data gap was identified for a monitoring method for air to meet the LOQ of 12 μg/m 3 limit derived from the acceptable operator exposure level (AOEL) of 0 02 mg/kg

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Carbendazim 11 5% + Epoxiconazole 11 5% SC View

Carbendazim Biochemistry Inhibits beta-tubulin synthesis Carbendazim Mode of action Systemic fungicide with protective and curative action Absorbed through the roots and green tissues with translocation acropetally Acts by inhibiting development of the germ tubes the formation of appressoria and the growth of mycelia Carbendazim Applications

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China Carbendazim 20% + Fosetyl

China Carbendazim 20% + Fosetyl-Aluminium 40% Wp Fungicide Pesticide Metabolite Bactericide Find details about China Plant Growth Regulator Bactericide from Carbendazim 20% + Fosetyl-Aluminium 40% Wp Fungicide Pesticide Metabolite Bactericide - Sino Agro-Chemical Industry Ltd

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Carbendazim 50%SC

Carbendazim: Total content : 50%SC: Product performance (use): Mode of action Systemic fungicide with protective and curative action Absorbed through the roots and green tissues with translocation acropetally Acts by inhibiting development of the germ tubes the formation of appressoria and the growth of mycelia

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5 36 THIOPHANATE

metabolizing system Another possible mode of action for the carcinogenic effect may be the interference of the thiophanate-methyl metabolite carbendazim with mitotic spindle proteins leading to aneuploidy (see below) Thiophanate-methyl was tested in an adequate range of in vitro and in vivo assays for genotoxicity

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