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  • Fenitrothion is a contact insecticide and selective acaricide of low ovicidal properties.
  • Fenitrothion belongs to the organophosphate family of insecticides.
  • Fenitrothion is non-systemic, and non-persistent.
  • The complexation by cyclodextrin (??-CD) of three organophosphorus pesticides, fenitrothion, parathion
    and methylparathion, and of their carboxylic ester analogues was analyzed using PM3 and molecular mechanics methods.
  • The analytical method used in the Brazilian trials involves extraction of combined analytes of fenitrothion and esfenvalerate with ethyl acetate in the presence of sodium sulphate, partitioning by a mixture of cyclohexane and ethyl acetate, and cleaning by gel permeation chromatography. The
    analytes are determined quantitatively by gas chromatography using electron capture detectors (μ-
    ECD, Ni63 pulsing) for esfenvalerate and pulsing flame photometric detection (FPD) for fenitrothion.
  • Fenitrothion is registered for use in many countries on a wide range of crops.
  • Several methods for the determination of fenitrothion in cereal grains and their processed products were produced. Extraction with acetone,  acetone/water, methanol, acetonitrile/water or acetonitrile is followed by clean-up, partitioning into a suitable organic solvent and quantification by  GC-FTD, GC-ECD, GC with an FPD, or GC-MS.
  • Fenitrothion was evaluated for residual spraying in antimalaria programmes in a largescale
    field trial.
  • Physicochemical and insecticidal properties of fenitrothion microcapsule (MC) is used as a new residual spraying formulation for mosquito control.
  • The photodegradation kinetics of fenitrothion in various water media were examined under both direct and indirect
    photolysis with respect to degradation rate, half-life, and phototransformation kinetics of fenitrothion.
  • Fenitrothion is mainly used in agriculture for controlling chewing and sucking insects
    on rice, cereals, fruits, vegetables, stored grains and cotton and in forest areas. It is
    also used for the control of flies, mosquitos and cockroaches in public health programmes and/or indoor use.
  • The insecticide fenitrothion was able to penetrate the avian eggshell following exposure to Sumithion 50 EC (50 % fenitrothion) by immersion.
  • Canadian forests constitute 10% of the total forested land mass of planet earth [1] and are thus a key element in global carbon and other biogeochemical cycles.  Our forests provide habitat for an estimated 140,000 species of plants, animals and microorganisms
  • Forest management in Canada covers a spectrum ranging from extensive through basic to intensive with varying degrees of human intervention, financial investment and scientific basis 
  • In Canada, owing largely to difficult access, remoteness of sites, and inherent cost-effectiveness relative to other alternatives, herbicides remain the principal mechanism for controlling competing vegetation. However, in contrast to the United States, and many other major timber producing countries, only a few herbicides are registered for broadcast application in Canada
General Information
  • About Fenitrothion
  • Fenitrothion data sheet
  • Fenitrothion Explanation
  • Fenitrothion data specification
  • Fenitrothion

Company Profiles

  • China Company
  • Company from Victoria
  • Company from UAE
  • Company from China


  • Fenitrithion Residue and analytical aspects
  • Evaluation of fenitrothion for the control of malaria
  • Kinetics of decompositition of organophosphate Fenitrothion by
    decontaminating foam-making blends
  • Laboratory evaluation of Fenitrothion microcapsules as a new residual spraying formulation for mosquito control
  • Photodegradation kinetics of fenitrothion in various aqueous media and its effect on steroid hormones biosynthesis
  • Purification and Characterization of an Esterase Conferring
    Resistance to Fenitrothion in Oryzaephilus surinamensis (L.)
    (Insecta, Coleoptera, Silvanidae)
  • Fenitrothion and esfenvalerate stability during corn and wheat
    sample processing
  • Technical Fenitrothion


  • The Effect of aerially applied fenitrothion and chlorprrifos on birds in the savannah of northern senegal
  • A Case Study of the Use of Fenitrothion in New Brunswick: The Evolution of an Ordered Approach to Ecological Monitoring
  • Effect of temperature on an enzyme assay to detect fenitrothion resistance in Anopheles albimanus
  • Fenitrothion-induced cell malformations in vitro
    in Spodoptera exigua cell line UCR-Se-1
  • Involvement of Two Plasmids in Fenitrothion Degradation by
    Burkholderia sp. Strain NF100
  • A large-scale field trial of ultra-low-volume fenitrothion applied by a portable mist blower
    for the control of Aedes aegypti
  • Residues of Fenitrothion in chick embryos following exposure of fertile eggs to this
    organophosphorus insecticide
  • Fenitrothion in Drinking-water


  • Voltammetric Determination of Fenitrothion
  • Biosensor for Direct Determination of Fenitrothion and EPN Using Recombinant Pseudomonas putida JS444 With Surface- Expressed Organophosphorous Hydrolase. 2. Modified Carbon Paste Electrode
  • Electrochemical Detection of Fenitrothion Using Poly-(4-amino-3- hydroxynaphthalene-1-sulfonic acid) Modified Glassy Carbon Electrode
  • Sublethal effects of fenitrothion on forest passerines


  • Degradation of phosphate esters by molybdocene and tungstocene derivatives
  • Process for the preparation of insect repelling/killing film
  • Insect repelling/killing composition and method of use thereof
  • Insecticidal composition of endosulfan in fenitrothion for U.L.V treatment
  • Consultants from Canada
  • Consultants from Malaysia
  • Consultants from New York
  • Consultants from USA

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • MSDS 1
  • MSDS 2
  • MSDS 3
  • MSDS 4
  • MSDS 5
  • MSDS 6
  • MSDS 7
  • MSDS 8
  • MSDS 9
  • MSDS 10

Effects & Properties

  • Effects of long-term exposure to fenitrothion on Spodoptera exigua and Tenebrio molitor larval development and antioxidant enzyme activity
  • Impact of Fenitrothion Thermal Fogging on some Biological and
    Biochemical Parameters in New Zealand Rabbits as Non-target
  • Effects of oral administration of fenitrothion on biochemical and hemetological parameters in rats
  • Effect of the Organophosphate insecticide, Sumithion
    (fenitrothion) on the liver of Albino rats.
  • The effect of fenitrothion on spodoptera axigua larval tissues and the in vitro cell line: UCR-SE-1
  • Ultrastructural alterations induced by fenitrothion on fat body cells and midgut cells of Tenebrio molitor L. (Insecta, Coleoptera) larvae
  • Biological and Physiochemical properties of fenitrothion microcapsules as a residual spraying formulation for mosquito control


  • Fenitrothion Facts sheet
  • Pesticides in Forestry
  • NRA Review of Fenitrothion Occupational Health and Safety Assessment
  • Pesticide residues in food 2000 : Fenitrothion
  • Review report for the active substance fenitrothion
    finalised in the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health

Regulatory Act

  • Fenitrothion Review History and Regulatory Outcomes
  • Reregistration Eligibility Decision (RED) Fenitrothion
  • Registration Status of Fenitrothion Insecticide
  • NRA Review of Fenitrothion - Interim Report


  • Toxic Substance Profile : Fenitrothion
  • Fenitrothion: Toxicokinetics and Toxicologic Evaluation in Human Volunteers
  • Immunotoxicological Insignificance of Fenitrothion in Mice and Rats
  • Investigation of acute toxicity of fenitrothion on peppered
    corydoras (Corydoras paleatus) (Jenyns, 1842)
  • Fenitrothion - Pesticide Profile Information
  • Acute fenitrothion poisoning
  • Toxicity of Permethrin and Fenitrothion to six species of stored product insects


  • Fenitrothion SellingLeads
  • Fenitrothion Exporters
  • Fenitrothion Manufacturers & Suppliers

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