This assessment shows some risks to workers who mix, load and apply chlorpyrifos pesticide products.
What does CPF stand for?
CPF stands for Chlorpyrifos
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- Central Provident Fund (Singapore)
- Centre de Pratiques Familiales (French: Family Practice Center)
- Centre de Promotion par la Formation (French: Promotion Center for Training)
- Centre Pénitentiaire pour Femmes (French: Women's Prison Center)
- Cereal Partners France (French cereal company)
- Certified Picture Framer (Professional Picture Framers Association)
- Certified Professional Facilitator
- Certified Professional Forecaster (Institute of Business Forecasting and Planning)
- Chance pour la France (French)
- Cheap Post Forum
- Church Pension Fund
- Cia Po Fari (Italian)
- CINCPACFLT (Commander-in-Chief, US Pacific Fleet)
- City of Pflugerville (Texas)
- City Parks Foundation (New York)
- City Parochial Foundation (London, UK)
- Civilian Personnel Flight
- Classification des Produits Française (French: Classification of French Products)
- Cleft Palate Foundation
- Client Protection Fund (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Insecticides, like Acetamiprid, Chlorpyrifos, Cypermethrin, Flubendiamide and Profenofos were detected in the vegetables; and specifically Chlorpyrifos and Cypermethrin were found to be above MRL.
]-ATPase and AChE to Cyhalothrin and Chlorpyrifos respectively, and also provide enzyme kinetic data for in field strain and compared with data obtained of lab strain.
However, the organophosphates malathion and chlorpyrifos are still legally used on many conventional crops.
For example, the data show that the average 6- to 11-year-old sampled is exposed to the nerve-damaging organophosphorous (OP) pesticide chlorpyrifos at four times the level U.
Chlorpyrifos (O,O-diethyl O-(3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyl)-phosphorothioate) is a broadspectrum organophosphorus insecticide, which is commonly used worldwide.
Nichirei's turn came June 11, when Tokyo health authorities found six times the level of chlorpyrifos allowed by law in spinach it had imported from China.
The company said it was notified by the Tokyo Quarantine Station on Friday that the amount of chlorpyrifos in 22 tons of frozen spinach imports was found to be three times larger than that allowed under the food safety law.