Bibliography Number 71-12
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                    September 23, 1971

Adair, H.M. et al_.
  Drift of methyl parathion aerially applied low volume and ultra
low volume.
J. Econ. Entomol. 64(3):718-21, 1971.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 4(9):491, (Abst. #71-1847), Sept. 1971]
Archer, T.F.
  Kr;T;..iane residues on almond hull meal  exposed to ultraviolet
light irradiation.
Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 5(3):247-50, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:557, (Abst. #70-2132),  1970]
Barlow, F. and Hadaway, A.B.
  Effect of changes in humidity on the toxicity and distribution
of insecticides sorbed by some dried soils.
Nature 178(4545):1299-1300, 1956.
Barlow, F. and Hadaway, A.B.
  Interactions between insecticides, cellulose and water,
and their effects on insecticide toxicity and persistence.
SCI Monograph #29:3-17, 1968.
Barlow, F. and Hadaway, A.B.
  Studies on aqueous suspensions of insecticides.  Part VI,
Further notes on the sorption of insecticides by soils.
Bull. Entomol. Res. 49:315-31, 1958.
Barlow, F. and Hadaway, A.B.
  Studies on aqueous suspensions of insecticides.  Part V.
The sorption of insecticides by soils.
Bull. Entomol. Res. 46:547-9, 1955.
Benson, W.R.
  Photolysis of solid and dissolved dieldrin.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 19(1):66-72, 1971.
IABST.:  HAPAB 4(4):Zl5, CAbst. #71-0781), Apr. 1970]

Bohn, W.R.
  The disappearance of dimethoate from soil.
J. Econ. Entomol. 57(6):798-9, 1964.

Brown, V.K.H. and Richardson, A.
  The acute and subacute toxicity of an ultra-violet
conversion product of dieldrin (UVCPD).
Unpublished report, Shell Res. Ltd., 1967.
Burt, P.E. ejt al_.
  The influence of volatility and water solubility of systemic
insecticides on their movement through soil and absorption
by plant roots.
Ann. Appl. Biol. 56:411-18, 1965.
Bush, B. and Robinson, J.                                  .
  Residues of a photochemical conversion product of dieldrin
in edible oils and fats.
Tunstall Lab. Project #TC.5.2, 5 pp., 1965.
 Bush, B. Łt al_.
  The physical and chemical properties of a photochemical
 conversion product of dieldrin.
 Tunstall Lab.  Project #TG.1.1,  12 PP.., 1965.

 Casida,  O.E.  and  Ahmed,  M.K.
  Mechanism of residue  loss of  Hercules AC-528  components
 on  plant foliage.
 J.  Econ. Entomol.  52:111-16,  1959.
 Chang,  T.P.
   Why do some agricultural  chemicals  change  during  storage?
 Nongye  Jishu 11:24-6,  32,  1962.

 Cook, J.W.  and Pugh,  N.D.
   A quantitative study of  cholinesterase-inhibition decomposition
 products of parathion  formed by ultraviolet  light.
 J.A.O.A.C.   40(1):277-81,  1957.
 Cookson, R.C.  and Crundv/el 11,  E.
   Photochemical  isomerization of isodrin.
 Chem. Ind.  No.  32:1004, Aug.  9,  1958.

Crosby, D.G.
  Experimental approaches to pesticide photodecomposition.
Residue Reviews 25:1-12, 1969.

Crosby, D.G. and Leitis, E.
  Photodecomposition of chlorobenzoic acids.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 17(5):1033-5, 1969.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:122, (Abst. #70-0391), 1970]

Crosby, D.G. and Leitis, E.
  Photolysis of chlorophenylacetic acids.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 17(5):1036-40, 1969.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:122, (Abst. #70-0392), 1970]

Crosby, D.G. and Tang, C.S.
  Photodecomposition of 3-(.p-ch.1oropheny1)-1,1-dimethylurea
J. Agr. Fd  Chem. 17(5):1041-4, 1969.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:122, [Abst.  #70-0393), 1970]

Crosby, D.G.  and Tang, C.S.
  Photodecomposition of  1-naplxth.aleneacetic acid.
J. Agr. Fd  Chem. 17C6):1291-3, 1969.
IABST.:  HAPAB  3:292, (Abst.  #70-0954).,  1970]
 Dahm,  P.A.
   Effects  of weathering and commerical  dehydration upon
 residues of aldrin,  chlordane,  and toxaphene applied to alfalfa.
 J.  Econ. Entomol.  45(5):763-6,  1952.
 Decker,  G.C.  ejt al_.
   The accumulation and dissipation of residues resulting
 from the use  of aldrin in soils.
 J. Econ.  Entomol. 58:266-71, 1965.
 Frawley, J.P.  et al_.
   Insecticide  stability.  Effect of light on chemical and
 biological  properties of parathion.
 J. Agr. Fd Chem. 6(1):28-30, 1958.
 Frost, K.R. and Ware, G.W.
   Pesticide drift from aerial and ground applications.
 Agr. Eng. 51(8):460-4, 1970.
 [ABST.:  HAPAB 4(8):431, (Abst. #71-1590), Aug. 1971]
 Gerolt, P.
   Investigation into the problem of insecticide sorption

 by soils.
 Bull. Hid Hlth Org. 24:577-92, 1961.

Gerolt, P.
  Influence of relative humidity on the uptake of insecticides
from residual films.
Nature 197:721, 1963.
Getzin, L.W.
  Persistence of diazinon and zinophos in soil:   Effects of
autocldving, temperature, moisture, and acidity.
J. Econ. Entomol. 61(6):1560-65, 1968.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 2(3):73, (Abst. #69-0248), 1969]
Getzin, L.W. and Rosefield, I.
  Organophosphorus insecticide degradation by heat-labile
substances in soil.
0. Agr. Fd Chem. 16:598-601, 1968.
Guerrant, G.O. ejt al_.
  Pesticide residues in Hale County, Texas, before and after
ultra-low volume aerial application of malatfiion.
Pest. Monitor. J. 4(1):14-20, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:323,  {Abst.  #70-1048), 1970]
Hadaway, A.B. and Barlow, F.
  The influence of temperature and h.umidity upon the action
of insecticides.  I.  During the post-treatment period.
Ann. Trop. Med. Parasitol. 51(2):187-93, 1957.
Hadaway, A.B. and Barlow, F.
  The influence of temperature and humidity upon the action
of insecticides.  II. Temperature during the pretreatment period.
Ann. Trop. Med. Parasitol. 51C2):194-200, 1957.
Hadaway, A.B. and Barlow, F.
  The residual action of two Organophosphorus compounds and
a carbamate on dried rruds.
Bull. Hid Hlth.0rg. 28:69-76, 1963.
Harris, C.R. and Lichtenstein, E.p.
  Factors affecting the volatilization of insecticidal
residues from soils.
J. Econ. Entomol. 54:1038-45, 1961.
Hartley, G.S.
  Physico-chemical aspects of the availability of herbicides in
In:  Herbicides and the Soil, edited by L.K.  Woodford,
Blackwell  Scientific Publ., Oxford, pp. 63-78, 1960.

Henderson, G.L.  and Crosby,  D.G.
  Photodecomposition of dieldrin  and aldrin.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 15(5):888-93,  1967.
[ABST.:  C.A. 67:99140p, 1967]

Hightower, E.G.
  Bioassays of weathered residues of several  organophosphorus
J. Econ. Entomol. 52(5):840-2,  1959.

Hightower, B.G.  and Martin, D.F.
  Effects of certain climatic factors on the toxicities of
several organic phosphorus insecticides.
J. Econ. Entomol. 51(5):669, 1958.
Hopkins, T.L.
  Humidity effects on the persistence of malathion leaf
surface residues.
J. Econ. Entomol. 60(4):1167-8, 1967.
 Hoskins, W.M.                                        .   J
   Mathematical treatment of the rate of loss of pesticide residues,
 FAO  Plant  Protection Bull. 9(9):163-8, 1961.

 Ivie,  G.W.  and Casida,  J.E.
   Enhancement of  photoalteration of cyclodiene insecticide
 chemical residues by rotenone.
 Science  167(3925):1620-2,  1970.
 IABST.:  HARAS 3:354,  (Abst.  #70-1191), 1970]

 Ivie,  G.W.  and Casida,  J.E.
   Sensitized  photodecomposition and photosensitizer activity
 of pesticide  chemicals  exposed to  sunlight  on  silica gel
 J. Agr.  Fd Chem.  19(3):405-9, 1971.
 [ABST.:  HAPAB 4(8):461,  (Abst. #71-1711),  1971]

 Ivie,  G.W.  and Casida,  J.E.
   Photosensitizers for the accelerated degradation of chlorinated
 cyclodienes and  other  insecticide  chemicals exposed to sunlight
 on bean  leaves.
 J. Agr.  Fd Chem.  19(3):410-6, 1971.
 '[ABST.:   HAPAB 4(8):461,  (Abst. #71-1712),  1971]
 Jarboe, R.H.
   Radio-labeled synthesis, purification, photodisintegration
 and biological fate studies of the agricultural  chemicals
 2,3,5-triiodobenzoic acid and 2-nitro-l.l-bis-p-chlorophenyl-

 Dissertation Abstr. Intern. 30(9):40738-4B  1970.
 [ABST™  HAPAB 3:577, (Abst. #70-2210), 1970]

Jordan, L.S.  et aj_.
  Nonbiological detoxication of the s-triazine herbicides,
Residue Reviews 32:267-86, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 4(5):295, (Abst. #71-1066), May 1971]

Kalkat, G.S.  ejt al.
  The effect of controlled temperature and humidity on
the residual  life of certain insecticides.
J. Econ. Entomol. 54:1186-90, 1961.
Kearney, P.C.
  "Decomposition of Pesticides"
McGraw-Hill Yearbook Sci. and Technol., 374-5, 1966.
Kearney, P.C. and Helling, C.S.
  Reactions of pesticides in soils.
Residue Reviews 25:25-44, 1969.
Kuwahara, M. ert al_.                                            .
  The photochemical reaction of pentachlorophenol.   IV. Biological
activity of photodecomposition products and their derivatives.
Nippon  Nogeikagaku  Kaishi 44(4):169-74, 1970.
IABST.:  HAPAB 3:533,  (Abst. ,770-2015), 1970]
 Lichtenstein,  E.P.
   Movement  of  insecticides  in  soils  under  leaching  and
 non-leaching conditions.
 J.  Econ.  Entomol.  51:380-3,  1958.
 Lichtenstein,  E.P.
   Persistence  and  behavior of pesticidal  residues  in  soils.
 Arch.  Environ.  Hlth  10:825-6, 1965.
 Lichtenstein,  E.P.  and  Schulz,  K.R.
   Persistence  of some chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides
 as influenced  by soil types,  rate of application and  temperature.
 J. Econ.  Entomol.  52:124-31,  1959.
 Lichtenstein,  E.P.  and Schulz,  K.R.
 "  Effect of soil  cultivation, soil  surface and water on the
 persistence of insecticidal  residues in soils.
 J. Econ. Entomol. 54:517-22, 1961.
 Lichtenstein, E.P.  and Schulz, K.R.
   The effects of moisture and microorganisms on the persistence
 and metabolism of some organophosphorus insecticides in
 soils, with special emphasis on parathion.
 J. Econ. Entomol. 57(5):618-27, 1964.

McGuire, R.R.
  The photochemical reactions of heptachlor:   Kinetics and
Dissertation Abstr. Intern.  31(3):1175B, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 4(3):149, CAbst. #71-0544), Mar. 1971]
McGuire, R.R. ejt al_.
  Photochemistry of bioactive compounds.  Photolysis of
(cage formation vs. photodechlorination).
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 18(2):319-21, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:407, (Abst. #70-1426), 1970]
Malone, C.R. ejt al_.
  Insecticides-induced responses in an old field ecosystems.
Persistence of diazinon in the soil.
Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 2(2):83-9, 1967.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 2:18, (Abst. #00617-67), 1967]
Matsuo, H. and Casida, J.E.
  Photodegradation of two dinitrophenolic pesticide chemicals,
dinobuton and dinoseb, applied to bean leaves.
Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 5(l):72-8, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:517, (Abst. #70-1938), 1970]
Miller, L.L. and Narang, R.S.
  Induced photolysis of DDT.
Science 169(3943):368-70, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:483, CAbst. #70-1766), 1970]
Moubry, R.J. ejt a].
  Dieldrin residue in an orchard-dairy area of Wisconsin.
Pest. Monitor. J. 2(l):51-4, 1968.
Munakata, K. and Kuwahara, M.
  Photochemical degradation products of pentachlorophenol.
Residue Reviews 25:12-23, 1969.
Pape, B.E. and Zabik, M.J.
  Photochemistry of bioactive compounds.  Photochemistry
of selected 2-chloro- and 2-methylthio-4,6-di-(alkylamino)-s-
triazine herbicides.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 18(2):202-7, 1970.
IABST.:  HAPAB 3:406, (Abst. #70-1424), 1970]
Pape, B.E. ejt cfL
  Photochemistry of bioactive compounds.  Photodecomposiiton
of 2-(l,3-dioxolane-2-yl)-phenyl-N-methyl carbamate.
J. Agr. Fd Ciiem. 13(3):4S3-3. 1970.
IABST.:  HAPAS 3:475, (AL-I. #70-1711), 1970]

Payton, J.
  Parathion and ultra-violet light.
Nature 171:355-6, 1953.
Plinuner, J.R.  ejt al.
  Photooxidation of DDT and DDE.
Science 167(3914):67-9, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:250, (Abst.  #70-0813), 1970]
 Plimmer, J.R.
  The photochemistry of halogenated herbicides.
Residue Reviews 33:47-74, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB  4(6):346, (Abst.  #71-1272), June  1971]
Plimmer, J.R.  ejt al_.
  Photochemical  desulfurization of methylthio-s-triazines.
Tetrahedron Letters No.  44:3891-2, 1969.
[ABST.:   HAPAB 3:483, (Abst.  #70-1767), 1970]
Porter, L.K.  and Beard, H.E.
  Retention and volatilisation of lindane and DDT in the
presence of organic colloids  isolated from soils and leonardite.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 16(2):344-7, 1968.
Quinby, G.E.
  Physiochemical  changes in pesticides after formulation causing
health hazards.
Toxicol. Appl.  Pharmacol. 10C2):390, 1967.
Robinson, J.  et al.
  A photoisomerisation product of dieldrin.
Bull. Environ. Contain. Toxicol. l(4):127-32, 1966.
Roburn, "J.
  Effect of sunlight and ultraviolet radiation on chlorinated
pesticide residues.
Chem. Ind. No.  38:1555-6, 1963.
Rose, W.W. and Mercer, W.A.
  Fate of insecticides in composted agricultural wastes,
Nat. Canners Assoc. Prog. Rep., Pt. 1, July 1968.
Rosen, J.D.  and Siewierski, M.
  Sensitized photolysis of heptachlor.
J.  Agr. Fd Chem. 18(5):943, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:530, (Abst. #70-2004), 1970]

Rosen, J.D.  and Siewierski,  M.                  .,.<».,,•
  Synthesis  and properties  of 4-(3,4-dichloroamlino)-3,3  -
J. Agr. Fd Chan.  19(1):50-1, 1971.
[ASST.:  HAPAB 4(4):214, (Abst.  #71-0778),  Apr.  1971]

Rosen, J.D.  and Sutherland,  D.J.
  The nature and toxicity of the photoconversion products  of
Unpublished manuscript.

Rosen, J.D.  et_ a]_.
  The photochemical isomerization of dieldrin and endnn
and effects on toxicity.
Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol.  1(4):133-40, 1966.
Rosen, J.D. e_t al_.
   FMN-sensitized photolyses of chloroanilines.
J. Agr. Fd Chem. 18(3):494-6, 1970.
[ABST.:  HAPAB 3:476,  (Abst. #70-1742), 1970]
 Sandi,  E.
   Reduction of  parathion induced by light.
 Nature  181(4607):499,  1958.

 Schaefer,  C.H.  and  Dupras, E.
   The effects of water quality, temperature, and light on the stability
 of organophosphorus larvicides used for mosquito control.
 Proc. Papers Ann. Conf. Calif. Mosquito Control Assoc. 37:67-75,

 [ABST.:  HAPAB  4(2):69, (Abst. #71-0259),  Feb. 1971]

 Society of Chemical Industry
   Symposium on  the  physico-chemical and biophysical factors  affecting
 the activity of pesticides, 1967.
 SCI Monograph  #29,  1968.

 Starr,  R.I. and Johnsen,  R.E.
   Laboratory method for determining the rate of volatilization
 of insecticides from plants.
 J. Agr. Fd Chem.  16:411-14, 1968.

 Thruston, A.D.
   Preliminary  studies on  weathering of chlordane  residues.
 J.A.O.A.C. 48(5):952-4, 1965.

 U.S.  Department of Agriculture
   Symposium—The nature and fate of chemicals applied to  soils,
 plants, and animals.
 ARS 20-9, Sept. 1960.
Van der Zweep, H.
  The persistence of some  important herbicides  in the soil
In:  Herbicides and the Soil, edited by L.K. Hoodford,
Blackwell Scientific Publ., Oxford, pp. 79-88,  1960.

Willis, 6.H. et al_.
  A system for monitoring  atmospheric concentrations of
field-applied pesticides.
Pest. Monitor. J. 3(3):172-6, 1969.
[ABSTj':  HAPAB 3:182, (Abst. #70-0586), 1970]

Yates, W.E. et al_.
  Physical factors related to distribution patterns, and
drift hazards from aerial  applications.
Proc. 3rd NE Aerial Appl.  Conf., Mar.  8-9, pp. 46-80, 1967.

Zabik, M.J. et al_.
  Photochemistry of bioactive compounds.  Studies of a
major photolytic product of endrin.
J. Agr.  Fd Chem.  19(2):308-13, 1971.
[ABST.:   HAPAB 4(6):339, (Abst.  #71-1246), June 1971]