Abstract: An insect feeding station have a central poison area, guide and baffle walls leading from the periphery of the station to the central poison area and a cover, optionally having transparent means to view said poison area. When the cover is transparent, or a portion or sections, thereof is transparent, the poison compartment may have a contrasting a luminous color under the poison to make removal of poison easily detectable.
Abstract: A gel insecticide bait to be contained in a pressurized container, for dispensing a bead of gel bait in cracks, crevices and the like for destroying insects, in particular cockroaches, said composition comprising an oil-in-water emulsion of a pentadienone toxicant-fatty acid mixture in a corn syrup solution, together with a gellant.
Abstract: A solid, non-particulate, non-flowable, non-repellant insecticide bait composition for consumer household control of cockroaches, comprises an insecticide compound, a food attractant system, and a flowable binder, wherein said composition is more readily flowable and process able.
Abstract: Novel nucleophilic tertiary organophosphines and the specific cleavage of peptide bonds by nucleophilic tertiary organophosphines. This invention is of particular utility in providing chemical agents for use in the cleavage of proteins and the determination of the amino acid sequence of proteins.
Abstract: As an attractant composition for cockroaches, a furanone compound having the formula ##STR1## where R' is H or CH.sub.3 ; R" is H, a straight chain or cyclic hydrocarbon moiety of 1 to 12 carbon atoms; oxy-alkyl and alkoxy groups, in a compatible, inert carrier; a poison bait food composition containing said attractant and a method of destroying cockroaches using said attractant.
Abstract: An insect feeding station having a central poison area, guide walls leading from the periphery of the station to the central poison area and a cover, optionally having transparent means to view said poison area. When the cover is transparent, or a portion or sections, thereof is transparent, the poison compartment may have a contrasting and luminous color under the poison to make removal of poison easily detectable.
Abstract: A liquid hard surface cleaner having broad spectrum disinfectancy activity based on a synergistic effect between pine oil and organic, oil soluble acids at a pH of 0 to 6. The cleaner has disinfectancy activity against both gram positive and gram negative organisms.
March 23, 1987
Date of Patent:
September 19, 1989
American Cyanamid Company
Laura Spaulding, Arthur Rebarber, Eugene Wiese
Abstract: Certain proteolipid humectant macromolecules; method of obtaining by isolating these from tissue of vertebrates or by culturing; use of such proteolipids to treat dry human skin; compositions containing such proteolipids; and method for analysis of proteolipid concentration.