Withdrawal of ISO/R 971-1969
Annulation de l'ISO/R 971-1969
Standards Content (sample)
Ref. No. : ISO/R 971 -I 969 (E)
üDC 632.95 : 801.823.3 : 001.4
ORGAN I Z AT1 O N FOR S TA N DARD IZATl O N
INTERN AT1 ON A L
COMMON NAMES FOR PESTICIDES
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The IS0 Recommendation R 971, Common names for pesticides - Thirteenth list, was drawn up by Tech-
nical Committee ISO/TC 81, Common names for pesticides, the Secretariat of which is held by the BritishStandards Institution (BSI).
Work on this question led in 1966 to the adoption of a Draft IS0 Recommendation.
In July 1967, this Draft IS0 Recommendation (No. 13 13) was circulated to all the IS0 Member Bodies for
enquiry. It was approved, subject to a few modifications of an editorial nature, by the following Member Bodies :Australia Greece Sweden
Belgium India Switzerland
Canada Iran Thailand
Colombia Israel Turkey
Czechoslovakia Italy U.A.R.
Denmark Poland United Kingdom
France Portugal U.S.A.
Germany South Africa, Rep. of Yugoslavia
No Member Body opposed the approval of the Draft
The Draft IS0 Recommendation was then submitted by correspondence to the IS0 Council, which decided,in February 1969, to accept it as an IS0 RECOMMENDATION.
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ISOIR 971 -1969 (E
R 971 February 1969
COMMON NAMES FOR PESTICIDES
This Draft IS0 Recommendation gives the thirteenth list of common names approved by Technical Committee
ISO/TC 81, Common names for pesticides, for certain pesticides of international importance. The chemical name
in conformity with the rules of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) is given in each
case, the one preferred by Chemical Abstracts being given first where appropriate; other chemical names commonly
used are often included as well. Chemical structures are given together with notes concerning some of the names.
The use of each compound is given in a separate column according to the following classification :Acaricides - A Moiiuscicides - M
Bactericides - B Nematicides - N
Fungicides - F Plant growth regulators - P
Herbicides - H Rodenticides - R
Insecticides - I Avicides -v
It is proposed in due course to issue further IS0 Recommendations for approved common names. In some cases,
widely used names are not available for international use at the present time, because they are protected by trademarks in certain countries.
The previously issued lists constitute the subject-matter of the following IS0 Recommendations :ISO/R 11 6, Common names for pesticides - First list
ISO/R 21 9, Common names for pesticides - Second list
ISO/R 258, Common names for pem'cides - Third list
ISO/R 290, Common names for pesticides - Fourth list
ISO/R 41 1, Common names for pesticides - Fifth list
ISO/R 566, Common names for pesticides - Sixth list
ISO/R 628, Common names for pesticides - Seventh list
ISO/R 785, Common names for pesricides - Eighth list
ISO/R 961, Common names for pesticides - Ninth list