Withdrawal of ISO/R 290-1963

Annulation de l'ISO/R 290-1963

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Withdrawn
Publication Date
30-Nov-1963
Withdrawal Date
30-Nov-1963
Current Stage
6060 - International Standard published
Completion Date
01-Dec-1963
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Ref. No.: SOIR 290 - 1963 (E)
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IS0
I NTERN AT1 ON AL ORGAN IZ AT I O N FOR STANDARD IZATl ON
IS0 RECOMMENDATION
R 290
COMMON NAMES FOR PESTICIDES
LIST
FOURTH
1st EDIT ION
January 1963
COPYRIGHT RESERVED
The copyright of IS0 Recommendations and IS0 Standards belongs
to IS0 Member Bodies. Reproduction of these documents, in any
country, may be authorized therefore only by the national standards
organization of that country, being a member of ISO.

For each individual country the only valid standard is the national standard of that country.

Printed in Switzerland

Also issued in French and Russian. Copies t,o be obtained through the national standards organizations.

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BRIEF HISTORY
The IS0 Recommendation R 290, Common Names for Pesticides-Fourth List, was drawn

up by Technical Committee ISO/TC 81, Conimon Names for Pesticides, the Secretariat of which

is held by the British Standards Institution (B.S.I.).

Work on this question by the Technical Committee began in 1959 and led, in 1960, to the

adoption of a Draft IS0 Recommendation.

In October 1960, this Draft IS0 Recommendation (No. 412) was circulated to all the IS0

Member Bodies for enquiry. It was approved, subject to a few amendments, by the following

Member Bodies :
Austria Germany New Zealand
Belgium Greece Poland
Brazil
Hungary Spain
Canada India Sweden
Chile Iran Turkey
Czechoslovakia Israel United Kingdom
Denmark
Italy U.S.S.R.
Two Member Bodies opposed the approval of the Draft:
France, Republic of South Africa.

The Draft IS0 Recommendation was then submitted by correspondence to the IS0 Council,

which decided, in January 1963, to accept it as an IS0 RECOMMENDATION.
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ISO/R 290 - 1963 (E)
IS0 Recommendation January 1963
COMMON NAMES FOR PESTICIDES
FOURTH LIST*
FOREWORD

This IS0 Recommendation gives the fourth list of common names approved by Technical

Committee ISO/TC 8 1, Comn?on 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. Where the interpretations of the rules

of IUPAC by The Chemical Society, London, and the American Chemical Society, New York,

differ, both versions are given. That of The Chemical Society is indicated by an asterisk (*), that

of the American Chemical Society by a dagger (t). Chemical formulae and notes concerning

some of the names are given. The application of each compound is given in a separate column

according to the following classes :
A Insecticides or acaricides
B Fungicides
C Herbicides
D Rodenticides

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 trade marks in certain countries.

* The foregoing lists constitute the subject-matter of the following IS0 Recommendations:

R 116, Common Numes fur Pesticides. First List,
R 219, Common Numes /or Pesticides. Second List,
R 258, Common Names for Pesticides. Third List.
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ISO/R 290 - 1963 (E)
APPROVED COMMON NAMES
Iommon names
Countries
Sngiish
where name
Chemical nama Chemical formulae
'lasses
not acceptable
French (F)
Russian (R)
lenmark
'rance (3
Vew
imiîrole
Zealand (*)
amitrole (FI
United
EiMkITpOJi (R)
Kingdom (z
U.S.S.R. (3
benquinox 1,4-benzoquinone
U.S.S.R. (9
N-benzoylhydrazone
benquinox (F)
oxime
6eHKBMHOKC (R)
New
Zealand (3
coumafuryl 3-a(-acetonylfurfuryl)-4-
D Turkey (7
coumafuryl (F) hydroxycoumarin
United
HYMa@YPHn (R)
Kingdom (4
dichiorvos 2,2-dichlorovinyl
A U.S.S.R. (6)
dimethyl phosphate
dichlorvos 09
AMXJIOPBOC (R)
SS- 1,4-dioxan-2,3-ylidene
bis-( 00-diethyl phos-
Italy
dioxathion
phorothiolothionate) *
A Turkey (7)
dioxathion (F)
SS- 1,4-dioxan-2,3- ylidenc
U.S.S.R. (7)
ALTOIECâTHOH (R)
bis-(00-diethyl phos-
phorodithioate) 7
diphacinone 2-diphenylacetylindane- 1
Italy
diphacinone (F) 3-dione
Turkey (8)
~ll@aqMHOH (R)

(9 Classes: A-Insecticides or acaricides. B-Fungicides. C-Herbicides. D-Rodenticides.

('1 In France, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and U.S.S.R., the chemical name aminofriuzole (a~u~orpirason) is considered to be short enough.

(9 In U.S.S.R., fserenox (uepenoKc) has been accepted as the common name.

(3 In New Zealand and the United Kingdom, fumarin has been accepted as the common name.

(6) In Turkey, tomarin has been accepted as the common name.
(9 In U.S.S.R., DDVF(nAB@) has been accepted as the common name.

(') In Turkey and U.S.S.R., delnav (nenbRaB) has been accepted as the common name.

(*) In Turkey, diphacin has been accepted as the common name.
* Interpretation of IUPAC rules by The Chemical Society, London.
t Interpretation of IUPAC-rules by the American Chemical Society, New York.
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ISO/R 290 - 1963 (E)
APPROVED COMMON NAMES
(continued)
Common names
Countries
English
where name
Chemical names Chemical formulae
not acceptable
French (F)
Russian (R)
?,lO-dihydr0-8a, l0a-dia-
zoniaphenanthrene * (2)
diquat
Germany (3)
1,l ‘-ethylene-2,2’- C
diquat
U.S.S.R. (3
AllIcBaT bipyridylium 2A t
New
Zealand (5)
2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)
United
ethyl hydrogen sulphate C
Kingdom (5
U.S.S.R. (7
Denmark
diuron N’-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-
France (‘j)
diuron NN-dimethylurea
Sweden
AHYPoH
U.S.S.R. (’)
France
dodecylguanidine acetate
dodine
United
dodine
Kingdom (s
AOA” /CH,CO,H
U.S.S.R. (l0)
disodium 7-oxabicyc-
10 [2,2,1] heptane-2,3-
endothal-sodium
dicarboxylate *
Italy
endothal-sodium (F) C
disodium 3,6-epoxycyclo-
3HAOTan (R)
hexane-l,2-
dicarboxylate t
S-(5-methoxy-4-pyron-2-
ylmethyl) dime thy1
endothion
phosphorothiolate *
CH,O\ ,,F’.S.CH, boCH3
A Portugal
endothion (FI
S-(5-methoxy-4-pyron-2-
CH,O il
3HAOTllOH (R)
ylmethyl) OO-dimethyl O
phosphorothioate t
New
2-(2,4,5-trichlorophe-
erbon
Zealand
erbon noxy)ethyl 2,2- C
United
3~60~ dichloroproprionate
Kingdom(’

(I) Classes: A-Insecticides or acaricides. B-Fungicides. C-Herbicides. D-Rodenticides.

(9 It should he stated which anion is present, e.g. diyuur ûibromide and diquar dirhloride.

In Germany, ûriquul is used.
(‘) In U.S.S.R.. reglon (pernon) has been accepted ils the common name.

(9 In New Zedand, the United Kingdom and U.S.S.R. 2,I-DES (2.4-Ll3C) has been accepled as the common name.

(*) The name ‘xliuron” is not acceptable for use in France, as it is in conflict with a trade mark registered in that country.

(’) In U.S.S.R., dichlorfenidim (mxnop&ennnnM) has been accepted as the common nam

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