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- Insecticides that contain phosphorus, carbon, and hydrogen. They are cholinesterase inhibitors some are highly acutely toxic, but they usually are not persistent in the environment. Parathion is an example of an organophosphate.
- Pesticides that contain phosphorus; short-lived, but some can be toxic when first applied.
Source: Terms of the Environment