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flu·o·ro·ac·e·tate (floor″o-asґə-tāt) a salt of fluoroacetic acid; the sodium salt and others are used in rodenticides and are toxic to many mammalian species. See fluoroacetate poisoning, under poisoning.

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  • fluoroacetate poisoning — poisoning by fluoroacetate compounds. Carnivores are affected when they eat small animals that have died from fluoroacetate rodenticides, and ruminants are affected when they eat fluoroacetate containing plants such as Acacia georginae or species …   Medical dictionary

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  • fluoroacetate — |flu̇(ə)(ˌ)rō, |flōr(ˌ)ō, |flȯ(ˌ)rō+ noun Etymology: fluor + acetate : a salt or ester of fluoroacetic acid; especially : sodium fluoracetate …   Useful english dictionary

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  • sodium fluoroacetate — [flôr΄ō as′ə tāt, floor΄ō as′ə tāt] n. a powder, CH2FCOONa, used as a rodent poison …   English World dictionary

  • sodium fluoroacetate — noun : a poisonous powdery compound CH2FCOONa used as a rodenticide called also 1080 * * * /floor oh as i tayt , flawr oh , flohr oh /, Chem. a white, amorphous, water soluble, poisonous powder, C2H2FO2Na, used as a rodenticide. Also called 1080 …   Useful english dictionary

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