The chemical name for an insecticide, nh1, is the first letter of the name of the chemical.
The chemical’s molecular structure is also a key ingredient in the pesticide’s effectiveness in killing insects, according to a new study published online by the journal Science Advances.
Researchers from Harvard University in the U.K. and the University of California, Davis, examined data from a variety of species in which the chemical is found.
They found that the chemical has been found in insects of all sizes, including beetles, butterflies, moths and bees, as well as humans.
The researchers then compared the chemical’s effect on a range of species including humans and insects.
The results of the study were published online March 26 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
They were based on more than 60 years of field and laboratory research.
“This study demonstrates that nh2 is not just a chemical name, but a new class of compounds, including some that we had not previously considered,” said study author Andrew M. Smith, a chemical chemist and director of the Chemical Science Laboratory at Harvard.
Researchers in the United States and other countries are using the chemical to control pests that are widespread in their landscapes.
The chemical is used to control many different types of pests, including fleas, ticks, caterpillars and cockroaches.
It’s also used to kill other insects, including mosquitoes.
The chemicals are often used as a pesticide in farming, where they are applied to plants to control weeds.
But scientists are also increasingly seeing use of nh chemical as a drug.
In the new study, the researchers examined data collected from a range to determine the effects of different species of insects on the chemical as well.
First, they analyzed the chemical in a variety to determine whether it was available in plants and in soil.
They then used this information to identify insecticidal and non-insecticidal compounds in soil and soil samples from more than 200 different species, including insects and animals.
Next, the scientists used an experimental approach to study the chemical with and without a variety.
They used a mixture of the two, so that one molecule contained the chemical and the other did not.
They then used the two compounds to analyze how much the chemicals affected the behavior of the insects.
Using this approach, they found that in soil samples, the compounds that were the most effective at killing insects were the two nh chemicals.
That means that nd2 chemicals had the most potent effects on insect behavior, the study authors write.
Another study published in the same issue of Science Advances found that n2 chemicals also were more effective than nh compounds in controlling the behavior and size of beetles.
Smith said that the data in the new studies are encouraging.
If nh-containing chemicals are more widely used as insecticides, it could be a big win for farmers, the authors wrote.
This is the largest study yet on nh and it’s important to understand the chemical for how it works and the risks associated with it,” Smith said.
N2 chemicals can be applied in two different ways.
One is by using a sprayer to spray a mixture onto plants and other plants.
Other formulations include a formulation that is applied to the plants directly.
At the same time, scientists have been developing a variety in which they apply a mixture to plants in the soil, then apply a spray from a nozzle.
These formulations are not known to cause serious health problems, Smith said, and many farmers are using them as a way to control other pests.
There are also applications for nd and nd-containing compounds that are applied in soil, Smith added.
Both of these formulations are effective at controlling insects, but only the nd formulations were found to be more effective.