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Acetamiprid, a neonicotinoid belongs to relatively a new class of systemic insecticides with a unique mode of action, which makes it highly effective for controlling especially the sucking insect pests.

Author: Sarika Pritam

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 3659305871

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Acetamiprid, a neonicotinoid belongs to relatively a new class of systemic insecticides with a unique mode of action, which makes it highly effective for controlling especially the sucking insect pests. It has been approved for use on different crops, oilseeds, cotton, etc by the Central Insecticide Board Registration Committee. These crops are attacked by a number of insect pests such as aphids, jassids, leaf hoppers, whiteflies, etc. The conventional insecticides recommended for the control of these insect-pests belong to the group organophosphates and synthetic pyrethroids. These insecticides though effective, have proved unsafe towards environment because of the toxicity problem associated with their degradates. Acetamiprid (Pride 20 SP) a novel insecticide was evaluated on cabbage, as an alternative for the conventional insecticide and to assess the environmental load of its residues. Acetamiprid poses low risks to the ecosystem because of its rapid dissipation and low bound residue in the environment. The analysis should help one who is especially working in the field of residue analysis to find safer insecticides to be recommended to the farmer's use in field.
2013-01 By Sarika Pritam

Author: B. C. Punitha

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ISBN: OCLC:828587106

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2011 By B. C. Punitha

The reduced-risk insecticide spinosad is as effective as any of the other insecticides (except for acetamiprid) and it is compatible with Orius insidiosus Say, one of the main natural enemies of thrips.

Author: Héctor Alejandro Arévalo-Rodríguez

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The reduced-risk insecticide spinosad is as effective as any of the other insecticides (except for acetamiprid) and it is compatible with Orius insidiosus Say, one of the main natural enemies of thrips. Biocontrol trials did not show any advantages of mass releasing natural enemies as preventive or curative methods to control flower thrips in blueberries.

This book will be very helpful for the agriculturist, environmentalist and toxicologist and it can be used as a ready reference for students, researchers, technology developers and policy makers.

Author: Asifa Alam

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 3659580414

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Pesticides are highly used in world's agriculture, sometimes affecting non-target organisms. Acetamiprid (chemical pesticide) affects behavior, morphology, biochemistry and blood electrolytes of aquatic inhabitants after agricultural runoffs. Azadirachta indica is an ecofriendly pesticide as it protects the environment and decreases the objectionable impacts of synthetic pesticides. This book evaluates the toxicity potential of acetamiprid and Azadirachta indica leaves extract on biochemical parameters of Labeo rohita. This book will be very helpful for the agriculturist, environmentalist and toxicologist and it can be used as a ready reference for students, researchers, technology developers and policy makers.
2014-10-10 By Asifa Alam

This note summarizes data reviewed and the rationale for the regulatory decision regarding acetamiprid insecticides for control of aphid, leafhopper, & other insects on various crops & ornamental plants.

Author: Canada. Pest Management Regulatory Agency. Submission Coordination and Documentation Division

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ISBN: 0662328515

Category: Crops

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... Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal, Canada Reviewed by: In utero and Lactational Exposure to Acetamiprid Induces Abnormalities in Socio-Sexual and Anxiety-Related Behaviors of Male Mice Kazuhiro Sano1, Tomohiko Isobe1, ...

Author: Fumihiko Maekawa

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889451722

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Mounting evidence shows that increasing numbers of children are being diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders, and it is clear that this increase cannot be explained by genetic background alone. A number of studies, including epidemiological studies, have found an association between in-utero and childhood exposure to certain chemicals, such as endocrine disruptors, psychoactive pharmaceuticals, volatile organic chemicals, persistent organic compounds and heavy metals, and children’s brain development. Yet, the mechanisms by which these chemicals impair brain development and function are not fully understood. In addition, little is known about how these chemicals enter and accumulate in the brain. Experimental approaches are essential to understand how those harmful chemicals enter children’s brain and pose discrete effects on specific brain sites. These approaches include the following: improvement of technologies for the detection and measurement of neuroendocrinological and behavioral changes in animal models: development of analytical methods for the identification and quantification of chemicals and their metabolites in the brain; development of in vitro cell line assays; and imaging technologies to illustrate cellular functions. In this research topic, we collected articles that provide state-of-the-art science and technologies that can help us identify environmental chemicals that influence brain development. We also included articles that lead to a better understanding of the actions and dynamics of these chemicals. The articles in this research topics supplied novel information about harmful endpoints of environmental chemicals. The reviews demonstrated the typical and novel interactions between environmental chemicals and the developing brain. We believe that these studies would lead to further understanding of neurodevelopmental disorders caused by environmental factors.
2017-05-11 By Fumihiko Maekawa

... 133 : 221718g residue behavior and bioavailability of org . pollutants for vegetables in long - term lysimeter studies , 132 : 92710b residue detn . method for the insecticide acetamiprid in crops by gas chromatog . , 127 : 33049s ...

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Considering the implications the formulation may have on the effectiveness and residuality of an active ingredient, four trials were conducted comparing two commercial formulations of the diazinon insecticide, two of acetamiprid, two of ...

Author: Karina Buzzetti

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ISBN: OCLC:1154191307

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Considering the implications the formulation may have on the effectiveness and residuality of an active ingredient, four trials were conducted comparing two commercial formulations of the diazinon insecticide, two of acetamiprid, two of lambda-cyhalothrin, and, finally, three formulations of imidacloprid. For diazinon and acetamiprid, the comparison parameters used correspond to efficacy against three key pests in apple trees: Cydia pomonella, Diaspidiotus perniciosus, and Pseudococcus viburni; for l-cyhalothrin, efficacy against C. pomonella was compared; and for imidacloprid, differences in control P. viburni were established. In all cases, their persistence was established in terms of initial and final residue levels in samples of fruits, at 1 and 25 days after application (DAA). Different formulations of the same insecticide correspond to a relevant factor in the general behavior that each product presents in field conditions, being able to affect parameters such as its persistence in the fruit and/or initial deposit of the active ingredient. This variation was demonstrated in the comparison performed on acetamiprid, imidacloprid, and diazinon, but it was not so in l-cyhalothrin. Efficacy was affected in all parameters evaluated for each group of insecticides, demonstrating that different formulations can deliver different biological activity in the control of various pests.
2018 By Karina Buzzetti

Acetamiprid Detection The aptasensing platform was incubated in various concentrations of acetamiprid ranging from ... The observed behavior can be explained by strong affinity of target analyte to the aptamer, leading to desorption of ...

Author: Tae Hyun Kim

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783036511160

Category: Science

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With the progress of nanoscience and biotechnology, advanced electrochemical biosensors have been widely investigated for various application fields. Such electrochemical sensors are well suited to miniaturization and integration for portable devices and parallel processing chips. Therefore, advanced electrochemical biosensors can open a new era in health care, drug discovery, and environmental monitoring. This Special Issue serves the need to promote exploratory research and development on emerging electrochemical biosensor technologies while aiming to reflect on the current state of research in this emerging field.
2021-08-30 By Tae Hyun Kim

It is important to evaluate this aspect of acetamiprid behavior on grapes because it will determine the longevity of the product as a control measure for GWSS and PD transmission . The material will be shortlived if it does not ...

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ISBN: UCR:31210019505302

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El-Hassani, A.K., Dacher, M., Gary, V., Lambin, M., Gauthier, M., Armengaud, C.: Effects of sublethal doses of acetamiprid and thiamethoxam on the behavior of the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol.

Author: Mohamed Ksibi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030512101

Category: Science

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This book includes over three hundred and seventy-five short papers presented during the second EMCEI, which was held in Sousse, Tunisia in October 2019. After the success of the first EMCEI in 2017, the second installment tackled emerging environmental issues together with new challenges, e.g. by focusing on innovative approaches that contribute to achieving a sustainable environment in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions and by highlighting to decision makers from related sectors the environmental considerations that should be integrated into their respective activities. Presenting a wide range of environmental topics and new findings relevant to a variety of problems in these regions, this volume will appeal to anyone working in the subject area and particularly to students interested in learning more about new advances in environmental research initiatives in view of the worsening environmental degradation of the Mediterranean and surrounding regions, which has made environmental and resource protection into an increasingly important issue hampering sustainable development and social welfare.
2021-04-09 By Mohamed Ksibi

This chapter will review the literature concerning the involvement of nAChRs in insect behavior and in learning and ... acetamiprid or thiamethoxam has shed light on the role of the cholinergic system in sensory and motor functions.

Author: Steeve Hervé Thany

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781441964458

Category: Medical

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The aim of this book is to summarize our understanding on the insect nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. This area of research received great impetus from the identification of the first subunit sequences to be used as neonicotinoid insecticide target sites. Although a book of this nature can provide the details only of commonly published results, it is hoped that it may provide a useful guide to the newcomer to the field as well as to point out some of the future challenges. For example, we need to determine the precise subunit nomenclature of insect nicotinic receptors. This nomenclature varies amongst species and this led to some of the early confusion that persists. We need to be precise in identifying the subunit composition of native insect nicotinic receptor subtypes, their functional properties and physiological roles.
2011-01-11 By Steeve Hervé Thany

Acetamiprid , imidacloprid and fipronil applied in loam had greater effects on the tunneling behavior of C. formosanus . Among them , the effect of acetamiprid on the tunneling behavior of the workers was the largest and the fipronil ...

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... thiamethoxam and acetamiprid were found highly toxic to natural enemies in comparison with spirotetramat, buprofezin and fipronil [85]. Additionally, pesticides can also affect predator behavior and their life-history parameters ...

Author: Mohidus Samad Khan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319526836

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book presents an in depth study of different aspects of pesticide use in food production. The text covers the sources of pesticide residues in foods, relevant health and environmental concerns, degradation of pesticides after their use, and available laws and regulations to regulate pesticide use. In addition, different pesticide management techniques, such as: reduction of pesticide residues in grains and foods, alternatives to conventional pesticides, and prospects of organic farming are also covered. Pesticide Residue in Foods: Sources, Management, and Control aims to raise awareness of the proper use of these chemicals in order to lower residue in foods and reduce risk for consumers.
2017-04-14 By Mohidus Samad Khan

Additionally, pesticides can also affect predator behavior and their life-history parameters including growth rate, ... acetamiprid, clothianidin, thiamethoxam, thiacloprid, dinotefuran and nitenpyram) on foraging behavior, ...

Author: Sonia Soloneski

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9789535112174

Category: Medical

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The edited book Pesticides - Toxic Aspects contains an overview of attractive researchers of pesticide toxicology that covers the hazardous effects of common chemical pesticide agents employed every day in our agricultural practices. The combination of experimental and theoretical pesticide investigations of current interest will make this book of significance to researchers, scientists, engineers, and graduate students who make use of those different investigations to understand the toxic aspects of pesticides. We hope that this book will continue to meet the expectations and needs of all interested in different aspects of pesticide toxicity.
2014-02-20 By Sonia Soloneski

Results and discussion First of all, the polarographic behavior of four neonicotinoid insecticide (imidacloprid, thiamethoxam [2], acetamiprid, tiacloprid and nitenpyram) was studied by direct current polarography and differential pulse ...

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In mammals, acetamiprid caused generalized, nonspecific toxicity and did not appear to have specific target organ toxicity. ... in the environment includes its behavior in the soil, water, and air compartments (Stupp and Fahl, 2003).

Author: Lawrence I. Gilbert

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123814502

Category: Science

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The publication of the extensive 7-volume work Comprehensive Molecular Insect Science provided library customers and their end-users with a complete reference encompassing important developments and achievements in modern insect science, including reviews on the ecdysone receptor, lipocalins, and bacterial toxins. One of the most popular areas in entomology is control, and this derivative work, Insect Control, taps into a previously unapproached market – the end user who desires to purchase a comprehensive yet affordable work on important aspects of this topic. Contents will include timeless articles covering insect growth- and development-disrupting insecticides, mechanisms and use of Bacillus thuringiensis, biology and genomics of polydnaviruses, pheromones: function and use in insect control, and more. New summaries for each chapter will give an overview of developments in the related article since its original publication. Articles selected by the known and respected editor-in-chief and co-editor of the original MRW The articles are classic reviews offering broad coverage of essential topics in insect control, with special addenda including author notes on the chapter since its original publication Introduction by the editors puts the selected body of work in context for this volume, highlighting the need for entomologists and related researchers to have these reviews in their personal collection
2010-05-28 By Lawrence I. Gilbert

Acetamiprid is also the predominant residue in cabbage and carrot roots following soil treatments . The other significant metabolite ... Environmental fate The Meeting received information the environmental metabolism and behaviour ...

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Publisher: Fao Plant Production and Prote

ISBN: 9251071039

Category: Reference

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The annual Joint Meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food and the Environment and the WHO Core Assessment Group on Pesticide Residues was held in Geneca, Switzerland from 20 to 29 September 2011. The Meeting was held in pursuance of recommendations made by previous Meetings and accepted by the governing bodies of FAO and WHO that studies should be undertaken jointly by experts to evaluate possible hazards to humans arising from the occurrence of pesticide residues in foods. This report contains information on ADIs, ARfDs, maximum residue levels, and general principles for the evaluation of pesticides. The recommendations of the Joint Meeting, including further research and information, are proposed for use by Member governments of the FAO and WHO and other interested parties

Effects of sublethal doses of acetamiprid and thiamethoxam on the behavior of the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 54(4), 653-661. El-Hassani, A. K., Dacher, M., Gauthier, M., & Armengaud, C. (2005).

Author: Stanislav Trdan

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9789535109587

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book contains 20 chapters about the impact, environmental fate, modes of action, efficacy, and non-target effects of insecticides. The chapters are divided into 7 parts. Part 1 covers the non-target effects of insecticides, whereas part 2 is dedicated to integrated methods for pest control, in which insecticides are an important element for diminishing the populations of insect pests. Part 3 includes chapters about the non-chemical alternatives to insecticides, such as metabolic stress and plant extracts. Insecticides and human health are the main topic of part 4, and the interactions between insecticides and environment are discussed in part 5. Part 6 includes the chapters about insecticides against pests of urban areas, forests and farm animals, whereas biotechnology and other advances in pest control are discussed in part 7.
2013-01-30 By Stanislav Trdan

... 280.3 mL / ha Provado + Warrior Imidacloprid ( chloronicotinyl ) + Lambda - cyhalothrin ( pyrethroid ) Assail + Decis Acetamiprid ( chloronicotinyl ) + Deltamethrin ( pyrethroid ) 31.4 g ( AI ] / ha +155.6 mL / ha Assail Acetamiprid ...

Author: Eileen Marie Cullen

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ISBN: UCAL:X66305

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