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Aquatic toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Acute toxicity and esterase response to carbaryl exposure in two different populations of amphipods Hyalella curvispina.


PMID 28460306

Abstract

During the last years, a carbaryl insecticide was extensively applied in the valley of Río Negro and Neuquén, North Patagonia Argentina, to manage codling moths (Cydia pomonella), the main pest of pear and apple trees. In this study carbaryl susceptibility and B-esterase activity from both insecticide-exposed and non-exposed field populations of amphipods Hyalella curvispina were studied. Two subpopulations, one susceptible to carbaryl (LC

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