fraterculus were significantly stronger when insects were stimulated with lime sulfur solution and the pyroligneous extract than with rotenone
or neem (H = 77.
In addition to conventional seining and rotenone
sampling, it is suggested that alterative techniques for collecting H.
McClay W Rotenone
use in north America (1988-1997).
Rather, the examples of rotenone
and MPTP suggest that mitochondria might be vulnerable to environmental assaults, no matter the source.
None other than the World Health Organisation classifies rotenone
as "moderately hazardous".
The chemical structures of rotenone
and its derivatives (collectively called rotenoids) were independently determined by Butenandt and McCartney (1932), Laforge and Haller (1932), and Takei et al (1932).
The lake had been drawn down considerably before the rotenone
application, to about one foot of water.
inhibition experiments, rotenone
(1 [micro]mol [1.
0 [micro]L rotenone
(1 mmol/L in dimethyl sulfoxide) and measured the absorbance again at 30-s intervals for 4 min.
Management of weed, insect, and disease infestations often entails use of chemical herbicides and pesticides to reduce crop loss and improve the flowers' appearance, including high-toxicity chemicals such as strychnine, nicotine, methyl bromide, and rotenone
, an insecticide harmful to fish.
If the infestation gets out of hand, there are botanical insecticides like pyrethrum and rotenone
Luckily, the natural chemical in the plant here, rotenone
, was not strong enough and that spared the plants from going extinct,'' she added.