diamide


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di·am·ide

(dī'am-id, -īd),
A compound containing two amide groups.

diamide

1. compound containing two amido groups.
2. hydrazine.
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Rats received infusions of diamide (25 [micro]mol x [kg.
The role of Verimark and Exirel in suppressing TYLCV during the first treatment window will influence decisions growers make regarding the use of diamides to manage caterpillars and leafminers in subsequent treatment windows.
The study was conducted to determine effectiveness of 2 classes of insecticides (anthranilic diamide and neonicotinoid) in a program for achieving control of the common blossom thrips for an extended period of time.
Although the insulin loss was not completely prevented in the conditions of our study, pcMPS or diamide markedly reduced insulin degradation by IDE.
Chlorantraniliprole (Rynaxypyr[R], DPX-E2Y45, Coragen[R], DuPont Crop Protection, Wilmington, Delaware) is a xylem systemic insecticide with a new mode of action in the new anthranilic diamide chemical class (DuPont 2008).
Effect of the anthranilic diamide insecticide, chlorantraniliprole, on Heterorhabditis bacteriophora (Rhabditida: Heterorhabditidae) efficacy against white grubs (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
The tri-block copolymers with diamide extender displayed a melting temperature that were not too high (>232[degrees]C).
It is comprised of a structuring agent consisting of a low molecular mass N-acyl glutamic acid diamide having a straight-chain alkyl group comprising dibutyl lauroyl glutamide, a low molecular mass N-acyl glutamic acid diamide having a branched-chain alkyl group comprising dibutyl ethylhexanoyl glutamide, and at least one polyorganosiloxane polymer comprising a nylon-611/dimethicone copolymer.
This article provided a convenient method to synthesize aliphatic polyesteramides mainly composed of alternating diester diamide units by polycondensation and chain extension.
Redox regulation of ubiq-itmcoriugati-'G enzymes: mechanistic insights using the thiol-speolu; oxidant diamide.