methoprene


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methoprene

an insect growth regulator used to control ectoparasites on animals and in their environment. A common ingredient of household flea-bombs.
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Methoprene modulates the effect of diet on male melon fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae, performance at mating aggregations.
Kemirgen besinlerine eklenen juvenil hormon analoglari methoprene (9,788-97,88 ve 978,8 ppm) ve pyriproxyfen (9,82-98,2 ve 982 ppm) kullanilarak yapilan benzer denemelerde pyriproxyfen tum dozlarda %100 etkili gorulurken, methoprene'nin en dusuk dozunda %96 basari saglanmis, diger ust dozlar %100 etkili bulunmustur.
Susceptibility of Aedes aegypti (L) to the insect growth regulators diflubenzuron and methoprene in Uberlandia, State of Minas Gerais.
The activity of amylase in Osmia bicornis was increased when it treated with methoprene (insect growth regulators) [35].
Sentry Fiproguard Plus has the same active ingredients as Frontline Plus and includes fipronil and methoprene to protect against fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, ticks and chewing lice.
Edwards and Abraham (1985) observed low toxicity to vertebrates of some IGR in their study, such as methoprene and fenoxycarb, and suggested that these compounds could be administered via feed in poultry raising, remaining biologically active even after passing through the poultry digestive tract.
Sublethal effects of larval methoprene exposure on adult mosquito longevity.
All birds were given prophylactic treatments with oxfendazole (10 mg/kg PO once) and praziquantel (10 mg/kg PO once), toltrazuril (25 mg/kg PO once; Baycox, Bayer Australia Ltd, Pymble, NSW, Australia), topical pyrethrin and methoprene (Avian Insect Liquidator, Vetafarm Pty Ltd, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia), and doxycycline (50 mg/kg IM once).
Palli, "Steroid receptor co-activator is required for juvenile hormone signal transduction through a bHLH-PAS transcription factor, methoprene tolerant," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.