diamide


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di·am·ide

(dī'am-id, -īd),
A compound containing two amide groups.
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Although the diamides 6T6 and 6T6m were almost of similar size, the thickness of the MDI-6T6-MDI-based lamellar structure with two MDI units was expected to be higher than that of the MDI-6T6m.
Although the insulin loss was not completely prevented in the conditions of our study, pcMPS or diamide markedly reduced insulin degradation by IDE.
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.
These two copolymers had similar molecular weights ([approximately equal to]10000 g/mol) but differed with respect to their end groups: copolymer B had benzyl end groups and [ABA.sub.7] had diamide (T[PHI]B) end groups.
Treatments: Three insecticides--imidacloprid (neonicotinoid, IRAC Group 4A; Admire[R] Bayer CropScience, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina), cyazypyr (anthrnilic diamide, IRAC Group 28; Verimark[R], DuPont Crop Protection, Wilmington, Delaware) and rynaxypyr (anthranilic diamide; IRAC Group 28; Coragen[R], DuPont Crop Protection, Wilmington, Delaware) were evaluated either alone or in rotation with each.
The diamide (n = 3) peak was very strong and it is clear that for increasing "n," the number fraction decreased.
In this study, 2 anthranilic diamides (cyantraniliprole and chlorantraniliprole) were evaluated for use as soybean seed treatments to control certain Lepidoptera.
Rynaxypyr[r]: A new insecticidal anthanilic diamide that acts as a potent and selective ryanodine receptor activator.
The above materials were compared to talc (0.5 wt%), this being a standard heterogeneous nucleator, and to diamide modified copolymers obtained by a reactor process.
Even though it contains more polar groups in its network, the total amount of absorbed heavy water is less than in VE 3750, which is cured exclusively with dicyane diamide. Especially at higher temperatures, the conditions present in VE 3750 favor a pronounced incorporation of free mobile heavy water in the system.
Flubendiamide (Belt[R] 4SC, Bayer CropScience, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina) and chlorantraniliprole (Coragen[R] 1.67SC, DuPont Crop Protection, Wilmington, Delaware) represent the diamide class of insecticides that react with ryanodine receptors in the muscle cells, causing channels to open and release calcium ([Ca.sup.2+]) into the cytoplasm, leading to muscle paralysis and eventual death (Cordova et al.
RYNAXYPYR[TM]: A new insecticidal anthranilic diamide that acts as a potent and selective ryanodine receptor activator.